Uznesenia vybraných uhorských stolíc vo veci šírenia maďarčiny z 30. rokov 19. storočia v administratíve a súdnictve vs. uhorská spoločnosť
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Decisions of selected Hungarian domains extending the use of Hungarian as a privileged language in administration and justice in the 1830s versus Hungarian society
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A reform movement came to the fore in Hungary’s politics in the early 1830s that was aimed at a reform of economy and continued the efforts of the Hungarian Estates from the 1790s. Part of the considerations on a modernization of Hungary was also the question of broader use of the Hungarian language. The Hungarian Diet introduced between 1825 and 1827 a new element in the Diet’s debates, namely an extended use of the Hungarian language in administration and justice, which was believed to eliminate the alleged Russian danger. This was undoubtedly due to the development of local activities of the Slav nations in Hungary.
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