České slovo

České slovo (English: Czech Word), also known as Svobodné slovo (English: Free Word) was a Czech daily newspaper, founded and continuously published in Prague since 1907, by Publishing House Melantrich, until its cancellation in 1997. Newspapers were founded by Union of National Social Workers of National Social Party led by their leader Václav Klofáč and Jaroslav Šalda.[1] Newspapers were several times banned in 1915–1918, 1939–1945 and nationalised in 1948–1990. During the communist regime in Czechoslovakia, Josef Pejskar and Council of Free Czechoslovakia published version to Czechoslovak exile (1955–1990).[2]

České slovo
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Cover of České slovo (22 September 1938), with the headline reporting Munich Agreement
TypeDaily newspaper
FormatBerliner
Owner(s)Melantrich, Graphics and Art Institute of the National Social Party
Founder(s)
PublisherPublishing House Melantrich
Founded1907; 115 years ago (1907)
LanguageCzech
Ceased publication1990 (as exile České slovo)
1997 (as Slovo)
HeadquartersWenceslas Square 36, Prague, Czechoslovakia
CountryAustria-Hungary
Czechoslovakia
Czech Republic

In 1990's list was renamed to "Slovo" ("Word") and later were closed down due to bad privatisation of Melantrich in 1997.[3]

Amomgst journalists active there was also František R. Kraus.

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  1. ^ Chaloupka, Otakar (2005). Příruční slovník české literatury. Prague, Czech Republic: Kosmas. ISBN 80-86785-03-3.
  2. ^ Ústav pro studium totalitních režimů. "České slovo - měsíčník vydávaný exulanty v Německu" (in Czech). Retrieved 2017-01-17.
  3. ^ "Osud Melantrichu zřejmě dále nejasný". HospodářskéNoviny.cz (in Czech). 1999-03-24. Retrieved 2017-01-17.
  • Libuše Pešková: Publikační činnost nakladatelství Melantrich od založení do vzniku 2. světové války (Publication activities of Melantrich until World War II), Charles University, 1975. A diploma work with complete bibliography from the 1918-38 period. (Czech)