Minority Hungarian Communities in the Twentieth Century

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Nándor Bárdi, Csilla Fedinec, László Szarka
Social Science Monographs, 2011 - History - 859 pages

The authors review the twentieth-century history of Hungarian communities that became minorities within Czechoslovakia, Romania, Yugoslavia, and Austria after World War I. They trace these developments over ninety years of social, political, economic, and cultural upheaval and examine in detail the relationship between such communities and the majority nations in which they found themselves. The volume also follows changes in these groups' political and legal statuses.

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Nandor Bardi, Csilla Fedinec, and László Szarka are prominent Hungarian researchers and members of the Research Institute of Ethnic and National Minorities at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

Laszlo Szarka is director of the institute.

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