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Luza (Radomir) papers
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Speeches and writings, correspondence, reports, memoranda, notes, radio broadcast transcripts, interview transcripts, and printed matter, relating to twentieth-century Czechoslovak history, resistance movements in Czechoslovakia and Austria during World War II, socialism in Czechoslovakia, the International Union of Socialist Youth, the postwar communist régime in Czechoslovakia, economic conditions in Austria, and Czech émigré affairs. Includes reports and radio broadcast transcripts prepared by Radio Free Europe.
Radomir Luza was a Czech-American historian and poet, as well as a member of the anti-Nazi resistance in Czechoslovakia.
200 manuscript boxes, 6 oversize boxes (90.2 Linear Feet)
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