Program Nové Ceskoslovenské Vlády Národní Fronty Cechu a Slováku, Prijaty Na Prvé Schuzi Vlácy Dne 1. Dubna 1945 V Kosicích. (Program of the New Czechoslovak Government of the United Front of the Czech and Slovak States.)
Unpag. manifesto of the newly formed post-war Czechoslovakian government, published after the April 1945 meeting of the National Front of Czechs and Slovaks which took place in Kosice, containing introductions by Zden k Fierlinger, former Primer Minister of Czechoslovakia, and Václav Kopecky, a Czech Communist journalist and politician. Profusely illustrated with 16 full-page duotone photomontages depicting Hitler's downfall, the Nazi threat, national defense, the Czech brotherhood, and various elements of national advancement including food production and education, containing work by Karel Hájek, O. Stanek, K. Parik, CTK (the Czech News Agency), Illek a Paul (Press Photo Service), and Stenc a Pracovni Petka Program. 4to. Orig. illus. wrpps., some minor staining and creasing. Prague (Vydavatelstvo Ministerstva Informaci) 1945. The pro-Soviet "Kosicky vladny program" was organized by Edvard Benes and Klement Kottwald and helped establish the Czechoslovakian national government, its committees, and armed forces. It also declared its main goal as the complete defeat of the Nazi party and asserted cooperation with the USSR, Poland, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, the United States, and Britain. Citizenship of most Germans and Hungarians was revoked, and major aspects of the economic, agricultural, industrial, social, cultural, and political life in Czechoslovakia were restructured, including the postal and monetary systems, radio, TV, health care, and education. A fundamental document of modern post-war Czechoslovakia. (Inventory #: 48282)
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