BOOKS IN ENGLISH

The Holocaust

Foreign rights to the new, unique book The Holocaust This exceptional book is available for publication in your country (including USA, UK, Israel and more)  Professionally translated into English, it can also be translated into your own language.  Typesetting already prepared, but you...

BOOKS IN CZECH ONLY

Václav Havel 1936-2011

Conceived as a 'museum in a book', this publication focuses on the former Czech statesman and writer Václav Havel. This unique, well-designed book won a prestigious award and became a Czech bestseller. Albatros Media (2012).    

Guidebook to the Czech History of the 20th-Century

A clear, readable account of the history of the Czech lands in the 20th century, offering comprehensive and contextualized insights. This book won a prestigious award in the Czech Republic. It is used as educational material in Czech high schools. 320 pages, 250 pictures. CLIO Publishing...

Czechs in the Wehrmacht

An engagingly compiled collection of authentic personal accounts by Czechs who were forced to serve in the Germany army during the Second World War. This book aroused a great response from the general public and historians alike. Three editions printed since 2005. 1nd edition Vyšehrad (2005), 2nd...

The Czechoslovak Foreign Resistance during the Second World War in the West

An extensive publication on the history of the Czechoslovak resistance movement (particularly the Czechoslovak Foreign Army) in France, the UK and North Africa during the Second World War. Albatros Media (2012).  

The assassination of Heydrich.

An extensive, well-designed book that focuses on the planning, carrying out and consequences of the assassination of the high-ranking Nazi official Reinhard Heydrich  by Czechoslovak commandos in May 1942. Reprinted several times. B4U Publishing (2008).

The Czechs at Tobruk

A collection of  authentic personal accounts by Czechs who volunteered to take part in the defence of the North African city of Tobruk alongside the allies in 1941. Vyšehrad (2008). 

The Velvet Revolution: A Chronicle of the Fall of Communism in 1989

Conceived as a 'museum in a book', this publication charts the social changes that occurred in Czechoslovakia in 1989. It is exclusively designed with a host of photographs and pull-out items. In media collaboration with Czech Televison. Computer Press (2009).   

The Fateful Eights in Czech History

One of František Emmert’s bestsellers (nearly 10,000 copies sold). An extensive book published in association with Czech Television, it explores the fateful events of Czechoslovak history that occurred in the years 1918, 1938, 1948 and 1968.  'Museum-in-a-book' format with pull-out items. It...

1918: The Creation of the Czechoslovak Republic

Conceived as a 'museum in a book', this publication charts the circumstances surrounding the establishment of Czechoslovakia as a new state in 1918. Computer Press (2008).     

The Year 1968 in Czechoslovakia

An extensive, well-designed book charting the dramatic events that occurred in Czechoslovakia in 1968. It explores the attempt to reform the Communist regime from within and deals with the Soviet military intervention. Reprinted several times. In collaboration with Czech Broadcasting. Vyšehrad...

Czechs and Slovaks: The Second World War

Conceived as a 'museum in a book', this extensive publication provides a clear and attractive overview of the history of the Czech lands and Slovakia between 1938 and 1945. Also published in Slovak. This book received a prestigious book fair award in the Czech Republic. Computer Press (2007).