Church and State behind the Iron Curtain: Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Poland, Romania: With An Introduction on the Soviet Union

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CHURCH AND STATE IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA
by Dr. Alois Böhmer, Dr. Stephan Kočvara, and Dr. Jindřich Nosek
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Abbreviations5
I. Introduction7
A. The Formation of Czechoslovakia7
B. Background of Religious Life in Czechoslovakia7
1. Historical Survey7
2. Religious Freedom and the Problem of Separation of Church and State9
3. Individual Churches and their Organization11
4. Statistics on Religious Denominations (1921-1930)14
C. Basic Provisions of the Former Austrian and Hungarian Laws15
1. Austrian Laws15
2. Hungarian Laws16
II. Czechoslovak Legislation on Religion Enacted before 193816
A. Constitutional Provisions16
B. Other Laws17
C. Special Laws for Slovakia18
D. The Agreement between the Czechoslovak government and the Holy See (Modus Vivendi)19
III. Communist Legislation regarding Religion20
A. General Survey20
B. Survey of the New Legislation by Topics21
1. The Banning of Denominational Schools21
2. The Government Bureau for Church Affairs22
3. Church Sections of the Provincial People's Committees23
4. Appointment of Clergymen24
5. Loyalty Pledge26
6. Church Property27
7. Patronage27
8. Emoluments of Clergymen27
9. Current Expenses28
10. Duty to Teach Religion28
11. Schools of Theology29
12. Penal Provisions31
13. Marriage and Divorce32

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Introduction - Separation of Church from State in the Soviet Union ix
  • Church and State in Czechoslovakia 1
  • Contents 3
  • Abbreviations 5
  • I. Introduction 7
  • Church and State in Hungary 69
  • Church and State in Poland 159
  • Contents 161
  • Abbreviations 163
  • Church and State in Romania 253
  • Index 301
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