1945 - A Break with the Past by Zdenko Cepic (Editor)

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Kaplan: Pravda o Československu [The Truth about Czechoslovakia]. Praha 1990. 42 Slavomír Michálek Czechoslovak Foreign Policy after World War Two The original ambition of Czechoslovakia in the postwar period was to situation itself somewhere in the middle, on the boundary between the two 'worlds'. This strategy was supported above all by Jan Masaryk, Minister of Foreign Affairs, and by most Czechoslovak political figures of the time. Because of its advantageous geographical position, Czechoslovakia had the opportunity to represent a European element that could use the existence of two distinct spheres to its favour.

Graditev mostov" ali "politika mostov". Zagovorniki te politike so bili predvsem zunanji minister Jan Masaryk in vse nekomunistične stranke na Češkoslovaškem. Češkoslovaška bi lahko predstavljala nek evropski element, ki bi obstoj teh dveh svetov izkoristil v svoj prid. 11 12 SUA, Praha, f. kr. 493, Pittsburgh Post Gazette, January 14, 1947. kr. m. 1–97m. 49 1945 – A Break with the Past / 1945 – Prelom s preteklostjo Na žalost pa te prednosti ni izkoristila. Prevlada sovjetskih političnih dejavnikov in pritiskov je v srednji Evropi dosegla vrhunec februarja 1948.

A loyal ally of Soviet Russia. We always liked Russia. We're Slavs – we are proud of being Slavs. But we see no reason at all to change our attitude to 10 D. A. Schmidt: Anatomy of A Satellite. Boston 1952, p. 349–354. 48 Slavomír Michálek Czechoslovak Foreign Policy after World War Two the West. We need your help... The Iron Curtain? "11 A second illustrative example: the liberal American monthly Tomorrow from February 1947 published a study by John Powers on the new Czechoslovakia. Among other things, the article printed Masaryk's response to a question by an American journalist at a press conference in Oslo.

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