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2013 | 16 | 3 | -
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IMPACT OF THE POLITICAL CHANGES UPON ETHNIC IDENTITY OF HUNGARIAN POPULATION IN THE REGION OF SOUTHERN SLOVAKIA AFTER 1918

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The paper analyse concisely a history of Hungarian community in Czechoslovak Republic after 1918. Similarly as the majority society – Slovaks, the Hungarians underwent a dramatic flow of changes – adaption to conditions of the First Republic (1945 – 1948), a period of communist dictate and democratic changes after November 1989. Each of these periods affected lives of Hungarians living in Slovakia in a different way. The paper is trying to provide elementary information of these developments and reactions of Hungarians not only as members of community but also as individuals.
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  • Spoločenskovedný ústav SAV, Karpatská 5, 040 01 Košice, Slovak Republic, olejnik@saske.sk
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