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Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2011
1 online resource (xvii, 413 p.) : ill., maps
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ISBN 9781139185530 (electronic bk.)
ISBN 9780521802536 (hbk.)
Includes bibliographical references and index
Machine generated contents note: 1. Preface: Slovakia, Slovaks and their history / Dusan Kovac; 2. The Duchy of Nitra / Jan Steinhubel; 3. The beginnings of the nobility in Slovakia / Jan Lukacka; 4. Medieval towns / Vladimir Seges; 5. Renaissance and humanist tendencies in Slovakia / Eva Frimmova; 6. The period of religious disturbances / Viliam Cicaj; 7. The Enlightenment and beginnings of the modern Slovak nation / Eva Kowalska; 8. Slovak Slavism and Pan-Slavism / Ludovit Haraksim; 9. The Slovak political programme--from Hungarian patriotism to the Czech-Slovak state / Dusan Kovac; 10. Slovakia in Czechoslovakia (1918-1938) / Natalia Krajcovicova; 11. Slovakia from the Munich conference to the declaration of independence / Valerian Bystricky; 12. The Slovak state of 1939-1945 / Ivan Kamenec; 13. The Slovak question and the resistance movement during the Second World War / Jan Rychli;k; 14. The Slovak National Uprising in 1944 / Vilem Precan; 15. The Slovak question after the Second World War / Michal Barnovsky; 16. Czechoslovakism in Slovak history / Elisabeth Bakke; 17. Magyar minority in Slovakia before and after the Second World War / Stefan Sutaj; 18. The establishment of totalitarianism in Slovakia after the February coup of 1948 and the culmination of mass persecution (1948-1953) / Jan Pesek; 19. Slovakia and the attempt to reform socialism in Czechoslovakia 1963-1969 / Stanislav Sikora; 20. The position of Slovakia in the Czech-Slovak Federation / Jozef Zatkuliak; 21. Slovakia under the communist dictatorship 1948-1989 : controversial development in the economic, social, and cultural fields / Miroslav Londak and Elena Londakova; 22. The fall of communism and independent Slovakia / Michal Stefansky; 23. Afterword / Mikulas Teich.
"Until the dissolution of Czechoslovakia, Slovakia’s identity seemed inextricably linked with that of the former state. This book explores the key moments and themes in the history of Slovakia from the Duchy of Nitra’s ninth-century origins to the establishment of independent Slovakia at midnight 1992-1993. Leading scholars chart the gradual ethnic awakening of the Slovaks during the Reformation and Counter-Reformation and examine how Slovak national identity took shape with the codification of standard literary Slovak in 1843 and the subsequent development of the Slovak national movement. They show how, after a thousand years of Magyar-Slovak coexistence, Slovakia became part of the new Czechoslovak Republic from 1918-1939 and shed new light on its role as a Nazi client state as well as on the postwar developments leading up to full statehood in the aftermath of the collapse of Communism in 1989. There is no comparable book in English on the subject"--Provided by publisher..
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2015. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries
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(OCoLC)782876995

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