Alternatives and dead ends of the minority policy in the 20th century

Alternatives and dead ends of the minority policy in the 20th century

Alternatives and dead ends of the minority policy in the 20th century – Aspects to evaluation of the policy of János Esterházy.
Closure conference of the project „Life and political role of János Esterházy in archival and press sources” supported by the Visegrad Fund
Forum Minority Research Institute, Šamorín, Parková 4.
6 September, 2013

 

 

Welcoming words of Mr. Attila Simon, the expert manager of the project:

Opening speach of Ms Teréz Oborni (Scientific Secretary, Research Centre for the Hu-manities, Hungarian Academy of Sciences):

Opening speach of László Öllös, president of the Forum Institute:

Opening speach of Ms PhDr. Edita Ivaničková CSc. Vice-Director. Institute of History of SAS:

Štefan Šutaj: János Esterházy – symbol of different Hungarian – Slovak perspective on history

Arkadiusz Adamczyk: János Esterházy – a Hungarian, Slovak, Polish or European?

Discussion

László Szarka: Autonomy of Slovakia and the revisionist policy of Hungary

Andrej Tóth: The role of Esterházy on the political scene of Czechoslovakia between the two world wars

István Janek: Mediation activities of Esterházy between the governments of Hungary and Slovakia in the years 1939–1944

Discussion

Attila Simon: Attempts to remove János Esterházy from the position of the Hungarian Party leader in the end of 1944

László Bukovszky: Esterházy in the light of State Security sources

Imre Molnár: Attempts of the family members to rescue Esterházy (based on family sources)

Miroslav Michela: Historians and public representations of János Estreházy in Slovakia after 1989

Closing discussions