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  1. A False Dawn: Volume 16: My Life as a Gypsy Woman in Slovakia (Interface Collection) by Ilona Lackova, 2000-01-01
  2. Slovakia: The Heart of Europe by Olga Drobna, Eduard Drobny, et all 1996-06
  3. The Rusyns of Slovakia: An Historical Survey. (book reviews): An article from: Canadian Journal of History by A.B. Pernal, 1996-04-01
  4. The Coasts of Bohemia: A Czech History by Derek Sayer, 2000-02-28
  5. A History of Central European Women's Writing (Studies in Russian & Eastern European History)
  6. Bohemia in History
  7. Security Intelligence Services in New Democracies: The Czech Republic, Slovakia and Romania (Studies in Russian & Eastern European History) by Kieran Williams, Dennis Deletant, 2001-03-07
  8. Slovakia by Susie Lunt, Zora Milenkovic, 2000-10-01
  9. Tisov Odkaz by Jozef Pauco, Jozef Pauo, 1970
  10. From Slovakia to the United States: A history of Sivak-Marczinko families by Kathy Smierciak, 1998
  11. Slovakia: A Photographic Odyssey by Eugen Lazistan, Fedor Mikovic, et all 2001-06
  12. Financial policy of Czecho-Slovakia during the first year of its history, ([Carnegie endowment for international peace. Division of economics and history. ... War. Czechoslovak series. English version]) by Alois Rašín, 1923
  13. The reminiscences of Leo Rosenthal (Hebrew University contemporary Jewry oral history collection; Part II, World War II, the holocaust, resistance, and rescue) by Leo Rosenthal, 1975
  14. The reminiscences of Arnost Rosin (Hebrew University contemporary Jewry oral history collection: Part II, World War II, the holocaust, resistance, and rescue) by Arnošt Rosin, 1975

81. SHL Newsletter Summer 2004
Perhaps the most valuable works of the history of art in slovakia come from the The first section, the calendar, presents Slovak history from the first
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82. R. Oldenbourg Verlag: Zeitschrift Bohemia
National or Transnational history? Historiography concerning slovakia in a Historical science in slovakia perceives slovakia s history on three
Zeitschrift für Geschichte und Kultur der böhmischen Länder
A Journal of History and Civilisation in East Central Europe
Oldenbourg Wissenschaftsverlag Abonnement und Bestellmöglichkeit Herausgeber/Redaktion Inhaltsverzeichnisse NEUE IMPULSE DER FORSCHUNG: GESCHICHTSSCHREIBUNG IN UND ÜBER DIE SLOWAKEI
  • Lubomír Lipták
    Über den Ort der slowakischen Historiographie und der historischen Erfahrung
    About the proper Place of Slovak Historiography and recollections of past experiences
    Elena Mannová
    Clio auf Slowakisch. Probleme und neue Ansätze der Historiographie in der Slowakei nach 1989
    CLio slovak-like. problems and new beginnings for Historiography in slovakia after 1989
    Peter Haslinger
    Nationale oder transnationale Geschichte? Die Historiographie zur Slowakei im europäischen Kontext
    National or Trans-national history? Historiography concerning slovakia in a european context
    Martina Winkler
    Slowakeiforschung in Nordamerika Slovakia research in north america Tatjana Tönsmeyer Vom "Recht auf die eigene Geschichte" - Der Slowakische Staat 1939 bis 1945 in der Historiographie About the "rigt to one's own history" - the 1939-1945 Slovak state in historiography Eduard Nižnanský Der Holocaust in der slowakischen Historiographie der neunziger Jahre The holocaust in slovak historiography of the nineties

83. Slovakia
Sign of slovakia Westview Press, 1976. Mamatey VS, Lu_a R. A history of Czechoslovak Republic, 19181948. Princeton Univ. Press, 1973.
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Slovakia References:
  • Bradley J. F. N.: Czechoslovakia, Univ. Press Edinburg, 1971. Grauset F. et al.: Eastern and Western Europe in Middle ages. Thames and Hudson, London 1970. Kaan R. A., David Z. V.: The People of Eastern Habsburg Lands, 1526-1918. Univ. of Washington Press, Seattle 1981. Wallace W. V.: Czechoslovakia. Westview Press, 1976. Mamatey V. S., Lu_a R.: A History of Czechoslovak Republic, 1918-1948. Princeton Univ. Press, 1973. Teichov_ A.: The Czechoslovak Economy 1918-1980. Routledge, 1988. Skilling H. G. ed.: Czechoslovakia 1918-88. MacMillan Academic and Professional LTD., 1991. Stone E., Strouhal E. ed.: Czechoslovakia: Cross-roads and Crises, 1918-88. The MacMillan Press LTD., 1989. Prust J. et al.: The Czech and Slovak Federal Republic. IMF 1990. Va_ous J.: Recent Czechoslovak Economic Performance. Plan Econ Report, Vol. VII.(1991). No 40-41.

And there s a further irony to add to slovakia s history during World War II But in his view the most important Slovak history is happening in the

85. Czech And Slovak Lands - Czechoslovakian History
Jozef Komornik s twelve page history of slovakia is easy to read, informative and much more detailed than many online histories. The Carpathian Germans
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Recent Up a category Bedrich Smetana Bedrich Smetana was a Czechoslovakian composer of the 19th century, whose works include opera, most famously The Bartered Bride , and orchestral, such as My Country . However, as this brief biography explains, Smetana was also a key figure in the Czech nationalist movement, creating a ‘Czech’ identity through his music. Bohemia This brief narrative outlines the history of Bohemia. A traditional Czech heartland, Bohemia became a kingdom in 1198, and was under Habsburg rule from 1526 until 1918. From then on, it has been the core territory in Czechoslovakia, and the new Czech Republic. Tomas Masaryk - A Chronology Written by Jiri Kovtun, this is an excellent chronology of Masaryk’s life and actions, from his birth in 1850 until his death in 1937; the entries may be a little staccato, but they are informative.

86. Slovak Olympic Committee
Official site of Olympic movement in slovakia contains history and statute of Olympism, past and present athletes, and photos from competitions. Internet Explorer only
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Výkonný výbor SOV ustanovil èlenov štábu Peking 2008 Viac informácií Financovanie športu v SR má viaceré bariéry Výsledky prieskumu medzi 20 súkromnými firmami na Slovensku, ktoré uskutoènilo INEKO Viac informácií SOV a Sportmed podpísali zmluvu o spolupráci Jozef Liba (generálny sekretár SOV): "Chceme, aby prevencia bola prvoradá" Viac informácií Zoltán Halmaj má ako prvý olympionik svoj pamätník Vo Vysokej pri Morave odhalili pamätník Zoltánovi Halmajovi Viac informácií Ïalšie èlánky v archíve Turín je už takmer pripravený na ZOH 2006 Medzinárodný olympijský výbor po dvojdòovej návšteve svojich èlenov v dejisku XX. zimných olympijských hier v Turíne vyhlásil, že prípravy na toto podujatie sú už takmer kompletné

87. Slovakia Project
Geography and history of slovakia. This city, the second largest in slovakia, has a long and rich history. In the town centre is the Gothic cathedral,
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Glasgow, May 2000 Slovakia, a republic in Central Europe, bordered in the north by Poland, in the east by Ukraine, in the south by Hungary, and in west by Austria and the Czech republic. There are rugged mountains in the central and northern part of Slovakia and lowlands in the south. Slovakia has temperate climate. We can enjoy cool, hot summers and cold, cloudy, humid winters with plenty of snow allow spend the time on skies.
The capital of Slovakia, the town, where I was born and where I have grown up, is really bustling town. In Bratislava, people would not sit on benches being bored, they will rather explore the town because there are so many interesting places. You can walk along the Danube riverside, go through the Michaels Gate, visit the Bratislava Castle or walk over the New Bridge. A great spot in the town centre is St. Martins Cathedral, the site of the coronation of 17 Hungarian kings and queens. The House at the Good Shepherd Exhibition of Historic Clocks, narrow toy-like building calls itself narrowest in Europe, there you can see the table clock carved from a single piece of wood. Michaels Gate is the most recognisable symbol of the old town. Students say that if you talk between the outer and inner gates you will have bad luck, especially during exam times. The tower museum, hidden behind the plain wooden door, has a strong display of weaponry.

88. Sudan
slovakia For many, the changes have meant destruction of everyday social Centuries of difficult Slovak history have confirmed that the Slovak people
Menu: Deutsch English News and Views: Contents Slovakia: For many, the changes have meant destruction of everyday social securities
Martina Grochalova, Bratislava (04.2005) Do you share a frontier with Italy? Do you have your own language? Why did you decide to leave Czechoslovakia? These are questions frequently asked by people from abroad. Slovakia is often confused with Slovenia and identified with the Czech Republic. In fact, this central European country officially called the Slovak Republic with a population of about 5.4 million has for many years written its own (hi)story. Way of the Slovak nation Roots of the Slovak and another Slavic nations go back to the 5th century when Slavic tribes settled in the territory of present Slovakia and were united under Greater Moravia. In the 9th century after the arrival of the brothers Cyril and Methodius from Byzantium to Greater Moravia, Slavic nations got the first Slavonic alphabet, the translation of several religious works into the ancient Slavonic language and also ? this was really unusual ? an approved Slavonic version of the liturgy that became the fourth official liturgical language after Latin, Greek and Hebrew. The great poem Proglas (Foreword), which has no parallel in European poetry, dates from this period. From the 10th until the 20th centuries, Slovakia formed part of multinational state units ? the Hungarian State (10th-16th) and the Habsburg monarchy (16th-20th centuries).

89. Fryske Akademy
Strasbourg Council of Europe. Statistical Database. Education for Minorities in slovakia, history in Brief and the Present Situation.

90. History1
history 1. ON THE WAY TO NATIONHOOD chance that the idea of panSlavism has roots in slovakia. Its most significant representatives were Jan Kollar
HISTORY 1 ON THE WAY TO NATIONHOOD One of the most active of these was Juraj Fandly (1750-1811), priest, writer and educationalist, who proclaimed belief in enlightenment with the words: "The time of enlightenment is upon us. Through language, writing and books, we shall strive to raise our nation, if not to the golden, at least to the silver, age." BEGINNINGS OF NATIONAL
Slovaks were conditioned to the idea of national independence through disputes with the Hungarians during the 18th century. This was the time when scholar-priests and writers focused their activities on language, culture and education. A quarter of the Slovaks were Protestants, but the rest were mainly Catholics. Protestants used Czech as their liturgical and literary language interspersed with a few Slovak words. This was also the language of the first Slovak periodical - Prespurské noviny (Pressburg News), which first appeared in 1783. Protestants cultivated Czech and printed their works in that language. Catholic Slovaks used Latin in the liturgy. In their sermons catholic priests would interlard various Slovak dialects, for there was no codified official or literary Slovak at that time. It was natural, therefore, that the notion of a codified official Slovak language should strike root among Slovak Catholics, in the two western Slovak towns of Bratislava and Trnava.

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92. History Of Slovakia
Provides a history of slovakia from the 11th Century to the present.
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From the 11th until the early 20th century, present-day Slovakia was under Hungarian rule, either directly or as a part of the Habsburg Empire. Intellectuals seeking to revive the Slovak language and culture began the Slovak national revival in the 19th century. The formation of the Czechoslovak Republic in 1918 following World War I satisfied the common aspirations of Czechs and Slovaks for independence from the Habsburg Empire. Although Czechoslovakia was the only east-central European country to remain a parliamentary democracy from 1918 to 1938, it was plagued with minority problems, the most important of which concerned the country's large German population. In 1938, the Allies concluded the Munich agreement that forced Czechoslovakia to cede the predominantly German region known as Sudetenland to Germany. Then, in March 1939 Germany invaded what remained of Bohemia and Moravia and established a German protectorate. Slovakia had already declared its independence on March 14, 1939, and had become a Nazi German puppet state led by Jozef Tiso. On August 29, 1944, 60,000 Slovak troops organized by the underground rose up against the Nazis and the Tiso regime in what became known as the Slovak National Uprising. Although ultimately unsuccessful, this act of resistance became an important historical landmark for the Slovaks. At the close of World War II, Soviet troops overran all of Slovakia, Moravia, and much of Bohemia.

93. Bratislava, Slovakia - Bratislava Information, Tips, Guide, History, Buildings,
General information on city and its districts, history, modern architecture and attractions of the capital.
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Population density per km Nové Mesto Area: 37.6 km Number of inhabitants: Population density per km Raèa Area: 23.8 km Number of inhabitants: Population density per km Vajnory Area: 13.3 km Number of inhabitants: Population density per km Welcome to Bratislava, Slovakia - wonderful city in Central Europe. Bratislava (Pressburg, Poszonyi) is capital of Slovakia close to Vienna, Austria and Budapest, Hungary. We are glad to provide with tips and information on Bratislava, Slovakia and also accommodation in Bratislava. We recommend the following websites to visit: Information on Slovakia Slovak language facts Bratislava hotels, apartments and pensions Welcome again to city of Bratislava, Slovakia. Region characteristics Area: 367,6 km Geographical coordinates: o northern latitude

94. Country Study Slovakia Social Studies
slovakia A guide to law, constitution/s, legal history, slovakia A good overview of slovakia, history, government, statistics and more.
Slovakia People History Culture Home Afghanistan Social Studies Albania Social Studies Algeria Social Studies ... Vietnam Social Studies You may find additional information about the country of your choice in the sections for Archaeology Anthropology or Ancient Civilizations Slovakia Tourism Please Note: If you sometimes get an error message when clicking on a large text link, don't give up. Try the URL link instead. There are times when the large text link doesn't "take" for some reason, thus the built-in redundancy. Thank you. Go to Slovakia Capital City Bratislava City Profile CIA - The World Factbook Slovakia A detailed look at Slovakia including history, culture, political structure, economy and many other topics. - From US Central Intelligence Agency - Colleges and Universities - Slovakia List of schools with direct contact links. - From Christina DeMello -

95. President Of The Slovak Republic - A Brief History Of Slovakia
Home A Brief history of slovakia. When we look at the map of Europe, Since then the Hungarian history became part of the Slovak history, because both

96. Slovakia - Facts About Slovakia Including Map And Flag Images
Maps,Flags,history,Geography,Economics WorldAtlas. http// slovakia - history,Geography and Economic information
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Slovakia Introduction Slovakia Background: In 1918 the Slovaks joined the closely related Czechs to form Czechoslovakia. Following the chaos of World War II, Czechoslovakia became a Communist nation within Soviet-ruled Eastern Europe. Soviet influence collapsed in 1989 and Czechoslovakia once more became free. The Slovaks and the Czechs agreed to separate peacefully on 1 January 1993. Historic, political, and geographic factors have caused Slovakia to experience more difficulty in developing a modern market economy than some of its Central European neighbors. Geography Slovakia Location: Central Europe, south of Poland Geographic coordinates: 48 40 N, 19 30 E Map references: Europe Area: total: 48,845 sq km
water: 45 sq km
land: 48,800 sq km Area - comparative: about twice the size of New Hampshire Land boundaries: total: 1,524 km

97. SEELRC : Slovak Webliography
A concise history of slovakia in six parts with introduction. A fivepart history of slovakia by Dusan Kovac, from early historical to the formation of
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98. ShtetLinks Site For Stropkov, Slovakia

Illustrated Slovak history a Struggle for Sovereignty in Central Europe. Slovak history Chronology Lexicon. By Dusan Skvarna et al.
  • Historicky ustav (Akademie ved Ceske republiky). Historicky atlas mest Ceske republiky. . Praha : Historicky ustav Akademie ved CR, 1995-.
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  • Illustrated Slovak History: a Struggle for Sovereignty in Central Europe . By Anton Spiesz ; translation by Martin Vortruba. Wauconda, IL: Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, 2001.
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  • Kdo byl kdo v nasich dejinách do roku 1918. [autori, Pavel Augusta ... et al.]. 4. vyd. Praha: Nakl. Libri, 1999.
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  • Politická elita meziválecného ceskoslovenska, 1918-1938: kdo byl kdo. [napsal kolektiv pracovníku Historického ústavu Akademie ved CR pod vedením Frantiska Koláre]. Praha: Prazska edice, 1998.
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  • By Dusan Skvarna ... [et al.] ; translation by David P. Daniel. Wauconda, IL: Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers; Bratislava: Slovenské pedagogické nakl., 2000. (WILS On order)
  • Voisine-Jechova, Hana. Histoire de la littérature tchèque.

history of Czechoslovakia, focusing on developments in slovakia in the 1950s and 1960s ane the history of the Social Democratic movement in slovakia.
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Vlastimil Hála (1951) is a researcher at the Institute of Philosophy, Academy of Sciences, Prague. His principal area of interest is ethics in the history of philosophy. He is author of the monograph Impulsy Kantovy etiky [Impulses of Kant's ethics] and a number of articles (inclusding the topics Bolzano, Brentano, Hoesle, and Habermas). František Kautman (1927) is a literary historian and author, and is concerned with the theory and interpretation of the literary work, as well as comparative work on Czech, Russian, and German literatures. His publications includes Svìt Franze Kafky [The world of Franz Kafka] (1991), Dostojevskij, vìèný problém èlovìka [Dostoevsky: The eternal problem of man] (1992), K typologii literární kritiky a literární vìdy [A typology of literary criticism and scholarship] (1996). Antoine Mares (1950) lectures on central European, Czech, and Slovak history at the Institut national des langues et civilisations orientales and other French universities. He is director of the Centre d'Etude de l'Europe mediane, and currently heads CEFRES in Prague. He is the author of Histoire des pays tcheques et slovaques and principal co-author of a number of other publications.

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