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by A. Loczka - 1937

Hungary's historical development in the last ten years may be symbolized by a curve in which a surprising ascent is followed by a sudden decline. After the fall of the Hapsburg monarchy, Hungary became an independent state which was suddenly faced with the task of complete reconstruction in every field of its political and economic life. At the same time it had to establish new international relations and find a solution for a number of problems, especially in the field of national education, arising mainly from the dismemberment of the country.

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 1 Number 1, 1937, p. 191-214
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 14996, Date Accessed: 6/1/2020 4:57:10 AM

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    National Education Council, Budapest
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