Slovakia Travel Guide

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Slovakia Travel Destination
Bratislava, Slovakia
Bardejov, Slovakia
Kosice, Slovakia

Slovakia Tourism:
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Slovakia Folklore
Slovakia Museums
Slovakia Natural Environment
Slovakia Ski Winter Sports
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Slovakia World Heritage Site

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History of Slovakia:
Before the 5th Century

Great Invasions of the 4th-7th Centuries

Slavic States

The Era of Great Moravia
Kingdom of Hungary

Czechoslovakia and World War II

Rule of the Communist Party

Establishment of the Slovak Republic

Slovakia Geography & Climate
Slovakia Demographics

Slovakia Politics

Slovakia Regions & Districts

Slovakia Economy
Slovakia Industry

Slovakia Infrastructures

Slovakia Tourism

Slovakia Science

Slovakia Culture

Slovakia Literature

Slovakia Cuisine

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Trip Holidays Slovakia offers travel tips and information for top travel places and best destinations. We feature links, resources and large selection of budget airlines, chartered planes, sea cruises, ferries, travel agencies, land transports and attractions including beaches, medical tourism, retirement homes, historical and pilgrimage tours.


Slovakia Czechoslovakia and World War II

In 1918, Slovakia and the regions of Bohemia and Moravia formed a common state, Czechoslovakia, with the borders confirmed by the Treaty of Saint Germain and Treaty of Trianon. In 1919, during the chaos following the breakup of Austria-Hungary, Slovakia was attacked by the provisional Hungarian Soviet Republic and one-third of Slovakia temporarily became the Slovak Soviet Republic.

During the inter-war period, democratic and prosperous Czechoslovakia was under continuous pressure from the revisionist governments of Germany and Hungary, leading to a partial dismemberment on September 30, 1938 as a result of the Munich Agreement. The remainder of "rump" Czechoslovakia was renamed Czecho-Slovakia and included a greater degree of Slovak political autonomy. Southern Slovakia, however, would be lost to Hungary due to the First Vienna Award.

After Nazi Germany threatened to annex part of Slovakia and to allow the remaining regions to be partitioned by Hungary and Poland, Slovakia chose to maintain its national and territorial integrity, seceding from Czecho-Slovakia in March 1939 and allying itself, as demanded by Germany, with Hitler's coalition. The government of the First Slovak Republic, led by Jozef Tiso and Vojtech Tuka, was strongly influenced by Germany and gradually became a puppet regime in many respects. Most Jews were deported from the country and taken to Nazi concentration camps during the Holocaust; thousands of Jews, however, remained to labor in Slovak work camps in Sered, Vyhne, and Nováky. Tiso, through the granting of presidential exceptions, has been credited with saving as many as 40,000 Jews during the war, although other estimates place the figure closer to 4,000 or even 1,000. An anti-Nazi resistance movement launched a fierce armed insurrection, known as the Slovak National Uprising, in 1944. A bloody German occupation and a guerilla war followed.


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Slovakia Travel Destination
Bratislava Slovakia - Bardejov Slovakia - Kosice Slovakia

Slovakia Travel Informations and Slovakia Travel Guide
History of Slovakia: Before the 5th Century - Great Invasions of the 4th-7th Centuries - Slavic States
The Era of Great Moravia - Kingdom of Hungary - Czechoslovakia and World War II - Rule of the Communist Party
Establishment of the Slovak Republic

Slovakia Geography & Climate - Slovakia Demographics - Slovakia Politics - Slovakia Regions & Districts
Slovakia Economy - Slovakia Industry - Slovakia Infrastructures - Slovakia Tourism - Slovakia Science
Slovakia Culture
- Slovakia Literature - Slovakia Cuisine - Slovakia Music - Slovakia Sports

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