Andrej Hlinka

Andrej Hlinka Andrej Hlinka (27 September 1864 – 16 August 1938) was a Slovak Catholic priest, journalist, banker, and politician, one of the most important Slovak public activists in Czechoslovakia before Second World War. He was the leader of the Hlinka's Slovak People's Party (since 1913), papal chamberlain (since 1924), inducted papal protonotary (since 1927), member of the National Assembly of Czechoslovakia (the parliament), and chairman of the St. Vojtech Fellowship (a religious publication organization). Provided by Wikipedia
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La fuerza de los débiles y la debilidad de los fuertes
Filosofía y Humanidades / Psicología
by Hlinka, Andrej, 1864-1938
Published 1982
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