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Hašek Jaroslav
(1883—1923)

Hašek Jaroslav  (1883—1923)

Czech writer, b. Prague. His experiences as a soldier in World War I inspired his famous novel The Good Soldier Schweik (4 vol., 1920–23; tr. 1930), a satire on the Austrian military bureaucracy and on war in general. The ludicrous adventures of the goodhearted Schweik make the business of war an absurdity. The novel won Hašek international fame and was adapted for stage and film. Brecht wrote a sequel to the book in 1944. Hašek also wrote many volumes of short stories.

Stamps about Hasek are here.


Bulgaria, 1983, Hasek and Schweik

Czech Republic, 1997, Good Soldier Schweik

Czech Republic, 1997, Lt. Lukas, Col. Zillergut and dog

Czech Republic, 1997, Good Soldier Schweik

Czechoslovakia, 1970, Good Soldier Schweik

Czechoslovakia, 1982, Bust of Jaroslav Hašek

Czechoslovakia, 1983, Jaroslav Hašek

USSR, 1963, Jaroslav Hašek

Bulgaria, 1983.04.20, Sofia. Good Soldier Schweik

Czech Republic, 1997.09.10, Prague. Leitenant Dub

Czech Republic, 1997.09.10, Prague. Schweik in hospital

Czech Republic, 1997.09.10, Prague. The Good Soldier Schweik

Czech Republic, 2002.06.15, Ceske Budejovice. Good Soldier Schweik

Czech Republic, 2003.06.14, Ceske Budejovice. Good Soldier Schweik

Czechoslovakia, 1983.02.24, Prague. Litera H

Poland, 1983.04.01, Wroclaw. Schweik and Amor

USSR, 1982, Jaroslav Hašek

Czech Republic, 2003, Good Soldier Schweik

Russia, 2005, Actor Boris Tenin as Schweik

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