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2013 | 61 | 1 | 121 – 141
Article title

K OTÁZKE UZNANIA SLOVENSKÉHO ŠTÁTU (SLOVENSKEJ REPUBLIKY) NÓRSKYM KRÁĽOVSTVOM, 1939 –1940

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On the question of recognition of the Slovak State (Slovak Republic) by the Kingdom of Norway, 1939 – 1940
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SK
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A recognition is one of the legal acts which permit a new state to enter the international community as a full partner. It establishes normal relations between two states as a precondition of their mutual communication in politics, as well as in economics and other fields. Thus, swift recognition by as many states as possible is the first task of every newly established foreign ministry. As early as 15 March 1939, the Slovak foreign ministry notified its prospective counterparts about the birth of the Slovak State. The Norwegian foreign ministry was to make a stand on recognition. Due to the tense international situation on the eve of WWII, this turned into a lengthy process of consideration, complicated even more by the outbreak of the war in September 1939. Early in April 1940, Norway was about to give a de facto recognition. However, the Nazi invasion in the same month stopped the action, which, nonetheless, somewhat disturbed the initial contacts between Norwegian and Czechoslovak exile representations.
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61
Issue
1
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121 – 141
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  • Ústav světových dějin Filozofické fakulty Univerzity Karlovy, Nám. J. Palacha 2, 116 38 Praha 1, Czech Republic, pjakubec@yahoo.com
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