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Anti-modernism

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Diana Mishkova
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Marius Turda
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Balazs Trencsenyi

Chapter V. The Anti-modernist Revolution

Emanuel Vajtauer: Czech myth

Traduction de Anna Bryson

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Title: Český mythus. Co nám lhaly dějiny (Czech myth. How history deceived us)

Originally published: Prague: Orbis, 1943

Language: Czech

The excerpts are from the original edition, pp. 145–158.

About the author

Emanuel Vajtauer [1892, Tábor – unknown]: journalist and politician. He studied philosophy, foreign languages and later medicine in Vienna, Paris, and Prague. He began his political career writing for the anarchist journals Nový kult [New cult] and Červen [June]. As a result he was considered a “dangerous Bolshevik activist.” In the summer of 1920, he took part in the 2nd Congress of the Communist International and was one of the founding members of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia in 1921. Working for the party’s newspapers, Rudé právo and Rudý večerník, he identified with the opposition branch led by Bohumil Jílek (1892–1963), which criticized Bohumír Šmeral’s leadership. Political controversies led to Vajtauer leaving for the US in 1923, where he joined local Czech leftist...

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