Talk:Endre Bajcsy-Zsilinszky

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in 1720 it came slovak settlers, mostly from north slovakia. bekescsaba was ethnic slovak town, szarvas same and in that time there was only SLOVAK LUTHERAN EVANGELICAL CHURCH. magyarized surname zsilinszky (žilinský) it was common surname for slovak settlers from area of north slovakia. Read Sirácky (1980). Bajcsi its surname from settlers from Bajč in Slovakia. He was able to speak in Slovakian. His ethnicity was clean slovak. And if should be written hungarian in ethnicity than: Slovak-Hungarian ethnicity. (Samofi (talk) 19:47, 23 April 2010 (UTC))

Source it, and add it. Please note, that "Every article on Wikipedia must be based upon verifiable statements from multiple third-party reliable sources with a reputation for fact-checking and accuracy."--B@xter9 11:00, 24 April 2010 (UTC)


I dont know how citate from book. http://sk.olejar.eu/product/1753/ .Siracky (1980): Slovaks in the world 1. Page 51. 95-009-81. Its book about slovak migrants to Hungary, Vojvodina, Romania, Croatia. There are citation from theresian urbars and from notitia hungariea from Bel. In 1745 there was olny slovak lutheran church and pure slovak village. They came mostly 1719/20.

This source is reliable, but: i) not verifiabile, ii) not a neutral third party source, iii) you do not have online acces to it, so you can not ad any pagenumber and you can not chechk its content as well.--B@xter9 14:19, 25 April 2010 (UTC)

From wikipedia: 1715-ben Csabát lakatlan helyként említik, egy évvel később azonban nevét már az adófizető városok közt találjuk. Az újratelepítés Harruckern János Györgynek köszönhető, aki kitüntette magát a török elleni harcokban, és így jutalmul megkapta Békés vármegye jelentékeny részeit. Nagy szerepe volt a város újbóli benépesítésében: döntően evangélikus szlovák parasztokat telepített le. A telepesek jellemzően Nógrád, Gömör és Hont vármegyéből érkeztek. A tótok betelepülése egészen a 18. század végéig tartott. A város ma is a magyarországi szlovákok egyik kulturális központja. I dont understand all, but in siracky book its written that in 1715 the Csaba was deserted and it came evangelical slovaks from Upper Hungary. In 1745 there was only slovak lutheran church and if it would be some magyars in Csaba they will very fast assimilated. (Samofi (talk) 17:03, 25 April 2010 (UTC)) tttheir o

http://bekescsaba.lutheran.hu/gyulekezetunk/gyulekezetunk-toertenete/gyulekezet-toertenete Hungarian source --Samofi (talk) 22:33, 11 May 2010 (UTC)