3/30/2012

On Czechoslovak History - Rough Seas Around Bohemia

The Friends of Czech Historic Buildings, Gardens and Parks are hosting an event held on Thursday 26th April 2012 at the Embassy of Slovakia



The Friends of Czech Historic Buildings, Gardens and Parks are hosting an event, On
Czechoslovak History - Rough Seas Around Bohemia, to be held on Thursday 26th April 2012 at the Embassy of Slovakia at 6.30pm.

Dr Mary Heimann will talk about the controversy surrounding her recent history of the Czechoslovak state and consider the role of the historian in confronting and making sense of the recent past.

Tickets include wine or soft drinks and cost £15 each. 

For further information about this event and future events please contact events@czechfriends.net.


www.czechfriends.net


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