Contents: My Preparations for War and Revolution; The Beginnings of our Revolutionary Movement; Origin and Organization of the "Maffia"; My Second Journey to Switzerland. The Last Meeting of the "Maffia." My Escape Abroad; Paris and London as Centres of our Revolutionary Movement; The Propagandist Activity of our Revolutionary Movement; Our Revolutionary Movement Among the Troops and Prisoners of War; The Peace Offensive of the Central Powers. The Allied Note to President Wilson, and the Czechoslovak Question; Italy and Czechoslovakia in the Great War. The Entry of the United States into the War. Russia and our Liberation Movement. The Russian Revolution; The Formation of a Czechoslovak National Army in France. Negotiations for a Czechoslovak Army in Italy; Attempts at Concluding an Undecisive Peace. Allied Negotiations for a Separate Peace with Austria-Hungary; Attempts at Concluding an Undecisive Peace. Allied Negotiations for a Separate Peace with Austria-Hungary; New Guarantees of our Victory. Establishment of our Military Units in France and Italy; Triumph of the Policy of Self-Determination; Negotiations with the Allies for the Transport of our Army from Russia to France and for our Political Recognition; Our Recognition by Great Britain. The British Declaration of August 9, 1918. Recognition by Japan; Proclamation of Czechoslovak Independence. The First Czechoslovak Government; Our Movement Abroad merges with the Efforts at Home. The Collapse of Austria-Hungary and the Coup d'Etat at Prague; Czechoslovakia Signs the Armistice Conditions. The First Diplomatic Struggles concerning our Frontiers. The End of our Revolutionary Movement Abroad.
World War, 1914-1918 --Czech Republic --Bohemia.
|Title||My War Memoirs|
|Author||Benes, Dr. Eduard|
|Publisher||George Allen & Unwin|
|Library of Congress Control Number||29005722|