Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Tibor Pichler and Jana Gašparíková.|
|Series||Cultural heritage and contemporary change., v. 5, Slovak philosophical studies ;, 1|
|Contributions||Pichler, Tibor., Gašparíková, Jana.|
|LC Classifications||DB2768 .L36 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 232 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||232|
|ISBN 10||1565180364, 1565180372|
|LC Control Number||93011884|
Title: Slovak ako národné indivíduum (The Slovak as a national individuality) Originally published: In Slovensko a kultúra, ed. by Samuel Stefan Osuský, Bratislava, Slov. Ev. a v. Theol. Akademia, Language: SlovakThe excerpts used are from the re-edition Ján Lajčiak, Slovensko a kultúra, ed. by Borislav Petrik and Kveta Daškova (Bratislava: Q, ), pp. 67–Author: Ján Lajčiak. Maria Gulovich: OSS Heroine of World War II by Sonya N. Jason pages. Available at: Publisher Amazon Book Depository. During WWII, Slovak schoolteacher Maria Gulovichova agreed to hide two Jews; that agreement began a series of events that included being a courier for the resistance, enduring gangrene feet, a first love, and trekking through the Low Tatra mountains in the winter with. The MP3 audio files by book 2 are a part of our Slovak language course. Download all audios for free as MP3 files. Text book - Slovak for beginners If you prefer to learn Slovak using printed materials, you can buy the book "Slovak for beginners" by book 2. You can buy it . History and Ethnic Relations Emergence of the Nation. Slovaks trace their origins to the Slavic peoples who migrated from the European-Asian frontier to the area between the Danube and the Carpathians in the fifth and sixth centuries C.E. As increasingly sophisticated agricultural peoples, those Slavs established permanent communities in the Morava, Ipel', Torysa, Vah, and Nitra river valleys.
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