The Czechoslovak Review/Volume 2/Miscellaneous (12)

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Of all the Slav races, that of the Czechoslovaks is perhaps the most abundantly gifted with political and social sense, and with powers of organization hardly inferior to those of the Germans. . . The Czechoslovaks are less impulsive, less flighty, than their eastern and southern kinsmen, and can therefore be relied upon to redeem their promises and carry out their programme. One can bank upon their word.Dr. E. J. Dillon.

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