The paper consists of two parts. In the first part, the author explains the political views of the above persons at the beginning of World War II in the general domestic and international context. The other part includes eleven documents thoroughly explaining the then political situation in and the foreign policy of Slovakia. Much attention is devoted to considerations of a potential restoration of Czechoslovakia as an independent country or within a larger confederation or federation with Poland, or even with Poland and Hungary. The material adds to our knowledge of the polarization of views of the Czecho-Slovak relations in connection with the formation of Czechoslovak foreign resistance movement during World War II.