CRITICISM OF THE REVISIONISTIC POLICIES OF HUNGARY IN CONTEMPORARY CZECHOSLOVAK PRESS DURING THE THIRD DECENNIUM OF TWENTIETH CENTURY
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The main threat, in view of Czechoslovak political representation during inter-war period, was a policy of Hungary aimed at revision of Trianon Peace Treaty. This issue was also permanently analysed, judged and evaluated in contemporary Czechoslovak press. The Czech and Slovak periodicals commented on measures taken by Hungarian politicians in regard to strategy which should led to achieve a status quo ante, that is to re-establish Hungarian Kingdom in its pre-war size. These comments were strictly negative and valued as a dangerous policy toward newly established states including Czechoslovakia. The paper is attempting, in a concise fashion, to draw a picture of Hungarian policy, as was portrayed in articles, commentaries and feuilletons of Czechoslovak press.
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