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Zsuzsa Csergo. Talk of the Nation: Language and Conflict in Romania and Slovakia. Cornell University Press. 2007. 228pp.

Robert Murray Davis. The Literature of Post-Communist Slovenia, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania: A Study. McFarland. 2008. 198pp.

Ladislav Deák. Hungary's Game for Slovakia: Slovakia in Hungarian Politics in the Years 1933-1939. Veda. 1996. 138pp.

Kevin Deegan-Krause. Elected Affinities: Democracy and Party Competition in Slovakia and the Czech Republic. Stanford University Press. 2006. 327pp.

Minton F. Goldman. Slovakia Since Independence: A Struggle for Democracy. Praeger. 1999. 247pp.

Karen Henderson. Slovakia: The Escape from Invisibility. Routledge. 2002. 140pp.

Yeshayahu A. Jelinek. The Lust for Power: Nationalism, Slovakia, and the Communists, 1918-1948. East European Monographs. 1983. 185pp.

Yeshayahu A. Jelinek. The Parish Republic: Hlinka's Slovak People's Party, 1939-1945. East European Quarterly. 1976. 206pp.

Owen V. Johnson. Slovakia, 1918-1938: Education and the Making of a Nation. East European Monographs. 1985. 516pp.

Lawrence Peter King. The Basic Features of Postcommunist Capitalism in Eastern Europe: Firms in Hungary, the Czech Republic, and Slovakia. Greenwood Publishing Group. 2001. 150pp.

Joseph M. Kirschbaum. Slovakia: Nation at the Crossroads of Central Europe. New York: Robert Speller & Sons. 1960. 371pp.

Stanislav J. Kirschbaum. A History of Slovakia: The Struggle for Survival. Macmillan. 1995. 350pp.

Stanislav J. Kirschbaum. Historical Dictionary of Slovakia. Scarecrow Press. 1999. 213pp.

Carol Skalnik Leff. The Czech and Slovak Republics: Nation Versus State. Westview Press. 1997. 295pp.

Jozef Lettrich. History of Modern Slovakia. Praeger. 1955. 329pp.

Luubomír Liptak. Changes of Changes: Society and Politics in Slovakia in the 20th Century. Academic Electronic Press. 2002. 167pp.

Paul Robert Magocsi. The Rusyns of Slovakia: An Historical Survey. East European Monographs. 1993. 185pp.

Dorothea H. El Mallakh. The Slovak Autonomy Movement, 1935-1939: A Study in Unrelenting Nationalism. East European Quarterly. 1979. 260pp.

Joseph A. Mikus. Slovakia: A Political History, 1918-1950. Marquette University Press. 1963. 392pp. Translation of La Slovaquie dans la drame de l'Europe.

Joseph A. Mikus. Slovakia and the Slovaks. Three Continents Press. 1977. 224pp.

Gilbert L. Oddo. Slovakia and Its People. New York: Robert Speller & Sons. 1960. 370pp.

Karol Ondrias. Crimes of Democracy Versus Crimes of Communism: Results of Real Experiment in Slovakia and in the World. Trafford Publishing. 2007. 236pp.

Stephen J. Palickar. Slovakian Culture in the Light of History: Ancient, Medieval and Modern. Cambridge, MA: Hampshire Press. 1954. 283pp.

Milan Strhan; David P. Daniel. Slovakia and the Slovaks: A Concise Encyclopedia. Encyclopedical Institute of the Slovak Academy of Sciences. 1994. 272pp.

Peter A. Toma; Dusan Kovac. Slovakia: From Samo to Dzurinda. Hoover Institution Press. 2001. 432pp.

Davide Torsello. Trust, Property and Social Change in a Southern Slovakian Village. LIT Verlag Berlin-Hamburg-Münster. 2004. 247pp.

Snezana Trifunovska. Minorities in Europe: Croatia, Estonia and Slovakia. Cambridge University Press. 1999. 230pp.

Joshua A. Tucker. Regional Economic Voting: Russia, Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, and the Czech Republic, 1990-1999. Cambridge University Press. 2006. 417pp.

Bela Vago; George L. Mosse (editors). Jews and Non-Jews in Eastern Europe, 1918-1945: The Case of Slovakia. John Wiley & Sons. 1974. 334pp.




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