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2008 | 94 | 4 | 569-588
Article title

Československo mezi léty 1948–1956 (Pohled maďarského historika)

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Title variants
EN
CZECHOSLOVAKIA BETWEEN 1948 AND 1956 (VIEWED BY A HUNGARIAN HISTORIAN)
Languages of publication
CS
Abstracts
EN
In 1956, the Czechoslovak authorities successfully suppressed all traces of a potential uprising. The Czechoslovak society was not yet prepared for a political turn-over in the 50's. Slovak Hungarians could choose between their survival as a minority and an uprising in autumn 1956. A sober deliberation excluded all steps leading to a Hungarian revolution. The Slovak Hungarians still had vivid memories of suffering, which they experienced after 1945. Worries of being accused of irredentism were strong and any support of Hungarian revolution was unthinkable.
Contributors
author
  • Istvan Janek, Institute of History of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Uri utca 53, H-1014 Budapest, Hungary
References
Document Type
Publication order reference
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CEJSH db identifier
08CZAAAA05395
YADDA identifier
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