Husa, Václav

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Husa, Václav

 

Born June 25, 1906; died Feb. 6, 1965. in Prague. Czechoslovak historian. Corresponding member of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences (1952).

Husa became a professor at Charles University in Prague in 1948. His principal works are on the economic, social, and cultural history of Czechoslovakia and the theoretical issues of historical science.

WORKS

Tomáš Müntzer a Čechy. Prague, 1957.
Epochy Českych déjin [2nd ed.]. Prague, 1949.
In Russian translation:
Istoriia Chekhoslovakii. Prague, 1963.

REFERENCES

Udali’tsov, I. I. “Pamiati V. Gusy.” Sovetskoe slavianovedenie, 1965, no. 2, p. 127.
Fiala, Z. “Za Václavem Huson.” Československy Časopis historicky. 1965, no. 2, pp. 323–25.
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