In: Historický časopis, vol. 65, no. 4
Rok, strany: 2019, 655 - 674
Christianity. Pribina. Slovakia. Autonomy. Czechoslovak nation.
Typ dokumentu: časopis
The 1930s was an extraordinarily complex period in Czechoslovakia. The economic crisis contributed to the new escalation of the nationality problem. The discontented regions also included Slovakia, where the people had reservations towards the ideology of the state “Czechoslovak nation”. A basic factor was also the conservative inclinations of the Slovak people and the associated influence of Christianity. The government endeavoured to use this in favour of Czechoslovak unity, since according to the knowledge of the time, 1933 would be the 1100th anniversary of the consecration of the first Christian church in the territory of Czecho--slovakia. However, the defenders of Slovak national aspirations also attempted to use Prince Pribina’s historic act in their favour. The supporters of the two camps came into conflict on the main day of the so-called Pribina celebrations, and this influenced the later perception of the whole event. However, it was a distorted picture because the anniversary was celebrated over several months. Emphasis on the antiquity and cultural maturity of Slovakia predominated during most of the associated events.
Arpáš, R. 2019. PRIBINOVE SLÁVNOSTI AKO PRIPOMIENKA CIRKEVNO-NÁRODNEJ VEĽKOMORAVSKEJ TRADÍCIE. In Historický časopis, vol. 65, no.4, pp. 655-674. ISSN 2585-9099. DOI: https://doi.org/10.31577/histcaso.2017.65.4.4
Arpáš, R. (2019). PRIBINOVE SLÁVNOSTI AKO PRIPOMIENKA CIRKEVNO-NÁRODNEJ VEĽKOMORAVSKEJ TRADÍCIE. Historický časopis, 65(4), 655-674. ISSN 2585-9099. DOI: https://doi.org/10.31577/histcaso.2017.65.4.4
Vydavateľ: Historický ústav SAV
Publikované: 30. 3. 2019