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Mellor. London; Basingstoke, England: Macmillan, 1975. 358p. maps. bibliog. Part 1, 'Physical environment and political geography', and part 2, 'The demographic and economic framework', are general in that the entire area is covered simultaneously, with separate chapters on landscape, climate, flora, fauna, periods of history, population, towns and villages, agriculture, industry and transport; some sections being further sub-divided. Part 3, 'Comecon and the national economies', opens with a description of the birth of Comecon and how the division of labour works within it, and then briefly outlines the economic geography of each country, Czechoslovakia being covered on p.
B. Hodgson. Country Life vol. 157, no. 4,057 (3 April 1975), p. 848-50. The South-Bohemian fishponds are a striking feature of the landscape and some of them are so vast as to make the name 'pond' in English a misnomer. They are in fact huge man-made lakes, many of considerable antiquity, used primarily for breeding and storing carp, and to a lesser degree trout. Carp is the main fish eaten in this land-locked country and the central item in the traditional Christmas Page 7 dinner. The article provides a useful, if brief, introduction to a major geographical feature and economic asset to the country.
912p. maps. bibliog. Czechoslovakia's geography is described on p. 393-472 and the subjects covered include historical, political, physical and economic geography and population. The work is probably most valuable for its bibliography. 27 Central Europe: a regional and human geography. A. F. A. Mutton. London: Longmans, 1968. 2nd ed. 488p. The relevant section in this dated, but still useful volume, is 'The Czechoslovak Lands' (p. 185-222) but other useful information will also be found elsewhere.
Czechoslovakia by David Short