Bulgarian Ex Tsar, Ferdinand I of Bulgaria arrived in Piešťany 27.10.1936. In the picture we see it as a wonderful old gentleman in Piešťany Alpina with your dog Dunčo, who is his only friend (slovak magazine New World 1936).
Bulgarian Ex Czar Ferdinand I of Bulgaria. In late May and June 1941 he visited in the Muráň sons Czar Boris III of Bulgaria and Prince Kyril of Bugaria. Accompanied by Minister Chadžiev. On 29 May met with gratulans senior management of the State. In June 1941 leaked report from the environment Slovak embassy in Berlin that the Czar Boris III of Bulgaria and Prince Kyril of Bulgaria negotiated by the Slovak Government, which he took on his throne in the Slovakia.
The Bulgarian Government\'s decision to establish diplomatic relations with the Slovak Republic informed on 05.08.1939 Slovak Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bulgaria Consul General in Bratislava František Michera. On 10.01.1941 he took the office of the Bulgarian charge d\'affaires in Bratislava Dr. Konstantin Šišman. In June 1941 he swapped Stratiev Jordan, who was promoted to 05.08.1941 envoy. The first Slovak ambassador of the Slovak Republic in the Bulgarian Kingdom was Dr. Ján Spišiak. Was the Slovak ambassador in the Kingdom of Hungary, from November 1939 he was entrusted with the leadership of Slovak Embassy in Sofia. In the morning on 9 Dec. 1939 Dr. Ján Spišiak adopted in Sofia Tsar Boris III in person who uploaded credentials. Slovak military attaché in Budapest and Sofia (based permanently in Budapest) was a close relative of the family Ondrejkovič Corps Major Alojz Androvič, which was also adopted by the Bulgarian Tsar Boris III. Military Attaché Major infantry Alojz Androvič received in December 1940 for the development of Bulgarian-Slovak relationship is distinguished Minister of National Defence Bulgarian Kingdom. Similar honored received Minister Plenipotentiary and Envoy Dr. Ján Spišiak.
Germany had since 15 March 1939 concerns the service of officers of Czech nationality in the Slovak army took on the exchange, it proposed to replace them with officers of German nationality. It stood up against the Ministry of National Defence, allowed the parity status with a population of German nationality in Slovakia. Slovak Ministry of National Defence shortage of qualified officers in the army of Slovaks were going to replace the Bulgarian officers. This was the case with the government in the Sofia. Foreign trade between Bulgaria reached in 1941 4 274 000 Slovak crowns (2) and the volume ninth place among its trading partners.
On January 1941, Mr. Göndör approached the Minister for Transport and Public Works Július Stano, Bishop Buzalka and representatives of the Bulgarian colonies with a request for notice where they are flatter and compliment pass Ferdinand I Coburg to 80 birthday. Exczar Ferdinand I of Bulgaria was not allowed in Bulgaria and had no taste in Germany and stay here to celebrate his birthday.
Predná Hora snow has been obligated and in Saint Anton had completed the overhaul, which co-funded by the Slovak Republic. The grounds of the Mr. Göndör handled by the Slovak government for Ferdinand I Coburg-Koháry accommodation in the building of the forest headquarters in Banská Bystrica, February-April 1941st Slovaks prepare an unprecedented tribute to the former monarch. Morning 24/2/1941 the government dispatched a special train from Bratislava to Banská Bystrica. Accompanied by several ministers and military elite. The houses and church towers in Banska Bystrica was posted eightys. 26 held a religious service. Ferdinand also attended the glitzy celebration of boarding the pontificate of Pope Pius XII, which took place 12/03 1941 in Bratislava St. Martin cathedral. On the occasion of the 63rd samostatnosti anniversary of Bulgaria took place in Bratislava Reduta academic evening with the participation of Slovakia, Bulgaria, Bulgarian Academic Society of Rakovski and Portfolio choir. Present was the Slovak elite.
Magdaléna Ondrejkovics-Sandor de Szlavnicza. Family Sachsen-Coburg-Koháry had extensive family and property ties with important genera of Trenčín, which included the family Sandor de Szlavnicza.
Muráň Plateau, Mountain Front, hunting lodge of Bulgarian Tsar father Ferdinand I Coburg-Koháry.
Magdaléna Suchánek born Ondrejkovič the author\'s grandfather administrator teacher Stefan II Ondrejkovič (grandson of Trenčín county Judge Stephan Sandor de Szlavnicza) and author of relative obscurity.
St. Wenceslas crown.
Dr. Vojtech Tuka was not only Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic, as well as former tutor of Prince Boris III and Prince Kyril, the children of Tsar Ferdinand of Bulgaria. The photo shows Dr. Tuka forefront of vehicles Horch 951 Slovak government in Bratislava on the bridge after the return of the German Reich.
Tsar Boris III of Bulgaria and Slovak military attaché for Bulgaria based in Budapest Major infantry Alojz Androvič in 1940-1941. Probably both knew each other about social relations of their ancestors and other relatives of his distant familys through Koháry and Sandor.
When planning an attack on the USSR caused a delay of Wehrmacht military operations Marita in the Balkans started on 06.04.1941 against Greece and Yugoslavia. In Greece, an obstacle to German procedure mainly Metaxas Line was built on the northern border with Bulgaria. In May 1941 organized by the OKH for military staff in Berlin Greek battlefield reconnaissance and the Metaxas Line fortifications. To inspect the train they traveled together in a special wagon with a stop in Budapest Soviet military attaché Major-General Vasiliy Ivanovich Tupikov (Василий Иванович Тупиков) and Slovak military attaché Lt. Colonel infantry Alojz Androvič.
Tsar Boris III of Bulgaria on maneuvers in March 1941 with tanks Lt. 35 GI Bulgarian army as a tank Lek Skoda, S-35. They were purchased for the Armored Regiment of 1.Rapid division I.Corps of new production in the Skoda SpA in January 1941 has Telefunken radio station and new gun Skoda A 8.
Onset Audiencia Bulgarian ambassador in Bratislava Stratiev Jordan with President of the Slovak Republic on 05.08.1941.
In the photo from February 1943, left to the Minister of Justice Dr. Gejza Fritz, the Bulgarian Minister of Justice Dr. Konstantin Partov and the Bulgarian ambassador (poet and translator) in Bratislava Jordan Stratiev during a tour of fair Slovak army units.
"Oh, these Slovaks and Bulgarians" Hitler with suspicion by observing Prince regent Kyrill of the Bulgaria as shaking hands with his diplomat, von Ribbentrop occasion of the visit the prince in Germany 22 November 1943. On 5th September 1944 the Soviet Union declared war on Bulgaria after a coup in the Kingdom of Romania arrest of Marshal Antonescu on 23th August 1944, and the armed campaign by the Slovak army 29th August 1944 against the Germans. After Romania in August 1944 passed on the Allied side, she recalled regent Admiral Horthy Nazi ministers and appointed a new Hungarian government led by Gejza Lakatoš.
Slovak officers in Hungary. In connection with the deteriorating situation of the Axis troops on the Eastern Front, the antagonistic Allies of the German Empire were searching for mutual contacts.
Military recreational and reconditioning facility Smrekovica, which was sent by order of General Ferdinand Čatloš, Minister of Defense, to a compulsory 21-day vacation to recover after returning from the Eastern Front to all soldiers in 1943-1944.
Under sufficient snow conditions, soldiers spent ski training in military equipment with military instructors.
On 8th September 1944 has been declared a state of war with Germany, the Government of Bulgaria Konstantin Muraviev. Pictured Bulgarian Army 1st Corps units with command terrain vehicles Praga AV Czechoslovakian origin. On 17 October 1944, Admiral Horthy escorts Skorzeny under house arrest at Hirschberg Castle in Bavaria.
Notes: Familial and social relationships with the family Koháry be particularly of family Judge Trenčín County Stefan Sandor de Szlavnicza, great grandfather Magdalene Ondrejkovičová - Sucháneková ; In the early 20th century. Family Stiglitz bought from the family house on the present Koháry Peace Square ;
Source: Archív of family Odrejkovics-Sandor ; Mária Turba ; National newspapers - Volume: 1933, Issue: 08/12/1933 ; Časopis: Nový Svet 1936 ; Dr. Ján Spišiak ; Slovák 06.08.1939 s.2 ; Slovák, 31.01.1942, s.5 ; District Archives in Trenčín ;