Count Janos Esterhazy: Life and Works of the Great Son of the Hungarian Highland: Lessons to Be Drawn from the Events of a Stormy Period in European History, to Facilitate the Efforts for the Achievement of a Lasting and Peaceful Cooperation Among the Peoples of the Danubian Ba
Danubian Press, 1990. jan. 1. - 306 oldal
Mit mondanak mások - Írjon ismertetőt
Nem találtunk ismertetőket a szokott helyeken.
The Awakening and Growth of Slovak
and Benes Are Busy Destroying the AustroHungarian
30 további fejezet nem látható
agreement arbitration August autonomy became Benes Bled agreement border British Budapest Ciano Csaky Czech Czechoslovak Czechoslovak government Danubian Basin declared delegation demands diplomatic established Esterhazy's Father Hlinka Father Tiso February forces Foreign Minister Kanya French Geza Szullo goals grievances Henlein Hirek Hitler Hodza Horthy Hungarian government Hungarian Minister Hungarian minority Hungarian nation Hungarian population Hungarians in Slovakia Hungary Hungary's ibid Imredy independence Istvan Janos Esterhazy Jaross June Kalman Kum.res.pol Little Entente London Lord Runciman Magda March Masaryk ment military Munich national minorities negotiations noted November October op.cit Orszagos Leveltar Paris peace treaties parliament Peace Conference peace treaties Poland policies Polish political Pozsony Pragai Magyar Hirlap Prague Prague government President Prime Minister promised question reported Ribbentrop Rumanian September Slovak language Slovak National Slovak National Council Slovak Peoples Party Soviet Union speech Subcarpathian Ruthenia Sudeten German Party territories tion Treaty of Trianon United Hungarian Party Vienna Decision wanted Western powers