„The people from Prague and other Czechs should be whipped who speak half Czech and half German (…) And who could enumerate how the Czech language has already been corrupted, so that the true Czech hears they speak, but he does not understand them. And from that arises envy, anger, conflict, strife and Czech humiliation.“

—  Jan Hus

pp. 190-191.

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pensador e reformador religioso 1369 - 1415

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