NA MARGO ČATLOŠOVÝCH POZNÁMOK K ROMÁNU KTO SEJE VIETOR (MILO URBAN)
Regarding Čatloš’ comments on the novel Who Sows the Wind (Kto seje vietor) (Milo Urban)
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The aim of the contribution is the analysis of the critical text of the Minister of National Defence of the war-era Slovak Republic and chief military commander, Ferdinand Čatloš. In the text, he provides an analysis of Milo Urban’s prose, Who Sows the Wind (Kto seje vietor) (1964), which describes the World War 2 period. The study includes an annex which containing a part of Čatloš’ paper which has not been scientifically reflected as yet. In her comparative analysis, the author of the study examined interpretation of two historical events by Čatloš and Urban: the Hungarian-Slovak armed conflict in 1939 and the so called Lichardus coup along with Čatloš’ resignation in 1941.Value of the study consists in the enrichment of Čatloš’ biography in terms of the memoir-like nature of his elaborate, clarification of the context of Urban’s artistic work and completion of his biography, since the “disputation” with Čatloš is a part of his correspondence and to evaluate the informative value for historical research on a sample of Čatloš’ commemorative texts.
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