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This brief period is important to the understanding of the process that made EU membership possible. Before 1993, when the second Slovak Republic was born, there had been a short-lived state that had existed before and during the Second World War, also called the Slovak Republic, and that was forced to disappear once hostilities were over. Previously, in 1927, a Slovak province had been created in the First Czechoslovak Republic, which became autonomous in 1938, a quasi-federal status that lasted only y six months.
25 Tibenský, ‘Trnavská univerzita’, p. 34. 26 Varsik, Národnostny problém, p. 239. 27 Tibenský, ‘Trnavská univerzita’, p. 18. 28 See note 13 and also Branislav Varsik, ‘Národnostný problem trnavskej univerzity’, in C ic aj, Trnavská univerzita, pp. 96–107. 29 Komorovský, ‘Trnavská univerzita’, p. 16. 30 Koc iš, ‘Vedecký’, p. 25. 31 Rebro, ‘Právnická fakulta’, p. 134. 32 It is important to point out that when Jozef Šimoncic, who was Trnava’s archivist, first suggested to the Communist leaders in Trnava in 1985 that there be a celebration to mark the anniversary, he was almost punished for doing so.
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