Z kultúrnych dejín rumunsko-slovenských vzťahov v 19. a 20. storočí
From cultural history of Romania-Slovak relations in the 19th and the 20th century
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The article includes a brief overview of basic elements of Romania-Slovak relations, for one thing in connection to Slovak colonization of the southern Hungary in the 18th and the 19th century, and for another at the level of mutual cultural and political relations in Hungary and in the first half of the 20th century. It also reflects significant personalities from both sides, particularly Romanian journalist – Slovak Gustav Augustini. Romania-Slovak relations at the cultural level in the 19th century were based on the real position of Slovaks and Transylvanian and Banatian Romanian in the Hungary as oppressed national minorities. By contrast to Slovaks, Hungarian Romanian had some support in Romanian state. They faced to magyarization pressure together, so their representations arrived to mutual cooperation and cultural contacts. Cultural relations of Slovaks and Romanians in the 20th century had not any negative aspects, symbols or connections. However, in some periods, there was a mark of disinterest of the public in culture of the other one.
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