Tomáš Garique Masaryk

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Stamp Masaryk - 2 Koruny - 1930

Stamp Masaryk - 2 Koruny - 1930

President of Czechoslovakia Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk (left) and Minister Edvard Beneš lying in the grass in Topolčianky.

President of Czechoslovakia Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk (left) and Minister Edvard Beneš lying in the grass in Topolčianky.

Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk

Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk

Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk

Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk

Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk

Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk

Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk, the first president of an independent Czechoslovakia, is credited with the catchphrase “Fear not and steal not” stemming from a speech he gave on April 11, 1913.

Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk, the first president of an independent Czechoslovakia, is credited with the catchphrase “Fear not and steal not” stemming from a speech he gave on April 11, 1913.

Book cover of book by French Paris Sorbonne professor of history Alain Soubigou.

Book cover of book by French Paris Sorbonne professor of history Alain Soubigou.


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Charlotte Garrigue Masaryk ( 1850 in Brooklyn, New York, USA – 1923 Lány) was the wife of Tomáš Masaryk, the first President of Czechoslovakia. In 1877, visiting Leipzig, she first met her future husband. They married a year later in the USA. After the wedding, her husband added her surname into his name.  Masaryks moved to Prague, where Tomáš obtained a professorship. Couples children - Alice, Herbert, Olga, and Jan, who later became a noted Czechoslovakian diplomat and politician.

Charlotte Garrigue Masaryk ( 1850 in Brooklyn, New York, USA – 1923 Lány) was the wife of Tomáš Masaryk, the first President of Czechoslovakia. In 1877, visiting Leipzig, she first met her future husband. They married a year later in the USA. After the wedding, her husband added her surname into his name. Masaryks moved to Prague, where Tomáš obtained a professorship. Couples children - Alice, Herbert, Olga, and Jan, who later became a noted Czechoslovakian diplomat and politician.

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T.G.Masaryk

Masaryk

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Stamp block detail - Masaryk and child - 1938 Ceskoslovensko. ~Via alexander gior~gadze

Stamp block detail - Masaryk and child - 1938 Ceskoslovensko. ~Via alexander gior~gadze

Thomas Garrigue Masaryk 1850-1937 - Vojtech (Adalbert) Hynais

Thomas Garrigue Masaryk 1850-1937 - Vojtech (Adalbert) Hynais

I uploaded new artwork to fineartamerica.com! - '1960 4c Thomas G. Masaryk Postage Stamp ' - http://fineartamerica.com/featured/1960-4c-thomas-g-masaryk-postage-stamp-lanjee-chee.html via @fineartamerica

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I uploaded new artwork to fineartamerica.com! - '1960 4c Thomas G. Masaryk Postage Stamp ' - http://fineartamerica.com/featured/1960-4c-thomas-g-masaryk-postage-stamp-lanjee-chee.html via @fineartamerica

Czechoslovakia: Thomas Garrigue Masaryk and his son Jan Masaryk: Thomas wrote extensively on the cultural personality of nations. Jan helped Lemkin's UN proposal re outlawing genocide by convincing Soviet rep Andrei Vishinsky to endorse the measure.

Czechoslovakia: Thomas Garrigue Masaryk and his son Jan Masaryk: Thomas wrote extensively on the cultural personality of nations. Jan helped Lemkin's UN proposal re outlawing genocide by convincing Soviet rep Andrei Vishinsky to endorse the measure.

Czech Postcard #16  Vojtech Preissig created in 1917 a series of posters showing the Proclamation of the Representatives of Czechoslovak people in the U.S.A, various allegories on the topic of the national resistance, appeals to enter the Czech Legion and glorification of the heroic feats of the Czech Legion in France.

Czech Postcard #16 Vojtech Preissig created in 1917 a series of posters showing the Proclamation of the Representatives of Czechoslovak people in the U.S.A, various allegories on the topic of the national resistance, appeals to enter the Czech Legion and glorification of the heroic feats of the Czech Legion in France.

Аrmy General Jan Syrový (January 24, 1888 - October 17, 1970) was a Czechoslovak national hero, a veteran of the Czechoslovak Legion and a prominent four-star general of the Czechoslovak Army in the interwar period. On September 22, 1938 he was appointed Prime Minister and Minister of National Defence by president Edvard Beneš following the resignation of the government lead by Milan Hodža, and held both posts until the German conquest of Czechoslovakia on March 15, 1939.

Аrmy General Jan Syrový (January 24, 1888 - October 17, 1970) was a Czechoslovak national hero, a veteran of the Czechoslovak Legion and a prominent four-star general of the Czechoslovak Army in the interwar period. On September 22, 1938 he was appointed Prime Minister and Minister of National Defence by president Edvard Beneš following the resignation of the government lead by Milan Hodža, and held both posts until the German conquest of Czechoslovakia on March 15, 1939.

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