|VEDECKÝ ČASOPIS O DEJINÁCH SLOVENSKA A STREDNEJ EURÓPY|
|VEDECKÝ ČASOPIS O DEJINÁCH SLOVENSKA A
STREDNEJ EURÓPY. VYDÁVA HISTORICKÝ ÚSTAV SLOVENSKEJ AKADÉMIE VIED.
Historický časopis, 62, 2/2014
O B S A H
Habaj, Michal: Herodotov ohlas v antike ... 181
Š t ú d i e
Hardi, Djura: Obrazy z každodenného života
šľachtickej rodiny Drugethovcov ako paradigma rytierskej kultúry a spôsobu
života novej aristokracie ... 203
Drgo, Ján: Legislatívne vymedzenie pojmu Žid v II. Česko-Slovenskej republike, I. Slovenskej republike a Protektoráte Čechy a Morava v rokoch 1938 – 1942 ... 303
Bartl, Július: Opäť o kráľovskom titule Svätopluka I. ... 325
R e c e n z i e
Vörös, Lázsló. Analytická historiografia versus
národné dejiny (Ján Haluška) ... 335
Glosy ... 359
Kronika ... 369
C O N T E N T S
Habaj, Michal: The Reception of Herodotus in Antiquity ... 181
A r t i c l e s
Hardi, Djura: Pictures of the Everyday Life of
the Drugeth Aristocratic Family as a Paradigm of Chivalrous Culture and the Way
of Life of the New Aristocracy ... 203
M a t e r i a l s
Drgo, Ján: The legislative definition of the term “Jew” in the Second Czecho-Slovak Republic, First Slovak Republic and Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia, 1938-1942 ... 303
Bartl, Július: Further consideration of the royal title of Svätopluk I. ... 325
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
Habaj, Michal: Herodots Resonanz in der Antike ... 181
S t u d i e n
Hardi, Djura: Die Alltagsbilder aus dem Leben der
Adelsfamilie Drugeth, als Paradigma der Ritterkultur und Lebensart der neuen
Aristokratie ... 203
Ma t e r i a l i e n
Drgo, Ján: Legislative Abgrenzung des Begriffs Jude in der II. Tschecho-Slowakischen Republik, I. Slowakischen Republik und im Protektorat Böhmen und Mähren in den Jahren 1938-1942 ... 303
Bartl, Július: Erneut über den Königstitel von Svatopluk I. ... 325
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
HABAJ, Michal. The Reception of Herodotus in Antiquity.
Historický časopis, 2014, 62, 2, pp. 181-202, Bratislava.
The submitted study deals with the reception of Herodotus in antiquity. It analyses who used his famous work The Histories and how. The article is divided into several parts according to historical periods. The author also deals with question of why Herodotus was read or rejected in these particular historical periods. The study is based on combination of the authors’ own research and the facts already provided by other authors.
Key words: Classical antiquity. Historiography. Greek literature. Herodotus. Reception.
HARDI, Djura. Pictures of the Everyday Life of the Drugeth Aristocratic Family as a Paradigm of Chivalrous Culture and the Way of Life of the New Aristocracy.
Historický časopis, 2014, 62, 2, pp. 203-224, Bratislava.
This work considers chivalrous culture, the everyday life and habits of the Drugeth family as typical representatives of the new aristocracy, which developed under the rule of Charles Robert (1301 – 1342), first King of Hungary from the Angevin dynasty. Due to its origin (Gallici), contacts with the dynasty and political role at the court, the foreign Drugeth family brought Western influences to the young court of Charles Robert at Visegrád. Using new examples and comparisons, the author endeavours to analyse and illustrate the views existing in historiography regarding the role of the Drugeth family in the process of introducing Western, chivalrous forms.
Key words: Chivalrous culture. Everyday life. Drugeth family. New aristocracy. King Charles Robert. Kingdom of Hungary. Visegrád.
DUDEKOVÁ, Gabriela. The System of Social Care in 19th Century Bratislava and its Modernization around 1900.
Historický časopis, 2014, 62, 2, pp. 225-252, Bratislava.
The study describes the main principles and stages of modernization in the long 19th century in the Kingdom of Hungary on both the state and local levels using the example of Pressburg / Bratislava. Since the reforms of Joseph II directed towards centralization of care for the poor in the Kingdom of Hungary were not implemented, care for poor and socially dependent people in the towns of Hungary was mainly the responsibility of municipal, church and charitable institutions. Until the fall of the Habsburg Monarchy, the Kingdom of Hungary devoted little attention to care for the poor, and state social policy had only weak effects. In comparison with other towns in Hungary, Pressburg / Bratislava had a mature network of communal and church institutions for social care, which were incorporated into an emerging system of communal social policy around 1900.
Key words: Communal social care. Social policy. Modernization. Kingdom of Hungary. Long 19th century.
GABZDILOVÁ, Soňa. The Policy of the Leadership of the Communist Party of Slovakia towards Hungarian Communists around 1950.
Historický časopis, 2014, 62, 2, pp. 253-274, Bratislava.
The study analyses the policy of the leadership of the Communist Party of Slovakia (CPS) towards communists of Hungarian nationality after February 1948. It examines the attitude of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia (CPC) and CPS to the membership of people of Hungarian nationality in their ranks with an emphasis on the fact that significant questions in this area were decided on the level of the CPC leadership in Prague. The Communist Party of Slovakia, already only a regional organization of the CPC, consistently put these decisions into practice. The paper gives a picture of the formation and activity of the Hungarian Commission at the Central Committee of the CPS, which worked from November 1948 to October 1949.
Key words: Communist Party of Slovakia. Hungarian minority. Hungarian communists.
BAŠTOVÁ, Petra. Changes and Constants in the Cultural Diplomacy of Germany and Austria in the 1960s and 1970s in Comparison with the Countries of Western Europe and the USA.
Historický časopis, 2014, 62, 2, pp. 275-302, Bratislava.
The cultural diplomacy of the Federal Republic of Germany underwent a period of great progress and fundamental changes during the 1960s and 1970s. This study analyses whether such a development was specific to Western Germany or whether it also occurred in other countries. A synchronic asymmetric historical comparison of cultural diplomacy is presented, comparing the FRG with other countries of the West, namely France, the USA, Great Britain, Italy and Austria, covering its chronological development, basic principles and its thematic and geographical priorities. The results show that the socio-historical factors, rather than international relations and transfers between nations, were considerably more influential for the development of cultural diplomacy in the Euro-Atlantic space in the 1960s and 1970s.
Key words: Cultural diplomacy. Federal Republic of Germany. France. USA. Great Britain.Italy. Austria.
DRGO, Ján. The legislative definition of the term “Jew” in the Second Czecho-Slovak Republic, First Slovak Republic and Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia, 1938 – 1942.
Historický časopis, 2014, 62, 2, pp. 303-323, Bratislava
The article with several chapters is concerned with the gradually increasing strictness of anti-Jewish legislation using the example of the legislative definition of the term “Jew” in the legal systems of the Second Czecho-Slovak Republic, Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia and First Slovak Republic. The individual chapters are concerned mainly with the gradual deviation from the original definition given by confessional and nationality criteria to definitions already directly influenced by the German model. We point to the fact that in contrast to the original attempts to define the term Jew on a confessional or nationality basis, which was determined mainly by the existing tradition of anti-Judaism in Czech and Slovak society, the introduction of the so-called Nuremberg definition was a result of the effort of Germany to get others to copy its own anti-Jewish legislation based on the nonsensical idea of the racial distinctness of the Jewish community. This had a much more drastic impact on the Jewish community in our territory. We pay particular attention to government decree no. 63/1939 Sl. z. on definition of the term “Jew” and setting of the number of Jews in some of the free professions, decree no. 198/1941 Sl. z. on the legal position of Jews, government decree no. 136/1940 Sb. z. a n. on the legal position of Jews in public life and finally government decree no. 85/1942 Sb. z. a n., which issued further legal norms on Jews and people of partly Jewish origin.
Key words: Jew. Person of partly Jewish origin. Legislation. Second Czecho-Slovak Republic. First Slovak Republic. Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia. Germany. Confessional definition. Nuremberg definition. Nuremberg Laws. Government decree no. 63/1939 Sl. z.§ Decree no. 198/1941 Sl. z., Government decree no. 136/1940 Sb. z. a n., Government decree no. 85/1942 Sb. z. a n.
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