Místo Maďarska v politických plánech velmocí na poválečné uspořádání střední a jihovýchodní Evropy, II
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HUNGARY'S POSITION IN THE WORLD POWERS' POLITICAL SCHEMES FOR THE POST-WAR ARRANGEMENT OF CENTRAL AND SOUTH-EAST EUROPE (II)
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The Prague peace treaty (summer and autumn 1946) finally determined the Trianon boundaries, but it did not untangle the issue of the Hungarian minority in Czechoslovakia. The world powers voiced their different opinions on the restoration of small Central and East European countries and the introduction of democratic governments at discussions regarding economical and military establishment and reparations. The gradual disintegration of anti-Fascist coalition and the growing tension between the Soviet Union and the Western allies affected the political situation in Hungary and dissolved Hungarian democracy. After signing peace treaties, the number one target for the Soviet leadership was to use countries occupied by the Soviet Army as a defence zone and transform them into a homogenous Socialist bloc by means of Sovietisation.
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