Nálady a posto je slovenského obyvateľstva k tzv. židovskej otázke po potlačení Slovenského národného povstani, 1944–1945.

Hana Klamková


Public Mood and Opinion towards the so-called Jewish Question in Slovakia after the Supression of the Slovak National Uprising, 1944–1945.

This paper analyzes public reactions towards official anti-Semitism in Slovakia after the defeat of the Slovak National Uprising in October 1944. There are two research questions that this paper aims to answer: What was the mood and attitude of the Slovak society towards the so-called Jewish question in the final eight months of the existence of the Slovak state? What influenced the general mood and attitude in this period the most?


Keywords: mood and attitude, Slovak society, Holocaust

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