STYKY SLOVENSKÝCH A CHORVATSKÝCH VZDUŠNÝCH ZBRANÍ ZA DRUHÉ SVĚTOVÉ VÁLKY
Contacts of the Slovak and Croatian aerial weapons during World War 2
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In his original study, on the basis of detailed analysis of the available archival documents of Slovak origin, Slovak period press and published works of Croatian historians and publicists, the Czech historian introduces the reader to the facts documenting the bilateral cooperation of the Slovak and Croatian aviation during the World War 2. The author considered this information in creating the content of his original study. Apart from the historical facts already published, it contains a number of additional, as yet unpresented, information. From this point of view, this is a beneficial paper, successfully eliminating another one of the blank spots of the Slovak military history. The author introduces the reader to many members of the Croatian and Slovak aviation, as yet little known or even completely unknown to the Slovak professional public. In relation to the Slovak aviation, he brought to light the almost forgotten members of the Slovak Aviation Corps: the non-powered flying officer, Jozef Kalnovič; the technical officer, Štefan Pleško; or the main teachers – gliders (non-powered flying instructors) Pavol Poliaček, Štefan Pagáč and Erik Kvasnička.
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