The Czechoslovak Sarló (Sickle) Movement’s relations with Hungary 1925-1944 Cover Image

A csehszlovákiai sarlós nemzedék magyarországi kapcsolatrendszere 1925–1944
The Czechoslovak Sarló (Sickle) Movement’s relations with Hungary 1925-1944

Author(s): Ildikó Bajcsi
Subject(s): Interwar Period (1920 - 1939)
Published by: MTA Társadalomtudományi Kutatóközpont Kisebbsegkutató Intézet
Keywords: Sarló (Sickle) Movement; network; Hungary; Populist Movement

Summary/Abstract: The study analyses the Hungarian Sarló (Sickle) generationʼs system of relations between 1925 and 1944. The ideological change of the first generation Hungarian intellectuals in Czechoslovakia was determined by connections with intellectuals in Hungary. Ady, Móricz and Szabó were ideals for the youth. In the second half of 1920s the Sarló (Sickle)-like populist-socialist line was mainly followed by the Bartha Miklós Társaság (Miklós Bartha Society) and Bethlen Gábor Kör (Gábor Bethlen Circle). After the disband of Sarló (Sickle) Movement, relations with Populist Movement continued individually. In this respect we have to emphasize the role of Zsigmond Móricz, called the father of Populists. Dominant role was given to relations, that also promoted to the reintegration of minority generation in Hungary after the Vienna Awards.

  • Issue Year: 25/2017
  • Issue No: 4
  • Page Range: 155-191
  • Page Count: 37
  • Language: Hungarian