K činnosti některých negativistických stran na Podkarpatské Rusi v roce 1938
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ACTIVITIES OF CERTAIN NEGATIVISTIC PARTIES IN CARPATHIAN RUTHENIA IN 1938
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The study concentrates on the political scene in Carpathian Ruthenia during the months of 1938 and the preceding Vienna Award as viewed by the political press service of the Provincial Office for Carpathian Ruthenia in Uzhhorod. The Czechoslovak authorities and security forces paid primary attention to the Heinlein's Carpathian German Party and the Unified Hungarian Party. They were also concerned with groups of Ukrainian and Czech Fascists. The Czechoslovak authorities only monitored activities of Ruthenian autonomist parties and Ruthenia Carpathian fractions of nationwide governmental parties (mainly agrarian and social democratic), which radicalized during the spring and summer months and stood behind a declaration of independence after adoption of the Munich Pact. This is also true about the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia, which was the strongest Ruthenia Carpathian political subject at that time. The study contains a brief overview of parliamentary elections in Carpathian Ruthenia in May 1935 and a biography of politicians who represented the country in the parliament and the senate. The text is based on archive materials from the State Archives of Carpathian Ruthenia in Uzhhorod, the Berehovo branch.
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