Zbyněk Zeman

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Zbyněk Anthony Bohuslav Zeman (18 October 1928 – 22 June 2011) was a British historian of Czech origin. He has published widely on the history of central and eastern Europe in the 20th century. As an academic, he taught at the universities of St Andrews, Lancaster, Oxford and Prague. He has also worked for The Economist magazine and Amnesty International.[1] Among his many publications are:

  • Prague spring: A report on Czechoslovakia 1968 (published as a Penguin Special in 1969)
  • The Making and Breaking of Communist Europe (Paperback - Nov 1991)
  • Pursued by a Bear: The Making of Eastern Europe (Hardcover - Jan 1989)
  • Heckling Hitler: Caricatures Of The Third Reich (Hardcover - Dec 1, 1987)[2]
  • Selling the War: Art & Propaganda in World War II (Hardcover - Apr 1982)
  • The Masaryks: The making of Czechoslovakia (Hardcover - 1976)
  • A diplomatic history of the First World War (Unknown Binding - 1971)
  • The Gentleman Negotiators: a diplomatic history of World War I (Hardcover - 1971)
  • Twilight of the Habsburgs: the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian Empire (Paperback - 1971)
  • Nazi Propaganda (Hardcover - Jan 1, 1964)
  • The Break-Up of the Habsburg Empire 1914-1918 - A Study in National and Social Revolution (Hardcover - 1961)

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