Gosiorovský, Milos

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Gosiorovský, Miloŝ


Born May 28, 1920, in the city of Vrútky. Czechoslovak historian; corresponding member of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences (1960). Slovak by nationality.

Since 1951, Gosiorovský has been a professor at J. A. Komensky University in Bratislava. During 1961–65 he was chief academic secretary of the Slovak Academy of Sciences. He is a specialist in the modern and recent history of Czechoslovakia and the Czechoslovak Communist Party. Gosiorovský received the State Prize of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic in 1952.


Prispevok děfinám slovenského robotnickeho hnutia. Bratislava, 1951.
Slovenské narodné povstanie. Bratislava, 1954.
In Russian translation:
Istoriia slovatskogo rabochego dvizheniia, 1848–1918. Moscow, 1958. (Translated from Slovak.)
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