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Detailed History of Slovakia (till 1714) __ A timeline along with links to additional materials. - From Unknown -

Economy - a historic overview | Slovakia __ "Slovakia, which until 1918, was known mostly under the name of "High Hungary" or "the Highlands", but also known under the Turkish name of "To’t vilajet ", is an ancient economic entity. As early as 100 B.C., in Bratislava, coins were struck under the name of "biateque."  An over of Slovak economic history. - From - 

History | Slovakia __ You will find a collection of click-to-read articles along with a Six Part Historical Overview of Slovakia. - From -

History of Slovakia __ "Radiocarbon dating puts the oldest surviving archaeological artifacts from Slovakia - found near Nové Mesto nad Váhom - at 270,000 BCE, in the Early Paleolithic era. These ancient tools, made by the Clactonian technique, bear witness to the ancient habitation of Slovakia."  An encyclopedic article with links to additional resources. - illustraed - From wikipedia -


History of Slovakia __ A comprehensive history of Slovakia in the form of 12 click-to-read chapters. - From Jozef Komornik - 

History of Slovakia __ "Comprehensive online resources about the history of the country of Slovakia." - From -

History of Slovakia - Embassy of Slovak Republic in USA __ Here are 14 brief chapters chronologically covering events on the territory of Slovakia. - From -

History of Slovakia: Primary Documents - EuroDocs __ You will find click-to-read documents and resources about Slovakia history. - From -

The Slovak Republic during World War II __ "On March 14, 1939, Slovakia declared its independence, causing itself the Slovak Republic. Monsignor Tiso was elected president of this new republic. A clerical nationalist, Tiso opposed the Nazification of Slovak society and hoped instead to establish Slovakia as a nationalist, Christian, corporative state."  Good look at this period in Slovakia's history. - illustrated - From - 

Slovakia - History __ "The first known peoples of the territory of present-day Slovakia were Celts, who lived in the region about 50 BC. The Celts were pushed out by Slavs, who moved in from the east at the beginning of the modern era."  A general history. - From -


Slovakia History __ A general overview of the history of Slovakia along with additional information about Slovakia. - From -

Slovakia History __ "In 907, the Great Moravian Empire collapsed as a result of the political intrigues of its rulers and invasion by Hungary. By 1018 the whole of Slovakia was annexed by Hungary and remained so for the next 900 years, although the Spis region of East Slovakia belonged to Poland from 1412 to 1772."  A colorful history of Slovakia. - From -  

Slovakia: History __ "The area now constituting Slovakia was settled by Slavic tribes in the 5th–6th cent. A.D. In the 9th cent. Slovakia formed part of the great empire of Moravia, under whose rulers Christianity was introduced by Saints Cyril and Methodius. ..."  A general overview of Slovakia history along with additional information about the country. - From -

Slovakia - History & Background, Constitution & Legal Foundation ... __ General history, legal and political history along with history of Slovakia's educational system. - From Net Industries -

The Virtual Jewish History Tour: Slovakia __ "Jews have lived in the Slovakian region since the 11th century. In the 14th century, nearly 800 Jews resided in Bratislava. The majority of Jews engaged in commerce and money lending."  A history of the Jewish People in Slovakia. - illustrated - From - 


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