FORMOVANIE NEMECKEJ POLITICKEJ SCÉNY NA SLOVENSKU V ROKOCH 1918 - 1920 S DÔRAZOM NA SPIŠSKÝ REGIÓN
Forming of German political scene in Slovakia during 1918 -1920 with focus on the region of Spiš
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A new state of government-legal system of Czechoslovak Republic after the year 1918 allowed founding of German national councils and new parties in the Slovak territory. 'Oberungarischer Volksrat der Deutschungarn' was founded in Kezmarok and 'Deutscher Volksrat' in Bratislava. The 'Zipserdeutsche Partei' (Spis German Party) was also founded on the 22nd of March 1920. Karl Bruckner became its first chairman and was superseded by Andor Nitch. The most important function of this party was to take care of political, cultural and economical interests of Germans living in Spis. 'Zipserdeutsche Partei' was a branch of Hungarian parties during its existence - initially as a part of 'Orszagos Keresztenyiszocialista Part' and later 'Magyar Nemzeti Part'.
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