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Milan Rastislav Štefánik

Mgr. Michal Kšiňan, PhD. (člen francúzsko-česko-slovenskej komisie historikov a člen Slovenskej historickej spoločnosti pri SAV) Muž, ktorý sa rozprával s hviezdami. Boli mu naklonené. Žiaľ, prikrátko. Milan Rastislav Štefánik. O ňom aj o štátnych hraniciach a identitách v moderných dejinách Slovenska budeme hovoriť vo Vede SK s Michalom Kšiňaňom z Historického ústavu SAV. (Zdroj: RTVS) Premiéra 2.10.2020

Keď monarchie padli. Aká bola nová Európa po prvej svetovej vojne?

Koncom roka 1918 sa na mape strednej Európy objavilo viacero nových štátov – medzi nimi aj stále formujúce sa Československo a na sever od našich hraníc za ešte dramatickejších okolností aj nový Poľský štát. (Zdroj: SME) Hosťom bol Michal Kšiňan. Premiéra 16.8.2020

Hungarian POWs in Italy and Their Future Prospects After WWI

Juhász, Balázs

For many Hungarian soldiers in Italy, 3 and 4 November 1918 meant not the armistice and a return home, but the beginning of a prolonged stay in one of the Italian prison camps. It is widely known why these soldiers fell into captivity, but their prospects of returning home are still somewhat unclear. The topic is particularly interesting since some of the Hungarian soldiers were to return to a different country from the one they left given that from 1918–1919 onward, their native land now belonged to one of the successor states of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy.

Yugoslav Ruling Of Rijeka (Fiume) in 1918, Seen by Stanislaw Krakow

Stojić, Biljana

This paper discusses a short but very important episode of First World War history concerning the Yugoslav ruling over Rijeka (Fiume) in 1918 as seen through the war experience and writings of Stanislaw Krakow. In the interwar period, Krakow became one of the most known representatives of Expressionism while at the same time a prominent journalist, philatelist, numismatist, art collector, movie director, etc.

Vystúpenia z druhej svetovej vojny

Frank, Robert

In his study the author deals with the exiting World War II from several viewpoints. First he analyses the heritage from the exiting World War I, that is those efforts which did not succeed after 1918, but became an inspiration for the post-1945 period, such as the international influence of the United States, the international justice system, the foundation of the UN and European integration. In the second part he focuses on the specifics of the exiting World War II such as the occupation, brutality and the global dimension.

Vystúpenie z Veľkej vojny prostredníctvom práva. Československo, jeho menšiny a ich ochrana v Spoločnosti národov

Ferenčuhová, Bohumila

The study applies the French term "sortie de guerre" (exiting the war) to the issues at the end of the Great War in the Habsburg monarchy, Central-Eastern Europe and in Slovakia, which was part of this area. It pays special attention to the issues of the minorities and the search for the possible ways in which they could be protected by international law and the treaties signed after the end of World War I. Exiting the war for Slovaks cannot be considered from a narrow local perspective.

Skončilo sa vystúpenie (Francúzska) z prvej svetovej vojny?

Audoin-Rouzeau, Stéphane

To start, the author asks a thought-provoking question – whether France has definitively exited World War I. He defends the methodological approach to exiting the war, which may better render the complexities of the reconciliation of the war experience than the oft-used term the post-war period. He deals with the different amounts of time taken, and especially the persisting grief from the loss of loved ones which carries over into the later generations and in such a way the Great War still seems to be relevant even today.

Vystúpenia z vojen: od napoleonských vojen po druhú svetovú vojnu

Ferenčuhová, Bohumila
Marès, Antoine
Kšiňan, Michal

This article is an introduction to the thematic issue of Forum Historiae 2/2018 dedicated to the subject of exiting wars in France and Central European countries in 19th and 20th centuries. In addition to introducing the main research questions and hypotheses, which the authors of the issue worked with, and to the outline of their main conclusions, the editors also provide a brief comparison of exiting wars in East-Central Europe in 20th century.

Boj s nákazlivými chorobami v Poľsku po prvej svetovej vojne

Rezmer, Waldemar

Epidemics of infectious diseases have always been associated with the humankind since times immemorial. They would always become widespread first in areas struck by wars. They caused death, economic disasters and conditions of famine, disorganisation of healthcare and sanitary structures and/or mass migrations of population. During WWI all these phenomena manifested themselves with enormous force.


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