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Peter Kopecký, Misiunea militară a generalului Milan Rastislav Štefánik în România în lumina documentelor din arhivele militare române

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The military mission of general Milan Rastislav Štefánik in Romania, according to the documents from the Romanian Military Archives

There are many long-lasting privileged historical connections between Slovakia and Romania, reaching different and multiple fields. It is from this perspective that the Joint Slovak-Romanian Commission of Historians has been very active. The Commission has provided a lot of room for discussing Slovak personalities who acted in the interest of both nations on Romanian territory. For example: Vladimír Štefanovič, a solicitor, defended Romanian Memorandists during the so-called ”Cluj Trial” in 1894; Gustav Augustíny, a journalist from Tribuna of Sibiu, supported, on the intellectual field, both nations’ struggle for national emancipation; the former Czechoslovak prime minister Milan Hodža studied in Sibiu where his commemorative tablet is. The Slovak and French general, Milan Rastislav Štefánik, a Slovak national hero, managed to recruit with superhuman efforts Slovak and Czech prisoners for a new Czechoslovak Army (legions), in Romania, from October 1915 until January 1916. The Commission has paid scant attention to Štefánik. Hence this paper aimed at filling the existing gap in both historiographies.

Keywords: Štefánik – Slovak and French general, military mission in Romania (1915-1916), recruiting Slovaks and Czechs among prisoners of war.

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