The Hungarians of Slovakia in 1938
By: Attila Simon (author)Hardback
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This study deals with one of the most turbulent years of Central European history: 1938. It tells the story on how the Hungarian minority in Czechoslovakia reacted to the changes in Europe, and what was their attitude like during the Munich crisis. Through the book we are able to dive into the social and political stratification of the Hungarian minority in Czechoslovakia, and become acquainted with how their relationship evolved with respect to Czechoslovakia and Hungary.
Attila Simon is a Hungarian historian living in Slovakia. He serves as the Director of the Department of History in the Forum Minority Research Institute and as Head of the Department of History at the Selye Janos University. His primary area of research is Czechoslovakia between the two World Wars.
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