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University of Pécs
History paper by Rab, Virág and Tóth, Imre (all papers)
Central Europe’s Future as Planned by Kálmán Kánya
As a result of the peace treaties that followed WWI, Interwar Europe and Central Europe can be characterized by political isolation and confrontation. Apart from this, however, the need for regional and international cooperation was also detectable regarding economics. This cooperation was observable both within informal and formal frameworks.
The study aims at presenting the Hungarian proposals for Central European cooperation between the two world wars. It also targets to contextualize relevant ideas of Kálmán Kánya, the Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs. The Kánya-folder has recently appeared from a Berlin archive through the Hungarian historian, Imre Tóth, and it content has not been made publicly available yet.
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