HUNGARIAN PERCEPTION OF MILAN HODZA'S FIRST CENTRAL EUROPEAN PLAN (Madarska percepcia prveho stredoeuropskeho planu Milana Hodzu)
Czechoslovakia (1918-1993) and its leading politicians played an important role in the 20th century history of Central Europe. The authors analyse the first plan of Milan Hodza, one of the most important Slovak politicians of the first Czechoslovak state (1918 -1939), concerning Central Europe. Milan Hodza, as a prime minister, published his plan named after him in January 1936, and it initiated the economic cooperation of the Danubian states. The authors present the Hungarian and international reactions to the Hodza's plan and its quick failure, mainly on the basis of Hungarian documents. They conclude that the reason for its failure was that it was not in the interest of any country except Czechoslovakia.
- Laszlo Gulyas, Szegedi Tudomanyegyetem, 6724 Szeged Mars- ter 7, Hungary; http://www.historickycasopis.sk
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