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1908!  Back in the earliest decade of the 1900s and we are bringing you more of our exclusive English translation of the marvelous story of early Czech immigrant settlers in the gr[...]
Welcome back to 1878!  Today we bring you the penultimate installment of the story of another Czech-American editor, this time it is František Zdrůbek.  Not only do we get to follo[...]
We are back in World War I.  1913 as we follow our Czech prisoners of war, taken from the Austrian front and now working behind the lines as forced labor for the Russians. This ama[...]
Today we conclude our story about one Czech-American couple.  Unlike many of our prior translations, this one not only includes the female half of the couple, but a wonderful story[...]
We conclude our wonderful exclusive translation today!  If you have not had a chance to read Installment #1 or missed Installment #2, then click those links and enjoy them, then co[...]
Our current biography concludes today! We have been reading the story of one Czech immigrant couple as they settle in the United States, return to visit Bohemia, and then once agai[...]
Today we continue our wonderful, detail-rich biography of one Czech immigrant family as they chase their dreams of a new life in the United States.  From Volume 73 (year 1951) of t[...]
We continue with our exclusive translation of the marvelous story from the pages of the 1951 edition of the amazing Czech-American annual journal, Amerikán Národní Kalendář! We con[...]
Our 1901 exclusive translation continues and this is an awesome one!  We continue to bring you the work of Czech-American newspaperman and penman, Hugo Chotek! This story is from, [...]
Our wonderful, detail and surname-laden exclusive translation continues today!  As we said this article along provides us with 52 Czech surnames along with their role in early Czec[...]