The Slovak state, 1939-1945: Wartime in pictures

March 2000
Slovak Spectator;03/20/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 11, p5
Presents a reprint of an interview with Anton Rasla, the lawyer who prosecuted Jozef Tiso, elected leader of the Slovak Republic, in the 1946 trial that preceded his execution. Comments from Rasla on how Tiso justify his sending of Slovak army into Poland; His views on the patriotism of Tiso; His personal view of Tiso.


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