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|Year of publication:||2021|
|Number of pages:||262|
|Vydavateľ||UPJŠ v Košiciach Vydavateľstvo ŠafárikPress|
|Faculty:||Faculty of Arts|
The monograph brings a view of the implementation of land reform in a precisely defined area, which forms the working district of the Allocation Commissioner of the State Land Office in Michalovce. The author, knowing the relatively weak mapping of the issue, tries to analyse the overall mechanism of land reform and the activities of the State Land Office in as much detail as possible. He notes the various concepts put forward by the political parties. Finally, pointed to the main reasons for the changes in ownership of agricultural land.
The submitted manuscript can be considered as a historical guide to the implementation of land reform. It offers a detailed overview of the various ways and forms of land allocation. The author pays quite a lot of attention to the method of expropriation of land from the original owners. It is this moment that can be considered one of the key moments of the interwar reform. The State Land Office acquired the land not only under the valid legislation, but also in the form of agreements and contracts with the original owners. The author points out that the use of this method has achieved a lasting change despite the ruling regimes.
The benefit of the work is the author documentation of each the stages of land reform with practical examples in the monitored region. The reader can follow the whole process of occupation, redistribution and land allocation in a regional perspective. The reader thus obtains a relatively accurate view of the original owners of the land and the area of their estates. At the same time, it can monitor specific forms of redistribution of occupied land up to the allotment itself for specific municipalities or persons.
The structure of the work set up in this way allows the reader to get acquainted with the overall concept and final adjustment of ownership relations to the land in interwar Czechoslovakia.