In March 1945, Hugo Vavrečka wrote a tale about King Škrábal or Ivan Krasopisec to his grandson Ivan M. Havel. Shortly afterwards, the text was swallowed up by the whirl of post-war events, and so it reaches its addressee (and all the other curious readers) only now - after more than seventy years.
Europe at the Crossroads. Democracy, Neighbourhoods, Migrations Jacques Rupnik, Pavel Seifter (eds.)
A collective monograph Europe at the Crossroads. Democracy, Neighbourhoods, Migrations prepared by Jacques Rupnik and Pavel Seifert.
Charter through own eyes Jiří Gruntorád, František Janouch, Daniel Kroupa, Daniel Kumermann, Dana Němcová, Martin Palouš a další
A selection of texts from a conference organized by the Václav Havel Library and Charter 77 Foundation at the occassion of 40th anniversary of the Charter 77 creation.
Václav Havel’s Prague. A Guide to Buildings and Places with a Role in the Life of the Playwright, Dissident and President Zdeněk Lukeš
Written by a leading historian of Czech architecture, this guidebook, comprising several chapters accompanied by photographs by Pavel Hroch and others, presents works of Prague architecture bulit by Vaclav Havel’s grandfather and father, including the Lucerna and buildings in the district of Barrandov, as well as places connected with Havel’s childhood and youth, the period of his success as a dramatist, and his years as a dissident.
The third volume of the printed edition of transcripts of President Václav Havel’s legendary radio programme.
The second volume of the printed edition of transcripts of President Václav Havel’s legendary radio programme.
The publication contains 150 photographs by 27 leading Czech authors from the turbulent January days of 1969, since Jan Palach's self-immolation in Prague until his massive demonstration funeral.