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VYDÁVA HISTORICKÝ ÚSTAV SLOVENSKEJ AKADÉMIE VIED
ISSN 0018-2575 (print)
ISSN 2585-9099 (online)
Historický časopis (ročník 67), 2019, č. 1
O B S A H
Š t ú d i e
Nemeš, Jaroslav: Príspevok k založeniu uhorskej
kaplnky v Aachene kráľom Ľudovítom I. (1360) ... 3
M a t e r i á l y
R e c e n z i e
Duchoňová, Diana: Palatín Mikuláš Esterházy.
Dvorská spoločnosť a aristokratická každodennosť (Viliam Čičaj) ... 173
C O N T E N T S
A r t i c l e s
Nemeš, Jaroslav: Contribution to the Foundation
of the Hungarian Chapel in Aachen by King Louis I (1360) ... 3
M a t e r i a l s
Arpáš, Róbert: The Slovak Autonomist Youth against Czechoslovak Unity ... 157
R E V I E W – A N N O T A T I O N S – B I B L I O G R A P H Y – C H R O N I C L E
I N H A L T
S t u d i e n
Nemeš, Jaroslav: Beitrag zur Errichtung der
Ungarnkapelle in Aachen durch König Ludwig I. (1360) ... 3
M a t e r i a l i e n
Arpáš, Róbert: Slowakische autonomistische Jugend gegen die tschechoslowakische Einheit ... 157
K R I T I K – G L O S S E N – B I B L I O G R A P H I E – C H R O N I K
NEMEŠ, Jaroslav. Contribution to the Foundation of the Hungarian Cha-pel in Aachen by King Louis I (1360).
Historický časopis, 2019, 67, 1, pp. 3-22, Bratislava.
King Louis I of Hungary founded the chapel in Aachen for Hungarian pilgrims, providing it with relics of Hungarian saints and liturgical equipment. The chapel in the Gothic style was added to the south side of the church. Maintenance and operation of the chapel, as well as supplies for two chaplains, were provided from the surrounding markets, and the land was acquired in cooperation with the Aachen town authorities. The chapel with its equipment and two chaplains was placed in the care of the town and canons in 1370. Pope George XI granted an annual indulgence to all who confessed and visited the chapel. Henry Abbot of Pilis abbot meritoriously contributed to the chapel foundation. His mission referred to negotiations and contractual provision of all relevant matters. The chapel had served its purpose for a few centuries when it burnt down in 1656. Later it was reconstructed in the Baroque style.
Key words: Kingdom of Hungary. 14th century. Louis I. Aachen. Church History. Pilgrimage.
JANURA, Tomáš. The Filling of Official Posts in the County of Spiš in the Period 1711–1785.
Historický časopis, 2019, 67, 1, pp. 23-51, Bratislava.
The study is devoted to tracing the officials in the administration of the County of Spiš: assessors, deputy reeves, ordinary reeves, deputy fiscals, fiscals, tax collectors, auditors, treasurers, deputy notaries, notaries and deputy sheriffs. For each post, the period of its existence and its standard or specific position in the framework of county administration in Hungary are analysed. Tracing the length of terms of office, whether there were age limits for particular functions, whether there was career progression and which families held individual offices in the given period is an important part of the text.
Key words: Deputy sheriff. Máriássy family. Görgey family.
HAJDINOVÁ, Eva. Conflict of Loyalties. Attitudes of the Slovak Episcopate During the Complicated Negotiation of the Modus Vivendi Agreement 1928–1935.
Historický časopis, 2019, 67, 1, pp. 53-81, Bratislava.
Within the framework of conflicts of loyalties, the author analyses the variable attitudes of the Slovak episcopate between 1928 and 1934 towards the complex negotiations regarding the application of the Modus vivendi agreement. In the unstable post-war social, political and economic climate, the Czechoslovak state imposed a sequester on the Slovak ecclesiastical estates. This progressively caused dissatisfaction, scepticism, and distrust amongst Slovak church dignitaries; leading to severe complaints to the Vatican against the Czechoslovak government by representatives of the Catholic Church in Slovakia, led by the Bishop of Spiš, Msgr. Ján Vojtaššák. The conflict within the state culminated in secret negotiations that took place in December 1932 and June 1934 between the Slovak bishops and the Archbishop of Esztergom Jusztinián Serédi.
Keywords: Modus vivendi. Slovak episcopate. Diocesan boundaries. Relations between Czechoslovakia and the Holy See. Administration of Church estates. Loyalty.
TIŠLIAR, Pavol – ŠPROCHA, Branislav – ŠKORVANKOVÁ, Eva. Trends and Directions in Population Policy in Slovakia, 1918–1945.
Historický časopis, 2019, 67, 1, pp.83-101, Bratislava.
The paper is concerned with the main changes of direction in population policy in Slovakia in the period 1918–1945. Gradual appearance and deepening of changes in reproductive behaviour in the framework of the demographic revolution was characteristic of this period. The number of births decreased and so did infant mortality. On the other hand, limited possibilities for application outside the primary sector forced many people of productive age to seek employment abroad. The population policy of inter-war Czechoslovakia was contradictory and unsystematic. On the one hand, it strove to raise the birth rate, especially in relation to the very low fertility in the western parts of the state, but on the other it promoted migration to solve the problem of unemployment. After the break up of Czechoslovakia and the formation of the Slovak state, various measures were introduced with the aim of increasing the population. However, these were not intended for the Jewish and Roma populations, which were subjected to racial persecution by law.
Key words: Population policy. Ideas on population. Demographic development. Slovakia. First half of the 20th century.
PAVČÍK, Filip. Reactions of the slovak cultural community to the soviet campaign against so called formalism in the arts between the years 1936 and 1938.
Historický časopis, 2019, 67, 1, pp. 103-125, Bratislava.
The study focuses on the reactions of the Slovak cultural community to the Soviet campaign against so-called formalism in the arts between the years 1936 and 1938. The paper analyses public reactions to the fabricated political trials and the subsequent persecutions and wide-ranging arrests of Soviet artists and intellectuals in the Slovak cultural journals. While the discussions among communist and Ľudák intellectuals about Stalin´s terror in the thirties have been the subjects of several historical studies, the opinions of Slovak liberal and democratic writers and intellectuals are barely known. Many of these writers shared communist ideas about the liberalization and democratization of the Soviet Union, although this cannot be completely generalized and depends on specific authors. The study wants to emphasize that the illusions and unrealistic ideas remained among them during the whole period of the thirties and also after the Second World War during the last part of the Stalin epoch.
Key words: Campaign against formalism. Soviet Union. André Gide. Slovak artists and intellectuals. Cultural journals.
POLÁČKOVÁ, Zuzana – VAN DUIN C., Pieter. Authoritarianism in crisis: Portugal, Czechoslovakia, and ‘1968’.
Historický časopis, 2019, 67, 1, pp. 127-155, Bratislava.
This article makes a comparative analysis of political developments in Portugal and Czechoslovakia during the 1960s and early 1970s, focusing on the historic year ‘1968’ and its preconditions. The two countries experienced authoritarian regimes that went through a crisis of both a systemic and a moral kind, reaching a climax in 1968. In Czechoslovakia the liberalization policy of Alexander Dubček and his reform-communist coalition triggered spontaneous political and cultural activities among the population, which became a threat to the system of one-party rule. The Warsaw Pact invasion in August 1968 put an end to this experiment and the illusion of reform communism. The analysis of the causes, contradictions, and failure of liberalization remains a challenging subject for contemporary historians. Comparing the Czechoslovak experience with the evolution of the right-wing dictatorship in Portugal during the same period, may help to deepen our understanding of the nature and limits of authoritarianism in Europe. In Portugal the protracted regime of António Salazar came to an end in the same year 1968 after a series of manifestations of political crisis in the 1960s had shown its weaknesses and the inevitability of reform. However, his successor Marcelo Caetano maintained the regime’s authoritarian core and only carried out some cosmetic changes to keep Portugal with its colonies afloat. The Portuguese had to wait until 1974 for the regime to collapse, a short period of time, however, compared with the twenty-one more years that the Czechs and Slovaks had to wait. The extent of political space for opposition activity and the nature of elite disunity are among the critical questions examined in this article, which makes a comparison of Portugal and Czechoslovakia a challenging endeavour.
Key terms: Authoritarian regimes. Portugal. Czechoslovakia. Political crisis. Democratization.
ARPÁŠ, Róbert. The Slovak Autonomist Youth against Czechoslovak Unity.
Historický časopis, 2019, 67, 1, pp. 157-171, Bratislava.
The Czechoslovak Republic was constructed as the
nation state of the “Czechoslovak nation”. This was expressed on the ideological
level by promotion of the theory of so-called Czechoslovakism. In spite of its
vague formulation, it contributed to the Slovaks not being recognized as a
nation in the Czechoslovak Republic. This was opposed by the autono-mist camp,
which had the political aims of gaining recognition of the Slovaks as a nation
and obtaining political autonomy for Slovakia. The failure of the autonomists to
achieve their aims led to the radicalization of their movement in the 1930s.
Activation of the younger generation significantly contributed to this. The
statements of its representatives on the idea of Czechoslovak unity were
substantially sharper. In contrast to the older
Key words: Czechoslovakia. Autonomism. Czechoslovakism. Nation. Youth.
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