Title:
István Széchenyi. Iz vizije v dejanja
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The monograph on István Széchenyi presents the Slovenian territory with a story about an extremely important Hungarian politician, economist, and national awakener. As in other nations, it was also in Hungary that the long nineteenth century brought to the fore prominent individuals who contributed towards the development of modern national consciousness. Although the Slovenes are probably more familiar with the name of the Hungarian politician Lajos Kossuth, István Széchenyi figured as an equally prominent driver of Hungarian national development. Just how significant his influence was on Hungarian history was demonstrated by none other than Kossuth, his political opponent, who described him as the “Greatest Hungarian”. The volume at hand was compiled by four historians, three Slovenian and one Hungarian. Its central part comprises chapters on Széchenyi’s life, political career, and economic activities, whereas the introductory chapter on the Széchenyi noble family and its estates in the Slovenian territory and the last chapter on relations between the Hungarians and Emperor Franz Joseph embed the monograph within a broader time-span, thus enabling a better understanding of István Széchenyi’s endeavours and his lasting impact on Hungarian history.

Table of content

Predgovor (Edit Szilágyiné Bátorfi)
Uvod (Gregor Antoličič)

Plemiška rodbina Széchenyi ter njihova posest in osebna prisotnost na Slovenskem (Andrej Hozjan)
István Széchenyi (1791–1860) v kolesju madžarske politike in vizionarstva (Darja Kerec)
Koncept Széchenyijevih gospodarskih reform (Péter Halmai)
Franc Jožef in Madžari (Gregor Antoličič)

Viri in literatura
Imensko kazalo

Publishing House

Založba ZRC

Co-publisher

Balassijev inštitut / Balassi Intézet

ISBN

978-961-05-0451-1

Specifications

internet publication • pdf • 61 pages