Czechoslovakia’s ascent from the ashes of the Great War, the charismatic founder of the new state, Thomas G. Masaryk, and the Czech-German crisis of the 1930s have attracted considerable attention. This chapter approaches the saga from a new perspective by stressing those aspects of Czech history in the inter-war period that contributed to the country’s collapse just two decades after it had appeared on the map.
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