Re: [Harp-L] history


Am Montag, 17. November 2008 schrieb Dave Payne, Elk River Harmonicas:
> although the nationalist 
> sentiment identified Bohemia would have been czech nationalism.

You ignore that Bohemia was multi ethnic back then. Even if germans 
living in Bohemia (and they were a lot) would have been bohemian 
nationalists (which would have been less nationalism but separatism 
since there was no bohemian nation or bohemian people) they surely 
wouldn't have been czech nationalists - they were germans, not 
czechs. Bohemia was not a nation, it was a region.

> But 
> I do wonder if the Richter legend is far newer, maybe post World
> War II. _________________________________

What do you mean with Richter legend? Any evidence for this thesis?


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