Czechoslovak crisis 1938

Political and Societal Problems in Slovakia from 1935 until 1938

Bystrický, Valerián

The situation in Slovakia from the mid 1930s was influenced mostly by weakening effects of the Great Depression and the threatening signals coming from the Nazi Germany. Handling of those phenomenon was the basic task for the government. Its urgency was growing due to the pressure from abroad which was a threat for the territorial integrity and even the existence of the Czechoslovak Republic. The problem of attitude toward the organization of the state security was coming out like never before. Opinions about international affairs, allied agreements and about great powers were culminating.

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