Self-determination and Communism in Czechoslovakia 1921-1936

Igor Jašurek

Abstrakt

The author explores the idea of self-determination among communists trough the considerable period of the existence of Czechoslovakia. Its existence significantly influenced communist views on the concept of self-determination. The author identifies several crucial determinants of the development of the principle of self-determination in the communist environment though he chiefly focuses on its dynamics during internal Party struggles for which self-determination appears to be more salient than elsewhere.

Bibliografická citace

Jašurek, I. (2005). Self-determination and Communism in Czechoslovakia 1921-1936. Středoevropské politické studie, 7(2–3), 228-240. Získáno z https://journals.muni.cz/cepsr/article/view/4108

Klíčová slova

Self-determination; communism; nationalism; autonomy; centralism; federalism; separatism;

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Documents

Protokol ustanovujícího a zlučovacího sjezdu KSČ, 14-16.5. 1921 [The Protocol of the Nominating and Unifying Congress of CSPS, 14-16.5. 1921] (1981) Praha, Svoboda.
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Protokol VI. řádného sjezdu KSČ 7-11.3. 1931 [The Protokol of the Sixth regular Congress of CSPS], (1931): Praha, ÚV KSČ.

Periodicals

Dav, vol. 11-12 1933
Pravda chudoby, 3 November 1921




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