Title: Mikuláš Stano a jeho polonofilné postoje v medzivojnovom období
Mikuláš Stano and his Polonophilic Attitudes during the Inter-war Period
Author: Matula Pavol
DOI: 10.17846/ SHN.2019.23.1.109-121
Source: Studia Historica Nitriensia, year: 2019, vol.: 23, number: 1, pages: 109-121
Abstract: The article aims to map and analyze the development of Mikuláš Stano´s polonophilic attitudes in the 1920s and 1930s. The principal intention is to detect the beginnings of his Polish orientation and his following activities in this area. Mikuláš Stano was not just a translator, but also a propagator of Polish culture and influence in Slovakia. He began his orientation to Poland with scholarship stays in Jagiellonian University in Cracow and continued by writing to professor Władysław Semkowicz. Mikuláš Stano remained faithful his polonophilic attitudes to the end of his life.
Keywords: Slovak-Polish Relations; 1918 – 1939; Polonophiles; Mikuláš Stano; Polish Literature; Cracow;
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