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Federation in Central Europe
Federation in Central Europe
By Milan Hodža
Jarrolds, 1942, 236 pp

These "reflections and reminiscences" of the Slovak leader who was Prime Minister of Czechoslovakia from 1935 to 1938 will be found more than usually interesting. Hodža's political experience began in the old pre-1914 Hungarian parliament, and continued through the two decades of Czechoslovak independence. The central theme in this book is the author's search for a basis on which the smaller countries of Central Europe can federate.