Josef Kodíček

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Josef Kodíček (24 January 1892 – November 1954) was a Czech journalist and theatre critic.[1][2][3] During the 1930s, he was a part of the Friday Men circle which used to meet at Karel Čapek's house in Prague.

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  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2013-12-06. Retrieved 2014-01-07.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link) Kodíček, Josef, *24.1.1892 - †listopad 1954, český novinář
  2. ^ Cross currents: Issues 10-11 University of Michigan. Dept. of Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Michigan. Center for Russian and East European Studies - 1991 "Some, like Brod and Weltsch, looked for a solution in Zionism; others, like Frantisek Langer and Josef Kodicek, in full assimilation; still others, like Werfel, in leaving Prague, or like Kisch, in communism."
  3. ^ Czech writers on tolerance České centrum PEN klubu - 1994 "At the inaugural meeting Frantisek Langer was elected chairman, Josef Kodicek secretary, and Gustav Stern treasurer. Early in 1941, however, Josef Kodicek was forced to resign underpressure of other work, and Viktor Fischl was elected"