Martin Declaration of 1918

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Martin Declaration of 1918

 

a declaration of the Slovak National Council (formed by bourgeois circles in the city of Turčiansky Svätý Martin, now Martin) on the entry of Slovakia into a united Czechoslovak state. Adopted by the Slovak National Council on Oct. 30, 1918, the declaration was the result of a popular movement that evolved in Slovakia under the influence of the Great October Socialist Revolution in Russia.

REFERNECE

Grečo, M. Martinskñ deklardcia, 2nd ed. Bratislava, 1947.
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