Citation Examples

All sources should be indicated in footnotes, not in separate references.

Book
One author

    1. LEWIS, Paul G.: Central Europe since 1945, London 1994, 330.

    2. LEWIS, 115.

      Two or more authors

      1. ROMPORTLOVÁ, Marta – SLÁDEK, Zdeněk: Hospodářský a sociální vývoj ve střední a jihovýchodní Evropě 1918–1938, Brno 1994, 210.

      2. ROMPORTLOVÁ – SLÁDEK, 120.

       

      Chapter or other part of a book and paper in yearbook or conference volume

        1. EVANS, Robert J. W.: Hungarians, Czechs, and Slovaks: Some Mutual Perceptions, 1900–1950, in: Czechoslovakia in a Nationalist and Fascist Europe 1918–1948, CORNWALL, Mark – EVANS, Robert J. W. (eds.), Oxford – New York 2007, 110.

        2. EVANS, 115.

          Article in journal

            1. TAKÁCS, Tibor: A városi elit Nyíregyházán a 20. század elsőfelében, in: Századok, 140, 2006, 1, 25–77.

            2. TAKÁCS, 30.

              If multiple works of one author are referenced, state only the initial word or words of the name or the beginning of the name of the referenced work at the second citation after the author’s surname.
              Example:

                1. LEWIS, Paul G.: Central Europe since 1945, London 1994, 330.

                2. LEWIS, Central Europe, 120.

                  Newspaper article

                  1. České slovo, 1935, Year 27, No. 288, 12 December.

                  Archival Sources
                  When citing archive sources, state:

                  • the whole name of the archive in the national language and the translation of the archive name into English, including its official abbreviation, in brackets, if you are going to reference documents from the archive in subsequent text
                  • the original name of the fund and the translation of the fund name into English, including its official abbreviation, in brackets, if you are going to reference documents from the fund in subsequent text
                  • Example:
                    Národní archiv (National archive in Prague; hereinafter referred only as NA), fund Prezídium ministerské rady (Presidium of the Council of Ministers; hereinafter referred to only as PMR)
                  • detailed localization and determination of the document
                    Example:
                    … carton XY, doc. No. XY (etc.)

                  Numbers, data and names

                  Numbers from one to ninety-nine and further whole hundreds (three hundred) should be written in words, except where they are attached to percentages (43.1 %), units (for units – except km2 – do not use abbreviations: e.g. litres, metres, kilometres, hectares etc.) or sums of money: in this case use Arabic numerals thereafter (e.g. 37,352; 843,875, 786,415,412). Write thousands and millions in the following manner: three thousand, thirty thousand, 37 thousand, 843 thousand, four million, 786 million.
                  Dates should be written as follows: 6 October 1925; 1920s (not 1930’s); in 1925 (not in y. 1925); 20th Century (not twentieth century). Do not use italics in the text.
                  Names should be spelt out at first use.