President Masaryk was to take up his official residence in the immense royal palace so long deserted.
Professor Masaryk was to give the signal for the blow for liberty.
Such a day of merriment is March 7th, very much of a feast-day indeed—the birthday of President Masaryk.
One who witnessed Masaryk's return pictures the scenes on the way to the government buildings.
Besides being a philologist, Dr. Masaryk is also a distinguished writer on philosophical subjects.
Extirpate, Germanize, that is and has been the favorite policy of the government for decades, said Masaryk.
Soon President Masaryk's train, with its engine elaborately decorated, steamed in through the silent crowd.
In complete silence, Masaryk, gray-haired and distinguished appearing, left the train and entered the station.