The Central European Observer was a journal published in Prague, Czechoslovakia, between 1923 and 1938 that contained a wealth of information about events in Central Europe. I am borrowing that title to use in a very different context because I have spent a lifetime observing the history and current affairs of Central European states, particularly the Czech and Slovak Republics and their political antecedents.
This site is designed to assist university graduates and undergraduates with improving their assignments, navigating the historical profession, and learning more about Central Europe. There even are a few items of interest for high school students. The site also includes some personal information about me and my family, especially when our lives somehow intersect events, people, and places in Central Europe.
Every few days, I update the news and comment section titled "What's New? How Is the World Treating You?" Other pages provide student aids, brief articles on academic matters, links, photos, and film clips. Revisions and additions appear periodically, so be sure to visit often. I welcome any comments, questions, suggestions, criticisms, corrections, or accolades. Please send them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Daniel E. Miller
Disclaimer: Daniel E. Miller is not the author of and does not necessarily condone the opinions of any third-party sources contained within or referred to in the pages of CentralEuropeanObserver.com, including commentators, guest authors, sources for news and other information, and external websites. All items that originate on this web site are the opinions of Daniel E. Miller and are not representative of or condoned by the University of West Florida, the State University System of Florida, or any other third parties, be they individuals, groups, organizations, or government entities mentioned or implied in these pages.