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My name is Jan Kameníček [ˈjan ˈkamɛɲiːt͡ʃɛk] and I am a Wikimedian based in the Czech Republic. You can find my contributions also at English Wikipedia (User Page), Commons (User page), Czech Wikipedia (Uživatelská stránka), Czech Wikisource, English Wiktionary, Wikidata, Czech Wiktionary, Slovak Wikipedia, Czech Wikiquote, Czech Wikinews or Wikispecies. I am a member of Wikimedia Czech Republic.

My English Wikisource work[edit]

The Grandmother, 1891
"Heavens!", 1894
The Labyrinth of the World and the Paradise of the Heart, 1631, enlarged 1663, transl. 1901
Magdalen, 1916
Czech Folk Tales, 1917
Short Stories from the Balkans, 1919
Anthology of Modern Slavonic Literature in Prose and Verse, 1919
Czechoslovak Stories, 1920
The Disobedient Kids and other Czecho-Slovak fairy tales, 1921
The Jail, 1921
R. U. R. (Rossum's Universal Robots), 1923
'And so ad infinitum' (The Life of the Insects), 1924

The Best Continental Short Stories of 1923-1924

In magazines[edit]

Poet Lore

Poetry[edit]

Cheskian Anthology, 1832
Bohemian Poems, Ancient and Modern, 1849
Bohemian legends and other poems, 1896
An Anthology of Modern Bohemian Poetry, 1912
Songs of the Slav, 1919
Modern Czech Poetry, 1920
Evening Songs, 1920
The Conversion of St. Vladimir, 1930
A Book of Czech Verse, 1958

Librettos[edit]

The Bartered Bride, 1908

Non-fiction[edit]

De Ecclesia. The Church, 1413, English edition 1915
Letters of John Huss Written During His Exile and Imprisonment, 1410–1415, English edition 1846
The letters of John Hus, 1408–1415, English edition 1904
Comenius' School of Infancy, 1632, English edition 1893
The severall Habits of English Women and Theatru Mulierum, 1640's, reprint 1794–1812
Rules of Life, 1645, English translation 1865
The Acts and Monuments of John Foxe, Volume 3, 1837 (part)
The Victoria Falls, 1879
Seven Years in South Africa, 1881
Guide through Carlsbad and its environs, 1884
Bohemian Section at the Austrian Exhibition, Earl's Court London 1906
The life and times of Master John Hus, 1909
Bohemia: An Historical Sketch, 1910, reprint 1920
Report of Bohemian Section to the Socialist Party National Convention, May 1912
The Hussite Wars, 1914
Bohemia's claim for freedom, 1915
Bohemians in Central Kansas, 1915
Bohemia's claim to independence, 1916
The Bohemians (Czechs) In The Present Crisis, 1916
Bohemia's case for independence, 1917
The voice of an oppressed people, c1917
Declaration of the Czech deputies: In Convention at Prague, January 6, 1918
The Czechoslovak flag, historic coat of arms of the Czechoslovak lands, 1918
Declaration of Independence of the Czechoslovak Nation, 1918
The Spirit of Russia, vol. I and II, 1919
Heroic Story of the Czecho-Slovak Legions, 1919
President of the Czecho-Slovak Republic, Thomas G. Masaryk, 1919
Jews in the Czecho-Slovak State, 1919
Great Britain and The Czecho-Slovaks, 1919
The Constitution of the Czechoslovak Republic, 1920
Old Czech Recipes For Today's Kitchens, 1920
The Sokols, 1920
Historical paintings of the Slavic nations by Alfons Mucha, 1921
The Religious Conditions in Czechoslovakia, c1921
Mariánské Lázně, Františkovy Lázně, 1930
United States House of Representatives Concurrent Resolution No. 99, 2018

Periodicals[edit]

Philosophical Transactions (several articles)
Once a Week (several articles)
American Anthropologist, vol. 1 (New Series), no. 2 (one article)
National Geographic Magazine (one article)
The Czechoslovak Review (several volumes)
The Wilson World (two articles)

The North American Review/Volume 206/Bohemia–the submerged front, 1917
The Journal of International Relations/Volume 12/Two Architects of New Europe: Masaryk and Beneš, 1921

Encyclopædia articles[edit]

articles in A Dictionary of Music and Musicians (1900)
articles in The New International Encyclopædia (1905)
articles in Catholic Encyclopedia (1913)

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