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From Campaigns against “Judeo-Bolshevism“ to Proposals for the Solution of the “Jewish Question”. Anti-Semitism in the Journalism of Karol Körper from the Second Half of the 1930s

Szabó, Miloslav

This article examines the effects of anti-Semitism on the journalism of Karol Körper. Karol Körper was a Catholic priest and a politician within Hlinka’s Slovak People’s Party from about 1935 to the early 1940s. Specifically, the article follows the formation of anti-Semitism conspiracies provoked by campaigns against “Judeo-Bolshevism” that resulted in proposal for the resolution of the so-called Jewish question from 1936–1938.

Nová žena Journal in Attack and Defence: WWII in the Catholic Women's Union Journal

Zavacká, Marína

The paper focuses on the war career of the Nová žena journal, more precisely, on war-time strategies applied by a journal exhibiting specific features. The first one is that the Nová žena was not only for women, but entirely women´s – written and run by women only. The next typical feature was the lasting political and ideological orientation towards neutral Vatican, which was a source of permanent contradictions with the official propaganda contents preferred by the war-time Slovak state.

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