by Jirina Siklova There has always been relative cohesion between men and women in the Czech lands. That cohesion has its foundations in the 19th century, when the Czech national revival began under the Austro-Hungarian empire. Czech men and women had a common enemy, and all who considered themselves Czech aided one another in the […]

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