HUNGARIAN COMMUNITY IN THE FIRST DECADE OF CZECHOSLOVAC REPUBLIC
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Establishment of Czechoslovak Republic as one of the states formed out of the debris of Austro-Hungarian Empire had a profound impact upon political, economic and social situation of Slovakia. Besides Czechs and Slovaks, Czechoslovakia became also a home of several ethnic communities. In Slovakia, the most numerous and politically significant ethnic group was Hungarian minority. The paper, in a concise form, is dealing with the status of Hungarian population in Slovakia after founding of the Czechoslovak Republic, with the political profile of the Hungarian community and with reaction of state authorities on its political and social activities.
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