Príbeh jedného hlavybôľu. Jozef Justh a martinské memorandum

Demmel, József

The article offers a new interpretation of history of the Slovak Memorandum from 1861 with the focus on the role of Jozef Justh. He has been mentioned quite often in connection with this document, but he is not a well-known character. Based on the traditional judgment made by his Slovak contemporaries in their memoires, he is considered as a "traitor of the Memorandum" and historiography later adopted this view. This image needs an in-depth correction.

"Stav zemiansky národa slovenského". Uhorská šľachta slovenského pôvodu

Demmel, József

In Slovak and Hungarian historiography and in the public opinions of the both nations as well, there is an extended image that in the Kingdom of Hungary before 1918 having Slovak identity and being a member of the nobility represented two opposing concepts about two irreconcilable social groups. Another widespread concept is that Slovaks were not a complete society within the Kingdom of Hungary as they lacked the nobility of Slovak origin. The aristocracy of Slovak origin (with Slovak as their mother language), had a distinguished position in the Kingdom of Hungary until the end of 1870s.

Medzi verejným blahom a osobným prospechom. Arény korupcie a jej reflexia v uhorskom diskurze v prvej polovici „dlhého“ 19. storočia

Šoltés, Peter

From the viewpoint of current perception and definition of corruption the first half the "long" 19th century represents a milestone. In the process of social modernisation (bureaucratisation, dissolution of corporative structures, spread of literacy etc.) new standards distinguishing between the legitimate co-creation of the public good and the legally and morally disqualifying practices of acquiring personal or group advantages were established.

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