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From Autonomy to Independence – the History of the “One Day” State


Authors:
Kostadin Kostadinov Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Studies with Ethnographic Museum at BAS, Bulgaria

Pages: 370-376
DOI: https://doi.org/10.54664/BDDA3539

Abstract:

The crisis of the Versailles political system in Europe in the 1930s allowed one of the small European nations – the Rusyns, to try to acquire their statehood. The autonomy, that they have been in place since 1919, is getting even bigger to reach the final decay of Czechoslovakia in 1939 until the desired independence is achieved. Hungarian aggression, however, as well as the lack of domestic political support, lead to a total collapse of attempts to acquire political autonomy. The independence of the Rusyn state continues exactly one day.

Keywords:

Rusyns, Rusyn state, Hungarian aggression, Czechoslovakia

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