Rusko a Malá Dohoda V Politice Světové

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Rusko a Malá Dohoda V Politice Světové

By Jan Šeba
Melantrich, 1936
652 pp.

This book, written by the former Minister of Czechoslovakia to Bucharest, presents personal and documentary material covering the prewar, the war and the postwar periods in Southeastern Europe. Mr. Šeba implies that collaboration between France, the Little Entente states and the Soviet Union is the basis of European peace. Some of the historical interpretations in the book incensed the Polish Government and the Rumanian Iron Guard, and were partly responsible for the recent recall of Mr. Šeba from his post in Bucharest. There is a short summary in French.

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