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National Romanticism: The Formation of National Movements

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Balázs Trencsényi
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Michal Kopecek

Chapter IV. The Nation and Its Neighbors in Europe: Problems of Coexistence

Letter to Frankfurt, 11 April 1848

František Palacký

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Title: Letter to Frankfurt, 11 April 1848 (Psaní do Frankfurta dne 11. dubna 1848)

Originally published: Národní noviny (National Newspaper), Prague, Nos. 10 and 12, 1848

Language: Originally written in German, it was published in Czech in Národní noviny

The authorized Czech version was published in František Palacký, Spisy drobné, vol. I, edited by B. Rieger, (Prague: Bursík a Kohout, 1898), pp. 16–22.

About the author

See František Palacký, A History of the Czech nation in Bohemia and Moravia, pp. 50–51.

Context

In 1848 the Czech national movement finally went beyond being a prevalently cultural endeavor and entered the political arena. The main aims of the political agenda of the Czech liberals (František Palacký, František Ladislav Rieger, Karel Havlíček, František Augustin Brauner) were to achieve the establishment of a constitutional system and to gain political autonomy for the Czechs in the Habsburg Empire. Palacký, a well-known scholar in the German-speaking world, was invited to ...

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