Dr. Martin Mičura
- christian politic, jurist, land lord, (born 17.9.1883 in Dlhé Pole, District Žilina, dead in the year 1946 in Moskva). His father was Imrich Mičura, mother Mária born Madajová. His wife Kamila Fridrichovská dead after 9 years. Married couple have not childern. Study in Grammar school of Žilina, Trenčín, Rimavská Sobota, Jurist akademy of Bratislava, the Jurist college of Kluj and Berlin. Of the year 1907 was Dr. politic science, 1908 JUDr. Between the years 1910-1918 was advocate in Bytča. In the year 1918 enter to Czechoslovak politic. 1919-20 comes of Tekov and Nitra, 1920-22 Minister with fool power for Administration for Slowakia in Bratislava, 1923-31 was president Law court table in the Košice, 1931-39 president of High law court and 1939-45 (to juli) president of Supreme Court in the Bratislava. With his friend Janko Jesenský (wife Anna Botto) he was related through the family Ondrejkovič and Sandor of Szlavnicza.
Dr. Martin Mičura. District Notary in Dlhé Pole Rudolf Mičura * 30.05.1881 Dlhé Pole, his wife was Anna Ondrejkovičová, whose father was District Notary Štefan I. Ondrejkovič and old father of Trenčín County Judge Stephanus Sandor de Szlavnicza. Others with whom she had a family relationship had been a Colonel artillery Alojz Androvič from the 2nd Department of the Headquarters in Prague and bishop ThDr. Karol Kmeťko. In the time study in Kluj was Dr. Martin Mičura front exponent from local association Slovak students. Here agreed collaborations, not only with representatives of the local students other Slavic nationalities in Hungary, but also with representatives of non-Hungarian nationalities were mainly representatives of Romanian nationality students. In addition to studying law in Cluj, Jozef Országh (*July 21, 1883, Abramová-Laclavá † December 28, 1949, Bratislava) also collaborated with Martin Mičura in 1920-1922 servant of Zvolen and Hont counties and colleague of Dr. Aladár Ondrejkovič.
In the Bytča to have closely to catholic wing of Slovak national motion, was member of county representation and county councilor. In the year 1918 was member of SNR (her secretary was priest Karol Anton Medvecký of the Medvedzie and Malý Bysterec, co-worker of Dr. M. Mičura), groundet local SNR and nationale guards in district Bytča (among Italian Czechoslovak legions took part in battles against the Hungarian troops in Slovakia from 27.12.1918 to 15.10.1919 and its related First lieutenant of Czechoslovak legions Augustin Malár).
Dr. Martin Mičura studied inter alia the Piarist grammar school in Trencin, he studied and his relatives from the family Ondrejkovič.
Branched notary family Ondrejkovič - Sandor with family ties with all important aristocratic families of Trenčín and Nitra counties in 1912. Pictured from the left is also the District Notary Rudolf Mičura and his wife Anna, born Ondrejkovič, the lawyer from Bytča Juraj Mičura. In the middle is the county deputy, later minister and president of the Supreme Court of the Slovak Republic, lawyer JUDr Martin Mičura, next to him is his wife Kamila Fridrichovská. The first standing on the left is a student of PF Royal University in Budapest, later District Chief Aladár I Ondrejkovič, in the middle sits Sp. Da Anna Sandor de Szlavnicza and her husband District notary Stephan I Ondrejkovič (in Trenčín County the most successful organizer of elections to her council), next to teacher Mária Anna Turba and her husband Administrator teacher Stefan II Ondrejkovič with their sons Stephan III and Aladár II. The picture also shows his wife Mária, born Ondrejkovič, and his sister, notary Stefan Turba, the later director of post offices in Slovakia and the burghers of Bratislava. Downstairs are boys Jozef Ondrejkovič and Ľudovít Ondrejkovič with his sister Lenka. Both fell in the Great War.
To and after the year 1918, the political position of the Mičuras group was greatly strengthened by the marriage of Anna Ondrejkovičová, her daughter (the granddaughter of Trenčín County Judge Stephanus Sandor de Szlavnicza) to the most notorious Notary Family of Nitrian and Nitra County Ondrejkovič (with unimportant influence on the highest church circles) with District Notary Rudolf Mičura.
Signer Martin declaration of the Slovak nation 30.10.1918, vicepresident of Slovak people's party, In comes and ministry function help buildt foundation of new state and self-direction apparat. Together foundet Jurist college UK pand was profesor of the UK. As external docent in Jurist college of Bratislava excessively supported unwealthy students (for example, one of them was Dr. Stefan Jehlár spa doctor in Bojnice) and was member numeroused charity organizations. After constitution of the Czechoslovak republic continued in the cooperation with slowakian catollics, in the year 1921 sa with HSĽS party dispersioned.
The remnants of the Slovak Republic Rád were liquidated by Czechoslovak military units on July 7, 1919. On August 3, 1919, the Allied Romanian army also conquered Budapest. Political ally of District Notary Štefan I Ondrejkovič before 1914 Dr Pavel Fábry, mayor of Šariš County, was installed 11 January 1919. The city of Prešov, as the seat of the county, saw it as a spectacular event, connected with the visit of Minister Vavro Šrobár. During the passage, Dr Fábry comes was greeted by the local rural population. Prešov was richly decorated with Slovak and Czech flags. In front of the Black Eagle, the bathrobe was welcomed by the representatives of the Slovak National Council in Prešov, Professor Mikuláš Moyzes and Imrich Ďuračko, the local farmer Slanina and the Roman Catholic priest Štefan Onderčo. In addition to Šrobár, the ministerial delegation also consisted of government clerks Ivan Hálek, Ivan Dérer, Kornel Stodola, Vladimír Makovický, JUDr Milan Ivanka, Dr Anton Štefánek and others. She received a welcome from Comes Dr Fábry, a bourgeoisie of Josef Faragó, the county notary of Bánó.
On May 20, 1920 - The official visit of Dr Otto Eisenstein Ministerial Adviser and Mayor of Tekov County Dr Martin Mičura was visited and investigated by public authorities in Levice. The visit was related to the planned public administration reform in Slovakia. They left after the show.
In the summer of 1920, strikes, demonstrations against the expensive and demonstrations in support of the Soviet advance in Poland and against the dictatorship of Horthy in Hungary were organized in the state. The actions of the railways and the left against arms transfers to Poland were well received. The defeat of Tukhachevsky on August 25 before Warsaw negated some of the ambitions of the left, but the wave of radicalism did not subside. Tusar's government in Prague and the Minister of Administration of Slovakia Ivan Dérer resigned. A caretaker government was appointed. Comes of Tekov and Nitra County Dr Martin Mičura, who in 1919 participated with the commander of the 2nd Division, Colonel Jozef Šnejdárek on the expulsion of the Hungarian RA from the territory of southern Slovakia. The leadership of the left, organized in Kladno by Antonín Zápotocký, declared a general strike in December 1920. The Regional Trade Union Council in Slovakia and the action committee of the left joined, one of the demands was the resignation of Dr Martin Mičura. Two months later, in February 1921 in Krompachy, 4 dead and 18 wounded were killed by gendarmes, and the Polish and Soviet wars were halted on March 18.
Government building pictured Minister for Slovakia in Bratislava on the street Gondova 2 in the interwar period. Dr. Martin Mičura was in the years 1920-1922 the Minister Plenipotentiary for Slovakia in Bratislava. The subordinate places, sought to review all appointed notaries. Should lead to democratize the administration and bring it closer to the population. It was important and the abolition of municipalities in Slovakia except Bratislava and Košice and the nationalization of the police. Priest Karol Anton Medvecký of the Medvedzie and Malý Bysterec was a clerk for Catholic and church affairs at the Ministry with a power of attorney for Slovakia in Žilina and Bratislava. Since the beginning of serving as Minister of the Mičura demanded to be set up in Bratislava, the Aliens Authority. The Communists demanded his resignation as one of the requirements of a general strike in October and December 1920.
From the ranks of his opponents emerged attempted assassination plot was revealed. It was the conspirators Abday and Pirovics. Before the royal tables in Budapest testified "... they gave Jäger revenge because Abday has not complied with the order of the Union of double cross to assassinate Dr. Martin Mičura." The presiding judge ordered the secret negotiations and medical defendants allegedly were insane asylu.
On April 23, 1921, an Agreement was signed in Bucharest between the Czechoslovak Republic and the Kingdom of Romania on a military alliance, in which Minister Dr. Martin Mičura was also interested. The Agreement on Mutual Military Assistance was signed by the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Romania and Czechoslovakia, Take Ionescu and Dr Edvard Beneš.
Minister with power of attorney for the Administration of Slovakia Dr Martin Mičura in front of the Government Building on Gondova no. 2 and on the Fajnor embankment in Bratislava in 1921 with the Laurin & Klement company car ?
By the end of 1922, the old county establishment had been abolished and Anton Neumann, the District Office of Púchov's District Office, had been transferred to the Ministry of Attorney for the Administration of Slovakia to Bratislava under the auspices of Minister Dr. Martin Mičura. He worked in several administrative departments as well as in the Ministry's personal department. Dr. Anton Neumann was the son of the administrator of the Catholic People's School in Púchov, who cooperated with the administrator of the People's and apprenticeship school in Lednické Rovne Štefan Ondrejkovič.
On March 23, 1923 On the initiative of LOS issued by the Minister with the power for Slovakia to manage Regulation no. 3 318 adm./V./23 on prohibition of stinging of chamois in the High Tatras.
Already in 1924, the Czechoslovak Rapublic ranked tenth in the richest countries in the world, although the significant economic and social differences between historic countries, Slovakia and especially Carpathian Ruthenia were not significantly reduced.
On 11 May 1925, the General Assembly of the LOS was elected as president, Dr. Pavol Fábry, the secretaries Ján Kocman and Dr. Oscar Hanke-Halmi.
In agreement with the leadership of the Czech People's Party and at its instigation, 1925 was at the forefront of the process of settling this party in Slovakia. The Slovak Landscape Organization was constituted in Trenčianske Teplice in June 1927. He was a member of the Czechoslovak Embassy. People's Party, Chairman of the Executive Committee of its Slovak Landscape Organization. He was the founder of his People's Political Press (editor was provost Karol Anton Medvecký of the Medvedzie and Malý Bysterec) and for some time the chairman of his mass organization, the Union of Folk Farmers. In his program statement before the 1925 parliamentary elections, he formulated the ideological and political principles of his movement (called Mičuras Party): Christian solidarity, Slavic and Czech-Slovak reciprocity, the cooperation of Czech and Slovak Catholics, their positive participation in state life, the failure to support autonomy, the establishment and struggle for the economic, social and cultural demands of the Slovak nation. His party did not gain much influence in Slovakia. He gained a deputy chair with the help of the Czech party. He was a shareholder of several participating companies and a member of the board of directors
cementary in the village of Ladce (until 1878 belonged to the family Majthényi, Motešický, property and family connected with the family Sandor de Szlavnicza and von Rottal) and
Lietavská Lúčka and Baťa factory in Slovakia. After the origin of the Czechoslovakia, he bought L. Popper part of the woodlands of the Bytča estates, which originally belonged to the family of Thurzo, with whom he came into the family and property relations through the families Ondrejkovič-Sandor de Szlavnicza and von Rottal. He contributed to several newspapers and magazines. In 1925-39, the Deputy of the NP, 1943-45 was Deputy Chairman of the State Council of the Slovak Republic. The Lietavská Lúčka cement plant was built on the land of the Ján Milec.
Paul Antal Count Eszterházy estate Bytča leased in 1861 to Leopold Popper. His forefather Nicholas Eszterházy was 21.07.1624 for the second time married with Kristina Nyári de Bedeg, the widow of Imrich Thurzo, who died after the childbirth of 17.02.1641. By her death, Nicholas Eszterházy received a management on the composesorat Bytča of family Thurzo.
Franz Joseph I. Sandor de Szlavnicza his wife was Baroness Katharina von Rottal (her parents were Johann Jacob von Rottal † 1622 and Maria Felictas Thurzo de Bethlenfalva 1638).
He also did his family. The friend of Andrej Cvincek, the canonist writes, "Dr. Martin Mičura belongs among those Catholics who also scold the doctors of theology with religious beliefs and religious knowledge." His native Dlhé Pole also wanted to raise himself to a higher level, he used the money to build a castle from Dlhé Poľe to Svederník, and (1926), as a patron of the church, contributed a considerable amount of money, subsidized the modern 12-grade school, the 2-grade school in Hlaváčová, the regulation of the river, the fire artillery, the village invited the council sisters of the Holy Cross , teachers who worked here in 1934-50.
The Horch 830 BL has been appointed President of the Supreme Court, Former Minister, comes of Tekov-Nitra, Professor of UK, Master House, Chairman, His Excellency Dr. Martin Mičura. He was also a deputy parliament of the Czechoslovak Republic, president People's Party in Slovakia and the confirmation father of Aladár II. Ondrejkovič. Along with brother Tibor, he took the Horch to take part in the feasts at Vyšehrad and the Holy Vitus Cathedral on the occasion of a thousand years since the death of St. Wenceslas. Both brothers received from him a commemorative gold medal stamped on the occasion of the St. Wenceslas Millennium on September 28, 1929.
Both brothers received hom of memorial medals of gold at the Saint Wenzel milenienium 28th September 1929. In the millenium was first mall publicly exposed Saint Wenzel crown.
Martin Mičura was socially active. He was very fond of him and often met President T. G. Masaryk and his children, especially President ČsČK Dr. Alica Masaryk and Ján Masaryk. His friends were Dr. Janko Jesenský, colleague prof. Mgr. Imrich Karvaš, District Chief Dr. Aladár Ondrejkovič, Land President Dr. Jozef Országh, Rudolf Fraštacký, Dr. Markovič, the Ondrejkovič family, etc. Martin Mičura also co-founded the State and the Faculty of Law of the UK. As an external lecturer at the Faculty of Law in Bratislava, he supported poor students (one of them was, for example, MD Štefan Jehlár, a medical doctor in Bojnice) and was a member of charity organizations.
Succession and subsequent court related to Estate Planning after János Count Pálffy dealt Dr. Martin Mičura until 1929.
Newspaper Slovakian Pravda dated 17.07.1932. Mental misery. What conditions are in Jedľové Kostoľany. Flock without a shepherd roads are not marked. Reeve, who has a stable of about six cattle and owns half the land area of land, became chairman of the Communist Party of the place and the virgins that will be issued before until 2-3 not endow elect's children illegitimate. Could anyone argue: because the village is a Catholic priest and seven state teacher supply. Pastor and teachers are Mičura Party. The fact is characteristic for the Czech People's Party, which claims about himself that he is the guardian of Catholicism in the country! Some conscientious citizens voice was heard as the voice crying in the wilderness. These are three flowers Mičura »patriots". Michal Možáry, managers of the state's schools (Author's note: in the year 1927 to visit the school president T.G. Masaryk) Jedľové Kostoľany is brother in law of Turay, deputy school inspector and lI nd. mayor for Mičuras in Zlate Moravce. District Chief od Zlaté Moravce dr. Ondrejkovič "in-law it is Dr. Martin Micura. (Ed - is not based on truth, district chiefs in Zlate Moravce Dr. Aladár Ondrejkovič was in-law, Mr. Rudolf Micura, District notary in the Dlhé Pole). Three people linked thread of friendship. Dr. Ondrejkovič was a few years ago and it still without * dr * to District notary in Jedľové Kostoľany. (Ed - is not based on truth, in the village Jedľové Kostoľany was District notary Vojtech Ondrejkovič his brother, son of District notary in Dolné Držkovce and Šimonovany) while Turay with his »y * at the end of the signature performed there as a teacher. As administrator. He broke with the mistress. He had a car and now rides a bicycle. O how much better it is when the church in the village Public School! (-KT-).
According to uncertified statements today also the late Lieutenant Colonel A.Ondrejkovič, relatives of Martin Mičura, was Dr. Alice Masaryk (* 02.05.1879 † 05.11.1966 Wien Chicago) fiancé of Dr. Martin Mičura.
St. Wenceslas Crown, 28 September 1929th Left Prague Mayor Dr. Karel Baxa, a relative future Elizabeth Ličková and her husband, Lieutenant colonel Aladár II Ondrejkovič, hence Dr. Martin Mičura. Just like fate, six years later Lieutenant cavalry Aladár II Ondrejkovič served in the 8th Dragon regiment "Prince Saint Wencel".
Slovak general credit bank with its registered office in Bratislava was groundet in the year 1921 as the legal successor of the General Bank of Hungary. After short time in twentys boom years, when finantion participated in various domestic and foreign enterprises and banks, in the year 1930 most of his action takes over Bank of Czechslovakian Legion. After year 1939 there is a decline from a bank and Hungary Czech capital. Between major bank representatives were Fedor Houdek *5.01.1877 Ružomberok †26.02.1953 Bratislava, Mederly Anton, Dr.. Martin Mičura. In the year 1941 began her likvidation, which ended up in the year 1950. In the archive is written in the filing of 10 bm.
US-slovak bank, groundet in the year 1920 american banker slovak native Michal Bosák whose signature is in dolars then banknote of the year 1907.
Pursued in particular the transfer of funds of American Slovaks to Czechoslowakia. In addition to Michael Bosák between his representatives were significant Pavel Blaho, Dr. Martin Mičura, Ludovít Okánik. Of his writing registry is maintained only little documents.
Building on the Dunajská and Groslingova street, which built and owned by the Slovak League. One of its members was Dr. Martin Mičura. In 1918, its members were for exemple too Zivnostenska bank Prague.
On the right of the co-author of the Little Agreement and President of the League of Nations of Geneva, Nicolae Titulescu. President T.G. Masaryk, Minister of Foreign Affairs Dr. Eduard Beneš and Jan Masaryk. Dr. Martin Mičura gained a relationship with Romanian politics and its future interdepartmental elites already during the study of law in Cluj.
On October 29, 1936, he traveled through Velká Bytča by rail to Prague for a state visit to President Dr. Beneš King Carol II. Romanian.
King Carol II of Romania accompanied by Dr. Eduard Beneš in Bratislava October 1, 1936 with a military commander car Praga AV during a tour of 11th Dragon Regiment. In the regiment served also the relativ of Dr. Martin Mičura Lieutenant cavalry Aladár II Ondrejkovič, who also participated in the ceremony of the regiment.
The three foreign ministers Little Entente States, the order in Bratislava in 1936 were followed with interest the whole of Europe. From left: Foreign Minister of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia Milan Stojadinovič, foreign minister of Czechoslovakia Kamil Krofta and Foreign Minister of Kingdom of Romania Victor Antonescu.
Director Paulinyi at the meeting of the Slovak Landscape Court in Bratislava in the year 1936.
In 1936, there is a picture of a meeting of Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the States of the Little Agreement at the Carlton Hotel in Bratislava. In addition to the ministers of foreign affairs, Kamil Krofta, Victor Antonescu and Milan Stojadinovič, Prime Minister Milan Hodža also took part. In this regard, the parties have attempted to deny the unofficial reports that Prince Paul, the Yugoslav regent, has been assassinated since the death of King Alexander I to the dissolution of the Little Arrangement. The later sequence of events confirmed that it was precisely for Prince Paul's regency that the Yugoslavia's destabilizing kingdom of Yugoslavia was closely governed by its gradual change of political and economic orientation to Germany.
Entrance to the former Baťa Borovo plants in Slavonia in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia around 1936. The individual Baťa plants in different countries cooperated with each other..
Of the Slovak Land president Dr. Jozef Országh personal secretary Dr. Anton Neumann at the new railway station in Púchov in 1937. It was built on his former plots he had inherited.
Renaissance mansion in the village Súľov-Hradná. Heyday when he belonged to Maria Madocsányi, Trencin County governor's wife Paul Madocsányi (a close relative, family Ondrejkovics-Sandor de Szlavnicza). Receptions were held here, guests came all the way from Budapest. In front of the manor house was a pond with a fountain, fish and aquatic plants. In 1931 he abolished, remained after the swamp. Ms Madocsányi died in 1894 aged 76 years. The manor house bought by Mr. Vincent Mičura. He corrected and some walls pulled down. In the year 1937 from Mr. Mičura mansion in parts they bought back.
As adherent reciprocitys propitiatored anticatholice influences. Permanently cooperated with catholics. In Czechoslovak parlament was at that time at power anicatholic elements, who with power wish Rom judge and condemn and be setting up many things anti ecclesiastical measures. Dr. Mičura sa with exponents ThDr. Jan Šrámek people's party reasaned for this, that anticatholic influences reduced and prevented ešte drasticst encroachment. Dr. Mičura was mainly lawyer. Politic him not was goal, but means for arrive at aims. A his aim was sociál improves and emancipation slowakian public. In 30. yaers too it started disputes arise for new program in the relationship with Slowakia. Personaly promote particular line of shef party ThDr. Jozef Šrámek including political democracy and republic defense likely before the fascist danger.
President of the Czechoslovak People's Party Msgr ThDr. Jan Šrámek 1921-1938 with other government minister Jan Černý in all Czechoslovak governments.
Removes for the regiment were taken by 2nd Lieutenant cavalry Aladár II. Ondrejkovič in the military stud of Motešice, which was headed by Antonín Lokvenc, his daughter was known actress Magda Lokvencová - Husáková and his son-in-law was Dr. Gustav Husák, future president of the ČSSR. Previously, he became a Communist and an important factor of the Slovak National Uprising. As a student of law he used to stay in Bratislava at the Svoradov Catholic hostel. He was active in the academic association "Lawyer". Ján Mikula was vice-chairman, Social Democrat Anton Rašla, later general and prosecutor of the National Court Social Affairs Officer, Gustav Husák Secretary and Jozef Kirschbaum Librarian.
Son of Notary in Varšany District of Levice and friend of Notary Families Ondrejkovič and Mičura, Minister without Chair since 22 September, from 4 October to 1 December 1938 Minister of Industry and Trade Dr. Imrich Karvaš.
Some of the negotiations in the Bytča since the autumn of 1938. In September, the general council, which accepted the contribution for the jubilee fund of the state defense in the amount of CZK 5000 from the budget for the year 1939.
Meeting of the General Council on 05.09.1938 in Bytča under the leadership of Mayor Dr. Martin Mičura. Referent Jozef Kroupa, notary. Presenter Michal Fundarek, Leopold Deutsch, Jozef Arleth, Emil Lerch, Stephen Adamik, Stefan Biros, František Pokorný, Ľudovít Horanský, Peter Rehak, Mikuláš Skotnický, Štefan Ďurný, Mikuláš Fundárek, Dr. Ľudovít Holtzman, Ladislav Russ, Žigmund Kohn, Karol Barcalík. They recognized it. i. for the iron reserves and canned meat to allocate 50 thousand CZK.
After declaration autonom 6.october 1938, in end oktobre Dr. Mičura step out of parlament club of Czechoslovak People's Party and entryd to club HSĽS. Ludacs him however of politic live spean. Maintain contact with representatives of former government parties, too reprezentants with so-called moderates Ludaks and participate in their attempts to develop a program for the period after the end of war.
Meeting of the City Council in Bytča October 29, 1938, present as its President Dr. Martin Mičura. The negotiations began with the solemn speech of the mayor of the village on the anniversary of the Martin Declaration of October 30, 1918. The speech included, among others:
1. Leave the name of the square in Bytča Masaryk square
2. Renown the former Štefánikova Street on Andrej Hlinka Street, in front of the Town School there was a square that was also named after M.R. Štefánik.
After the declaration of autonomy of Slovakia in October 1938, the competence of the Regional Office narrowed. In December 1938, Dr. Anton Neumann, a native of Púchov, was designated as a government secretary by a commission decree. After 1928 he held the post of personal secretary of the Provincial President, who was gradually Ján Drobný until 1929, Dr Jozef Országh until 1938 and Julián Šimko briefly.
The ceremonial meeting of the General Prosecutor's Office in Bytča on January 29, 1939 was held in a large hall of the Catholic House. Present were Dr. Jozef Tiso, Mayor of Dr. Martin Mičura, lead notary and members Michal Fundárek, Štefan Bíroš, Dr. František Vorlíček, Jozef Čmár, Dr. Dusan Pokorny, Pavel Vaclavik, Stefan Adamik, Emil Relch, Ľudovít Horanský, Peter Rehak, Mikuláš Skotnický, Anton Březinský, Jozef Tiso, Ďurný, Mikuláš Fundárek, Dr. Ľudovít Holtzman, Jozef Arleth, Ferdinand Adamík, Ladislav Russ, Jozef Skotnický, Ferdinand Lipscher, Alexander Goldstein, Zigmund Kohn, Rudolf Holos, Karol Barcalik, Ján Kamas, Jozef Novotný, Jozef Šamánek, Jozef Fundárek, Tido Jozef Gašpar, Peter Prídavok and other invitations.
Extraordinary General Assembly in Bytča May 15, 1939. As chairman of the Mayor of Dr. M. Mičura. The program included the oath of loyalty to the Slovak state. The meeting was attended by Štefan Komár as a representative of the district office. Mayor of Dr. Martin Mičura was appointed chairman of the Supreme Court of the Slovak State. Mayor translated the plans by the author of Michael Michal Harminc to modify the church of St. Barbora at the cemetery in Bytča. The construction committee consisted of Štefan Adamík, Štefan Jánošík, Mikuláš Fundárek, Emil Lerch, Štefan Ďurný. They discussed the regulation of the Petrovička creek, the construction of the District House, the construction of the school in Meštian, the paving and drainage of the square, the adjustment of part of the town called the colony by sewerage, the asphalting of the Pribinova street, the regulation of the eastern parts of the town.
Vice-chairman of the provincial leadership the Czechoslovak People's Party was Dr. Ladislav II. Nádasy-Jégé.
After 14th March 1939 JUDr. Jozef Kirschbaum Ludacs and have begun to organize new state activity, JUDr. Anton Rašla work in the military prosecution, Dr. Gustáv Husák was only for an associate attorney.
Son of a notary in Varšany, Levice district and a friend of notary families Ondrejkovič and Mičura, former minister Dr. Imrich Karvaš, was appointed in March 1939 as Governor of the National Bank.
Thanks to Dr. Martin Mičura and Dr. Imrich Karvaš hands to gather in underground movements not only important information of the judiciary, industry and finance, but those joined to eliminate concrete step in support slowakian economy Germans for war efforts and to build economic, military and political preconditions for carrying out an armed uprising in the Slowakia. Too firm Cukorspol exist in the Highest office Karvaš managed for supplying and in the road to foreign countries to resolve any problems with conect ing. Ján Országh. Slovensko, ktoré bolo považované do roku 1939 za zaostalú, nevyvinutú krajinu sa stalo pre rastúci nedostatok v tretej ríši čoskoro zásobovacím rajom a ostalo ním takmer do konca vojny.
Dr. Jan Mikula was Chairman of the Association of Industry, Trade, Trades, Banks and Insurance Companies.
In November 1939, ŠK Bratislava building committee was established to build a representative sports complex, among which the well-known lawyer JUDr. Stefan Ravasz.
The Governor of the National Bank and Chairman of the Supreme Supply Office Dr. Imrich Karvaš has already reserved a free hand in his appointment in personnel matters. In 1940, he appointed a new District Chief in Bratislava, Dr. Aladár I Ondrejkovič on behalf of the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the newly constituted Association of Economic Distilleries. He subordinated all Slovak production distilleries to him. After this decision, Dr. Aladár I Ondrejkovič supplies alcohol (for rations) to producers of alcoholic beverages in the cold and semi-cold way as well as to producers of Bi-Bo-Li fuels for motor vehicles in accordance with the instructions of the Governor of the National Bank. So you Dr. I. Karvaš through Dr. Aladár I Ondrejkovič also subordinated all transport by motor vehicles in Slovakia and indirectly also by motorized units of the Slovak Army, as alcohol was a 50% component of Bi-Bo-Li fuels.
President of the Czechoslovak People's Party Msgr. ThDr. Jan Šrámek the President of the Czechoslovak government in exile in London (1940-1945).
Dr. Aladár Ondrejkovič pictured first left third, eighth Janko Alexy. Standing on the right is the director of the State Publishers and writer Štefan Letz, the third and fourth on the right are pictured daughters of the District Chief in Bratislava Dr. Aladár Ondrejkovič side by side on the slide Gizelle Ondrejkovičová school teacher and student Kamila Ondrejkovičová.
Janko Alexy 1928, SNG. His brother was the shooter Ferdiš Alexy, his commander was the captain of Czechoslovak legions in France Jozef Honza. His protector in the year 1909 was hauptmann K.u.K Jozef Sandor de Szlavnicza of family Stefan I. Ondrejkovič, district notary of Dolné Držkovce and Šimonovany.
STK on December 31, 1941. Contributions to Poor Children: General Ferdinand Čatloš, Dr. Imrich Karvaš, Dr. Martin Mičura, Dr. Aladár Ondrejkovič, Ing. Ivan Viest, etc.
In September 1941, Prime Minister Vojtech Tuka, with the leadership of the Deutsche Partei and the HG, was very much involved in drafting and adopting the Government Regulation on the Status of Jews, which de facto renewed the Medieval Discrimination Measures. In practice, they extended beyond the regulation to Jewish religious communities and legal entities, which in 1943 the Supreme Administrative Court under the leadership of JUDr. Martin Mičura declared illegal and invalid, which was late for many. Two thirds of Slovak Jews were deported outside of the country and most of them were probably not living. The circular of the Slovak bishops (pastiers letter) dated March 8, 1943, which according to the oral presentation was conceived by Dr. Pavel Beňuška, the secretary of the Nitra bishop ThDr. Karol Kmeťko. was drawn up at least after his previous submission to the President of the Supreme Court of the Slovak Republic JUDr. Martin Mičura, including a decision on the date of his publication on March 21, 1943.
At the consultation in June 1943 with the participation Ursiny, Sidor, Zaťko, Sokol, Čarnogurský concluded that Slowakia free from army west of imperial power, which pierce through here and that in Balkan Slowakia will be to create a new government headed by Dr. Martin Mičura. To get the view and tried to keep his armed Slowakia step out of Alliance union with Germans empire coordinated with his Alliance Romania and Bulgaria.
In early August 1943 in his flat (Dr. Martin Mičura) in the Veľká Bytča held with the participation Šrobár, Karvaš, Zaťko, Sokol, which was constituted groop resistance and to have adopted a memorandum (known as too memorandum of 5 former ministers), adressed for Czechoslovak president Beneš exile to London. It suggested the establishment of Central NV, which was to end in Slowakia assume power and ensure that the country has avoided the anarchy and contribute to the restoration of Czechoslovakia in ensuring svojbytnosti slowakian his nation and reciprocity with czech nation in the state. Work of groop is outwardly not take part after was member of the Council. His Frend Dr. Imrich Karvaš sign the authorization for the transfer of finance and strategic stocks for uprising to Banská Bystrica. Cooperated in the case too with Rudolf Fraštacký. In July 1945 he was arrested in Bratislava Soviet security organs, dead in prison.
Professors Mičura and Karvaš be met with Dr. Gejza Medrický, Minister of Economy. Their ally was the Dr. Ing. Zaťko Peter, a member of the Slovak Parliament, Secretary General of the "Union of industry, righte hand of Karvaš and coosignatar of Christmas Agreement of 1943 on the preparation of the uprising. Slovakia was the only country except for Switzerland in Europe, where not rationing system for food. For some foods the government determined the maximum prices. In the year 1942 Secretary General of the Swiss Tourism, which was in Slovakia, the two-week visit was noted positively the Slovak economy, with controlled Karvaš.
Karvaš be in the hands of the financial policy of the State, as President of N Ú Z (the Supreme Authority for Supply) to manage the whole economy of Slovak Republic, as President of DOVUS (Import and export) the entire foreign trade. In fact he was a member of the government, regularly attended the Ministerial Council. Dr. Martin Mičura was firmly in the hands of the judiciary and regularly attend meetings of the Council of State. Martin Mičura and Imrich Karvaš to the Banska Bystrica, center of the insurgency, have funds in the amount of three billion crowns and supplies for safety reasons, given the war situation. Students know professors at the University Mičura and Karvaš as Czechoslovakians - lidák and agrarian.
Dr. Mičura worked against the German Empire also Rudolf Fraštacký. From abroad and maintain contact through the Swiss Consul in Slovakia, which was Hans Keller (* 19. August 1908 in Zürich; † 14. Dezember 1999 in Bern) and through the Consul General and Head of the Swiss Trade Mission, which was Max Grässli * 04.03.1902 † 29.06.1985, Dr.iur.diplomat. Directly in Switzerland participated in the activities of Chief SR " Service de Renseignement " Colonel Passy.
Max Grässli since 03.02.1942. With the Swiss diplomats in Bratislava often one (also official) too District Governor Dr. Aladár Ondrejkovič. Dr. Martin Mičura shareholder cement Ladce and Lietavská Lúčka a significant impact on the amount of cement exports to the Swiss Confederation, despite the objections of the German Reich and its vested interest in this strategic commodity. From May 29, 1942, members of the board of directors of Stupava Cement Company, participating company, Bratislava District Chief Aladár Ondrejkovič and Chief of Staff of the Ministry of Defense, Lt. Colonel GS. Karol Peknik (7).
Editor of " Budovateľ ", the magazine published and funded Baťa factories in Slovakia, was Ladislav Novomeský. Given the status of the Dr. Martin Mičura in the company Baťa ú.s. he had a decisive influence on the appointment Novomestský for the post.
The individual Baťa filiale factory in different landscapes co-operated with each other if possible in the years 1939-1945. The biggest shareholder of the Slovak part of Baťa was Dr. Martin Mičura in the years 1939-1945. His position on the board was decisive. Memorials such as ing. Janíček, a former Young man, recalls his arrivals in the year. 1943 to Partizánske on the Horch car with the driver on the board. He remembers him as the imposing senior elder lord in a clash with a cylinder and a cigar. Only he and the Wehrmacht officer taking over the OKW military footwear could smoke at the race.
Dr. Gustáv Husák. Perhaps in the year 1941 in Bratislava to create a "Union Forwarders - carriers in Greece." For the former Czechoslovakia was in Slovakia Forwarding five companies - all English. Thoose all after the establishment of a protectorate Bohemia and Moravia took Reich Germans, so too manage newly Union Forwarders - carriers in the Czech Republic. At the beginning of 1942 needed for forwarding sectetary Union. The application submits too Dr. Gustáv Husák, German masters. Secretariat Hlinka People's Party, known as the Communists can not wish, therefore, submitted his request to his friend JUDr. Ján Mikula. He recommended him as a friend and Dr. Gustáv Husák got this place up to the declaration year uprising in August 1944.
When he joined the May 3, 1944 lawyer Dr. Štefan Ravasz in the position of the Main Town of Bratislava was in operation already a complete new sports complex on Tehelné pole, which included the football stadium ŠK Bratislava. Thanks to his construction, besides other well-known Bratislava lawyer Dr. Štefan Ravasz, was also the honorary consul of the Kingdom of Sweden and the Kingdom of Denmark in Slovakia. He has been cooperating with since the interwar years Dr. Martin Mičura and the District Chief in Bratislava Dr. Aladár I. Ondrejkovič, who was also responsible for the construction of the "Tehelné pole" sports complex as a football official.
Dr. Josef Šoltés appeared publicly in academic associations and social democrat. Allegedly friend was with Dr. Gustáv Husák too JUDr. Ján Mikula. In Nitra the ousting directors malting (was Jewish native) place vacant position. To his place came Dr. Josef Šoltés. It's available to villa, car and personal driver. As dirctor of malting time in five yeras Slovak Republic exported English malt to breweries Germans.
In the Union mutual famers treasuries work agrarian politic Ján Ursíny *11.10.1896 Rakša †08.01.1972 Rakša, politic, religion econom, but must of he come off, replace it in the year 1939 (farmer of Nedanovce) parliamentarian of HSĽS Teodor Turček and during II World War farm in the Turiec of the large farmhouse Rakša. But his former colega JUDr. Jozef Lettrich to have well-established advocate cancelary in Bratislava, as advokate Union economic cooperatives.
Members of the opposition, most middle-class place in Slovak Republic took JUDr. Imrich Karvaš (Prof. JUDr. Imrich Karvaš *25.02.1903 Varsány today Kalinčiakovo, Levice †20.02.1981 Bratislava) secret that it is not ľudák that the czech wife and is čechoslovak. He was in the hands of the financial policy of the State, as President of NÚZ (the Supreme Authority for Supply) to manage the whole economy of Slovak Republic, as President of firm DOVUS (Import and export) the entire foreign trade. In fact was a member of the government, regularly attended the Ministerial Council. Dr. Martin Mičura was firmly in the hands of the judiciary and regularly attend meetings of the Council of State.doc.
Under pressure from rapidly changing situation in the fronts 2nd War world (head in opposite East Front USSR) to alter the economic policy positions too Dr. František Galan, former Chief leader Hlinka Guard. After Salzburg Deputy Director of cereal companyis (whose director was Ing. Klinovský). Dr. František Galan sey, "with director ing. Klinovský to place stocks in the Middle Slovakia Banská Bystrica. I do I have for other things too ...." Director Ing. Klinovský uprising soon after the beginning of August in the year 1944 went to Banská Bystrica. Was visiting in Zvolen, where partisans captured him and with the other seized on the bank of the ten river Hron shoted. Dr. František Galan now in first days and dead sure Gestapo in Germany.
Dňa 7. februára 1945 sa stal kolega zo štúdií Dr. Aladára I. Ondrejkoviča JUDr. Ivan Štefánik povereníkom spravodlivosti za Demokratickú stranu. Stal sa aj predsedom Najvyššieho správneho súdu.
JUDr. Martin Mičura expected in the year. 1945 liberation by the Soviet army without fear of its own security. In September, the NKVD authorities removed him from the hospital to the USSR. The family reportedly had the last reports about it, including General Karel Klapalek, the commander on the Eastern Front. He found him in a poorly known Ljubljanka camp, with his legs cut off because he suffered from diabetes at a high stage. That's the last knowledge about him.
General Turanec on the occasion of issuing his persons to Slowakia later pointed out that when you take over him was to escort him to prison shout Dr. Mičura of jail window, "here are". T.j. vtedy still live. Lost trace of Dr. Martin Mičura is lost in Soviet gulags.
President of the Czechoslovak People's Party Msgr. ThDr. Jan Šrámek in 1945 the Czechoslovak Viceprime Minister. In March 1948, tried to František Hála (Secretary of the Czechoslovak People's Party and former. Minister of Post) emigrate. Šrámek and Hála lived life in the illegal internment, including another in Nová Ríša, in Brno, in prison Valdice and finally to lodge in Roželově.
In 1953, he was a professor at the Faculty of Law, UK in the so-called Vol. "B-actions" Prof. Mgr. Imrich Karvaš evacuated with the entire family from Bratislava.
Msgre ThDr. Jan Šrámek died in 1956 in Prague Bulovka hospital, was hospitalized under the fictitious name of Josef Císar.
The destroyed AeroClub Borovo hangar at the former airport a.comp. Baťa Borovo with JNA artillery fire damaged by corporate buildings in 1992. After fire, craters are not buried in the grassy airport area.
Despite public protests in spring 2008, demolished Vila of Mičura in the Bytča. Prof. Dr. Martin Mičura it was built in the year 1919. At his request his projekted architect Milan Michal Harminc. In the Bytča give regulated brook too Canalisation earth's surface and pavement of square and head up the street bridge. Give order to church, give to build a tower, the belfry, the vicarage, towns house, armory. Hier published photo of villa Dr. Martin Mičura with kind permission of mr. Susolík. Milan Michal Harminc too in Saint Martin builted Art Nouveau villa for Dr. J. Kohút. On August 13, 1943, the Šrobár Memorandum (Mičura ?) Was accepted here.
The symbolic tombstone of President of the Supreme Court of the Slovak Republic JUDr. Martin Mičura at Martin Cemetery in Bratislava, where urns are stored in families JUDr. Milan Mičura Malár Magdin 1921-1997; Magdalene Fábry born Vojčeková 1908-1996; Magdalene Mičurová born Sohlmannová.
Ing. PHDr. Milan Karvaš
Daughter of Premiére lieutenant cavalry Pavel Štefánik, granddaughter of Notary Public Dr. Ladislav Štefánik (brother of General M.R. Štefanik), niece of Dr. Alexander Luštek and grand-niece of General M. R. Štefánik Ms. Tamara Dudášová born Štefániková July 25, 2015 in Košariská. That day took up 135th anniversary of the birth of General M.R. Štefanik. Father, grandfather and uncle were Mrs. Tamara's friends and family Ondrejkovič et Turba. Premiére Lieutenant. cavalry Pavel Stefanik was commander of the technical squadron the Slovakia Securing divisions on the Eastern Front and then the 1st Czechoslovak officer of Army Corps in the USSR. He was twice wounded in battle at Dukla.
Work : Same right for Slovakia. Ba 1933.
Literature : witnesses of Dr. Martin Mičura Ba 1933 ; Kramer. J.: Slowakian autonomy hnutie 1918-29. Ba 1962, s.303-304; History of Slowakia 5. Ba 1985, s.59,61,62, 129 ; Trapl, M.: Czechoslowak poeple party in Slowakia in the year 1925-1938. Historic magasin, 46, 1988, no 3, s. 480-484; biografic články : National denník, 12, 19.9.1933, s.1; Poeple politic, 9, 179.1933, s.1 a 4. Czechoslovakia. Biografie, Serie 5, 18.1.1937; SNS 2, s.356; RLS, s.215; ES 1 s.449 ; 3,s.573; ESNP, s.311, 543; MČSE 4, s.233 ; Archív BiO MS (dotazník 1935, životopis). Encycklopedy of Slowakia A-Z. In witnesses Dr. Martin Mičura (1933-Linografii and K.Jaroň and comp. In Bratislava str.78 až 80 krátené): ; JUDr. Ján Mikula " Uprising with legend " ; Colonel Aladár Ondrejkovič ; Sidónia Hutárová ;
This year we commemorate the 125th anniversary of the birth of a lawyer and Christian politician prof. Dr. Martin Mičura from the Dlhé Pole. Among the creators and protectors of Slovak Christian traditions in the period between the two world wars, he belongs to his honor.
Even today, with the respect of Dr. Martin Mičura, the former chairman of the board of directors, Mr. Ing. Dezider Goga, formerly Minister of Commerce of the Slovak Republic, is also remembered, at the time he worked at the Baťa plant in Šimonovany. He remembers exactly the number 12 of his shoes when he cuts his uppers.
The author is sincerely grateful to the staff of the Swiss diplomatic mission in Bratislava for providing copies of the literature in which he describes the work of the Consul General of the Swiss Confederation in Slovakia, Max Grässli, between 1939-1945 in Bratislava.
Explanation: Ján Jesenský squire, chairman of the savings in Turč. Sv. Martin, turning Vrútky. Tibor Jesenský - chief advisor of public administration and internal government commissioner in Stadtsparkasse Žilina. Kotva Import-Export Bratislava Moysesova ul. No 10, director A. Štván (Slovak a.c. Šimonovany). (Peter Víťazoslav Rovnianek: Notes buried alive (I, ...). *Lt. Col. Alojz Androvič came from a family vicecomes in Puchov Alexander Androvich leader of the Slovaks in Hungary ; (V-101 Sergej), later AV-6045 (Karger) Dr. Valerij Vilinskij (Chief of Cabinet of the Minister of Transport Dr. Ivan Pietor 1946-48) ; Son of notary in Varšany district Levice and frend of familys Ondrejkovič and Mičura was too guvernér of the National bank Dr. Imrich Karvaš ;
Notes: District Notary Rudolf Mičura * 30.05.1881 Dlhé Pole † 02.04.1951 Dlhé Pole, was on July 8, 1911 witness at the wedding of Dr. Martin Mičura ; Zakladajúci člen Matice slovenskej 338.(76) Martin Mičura ; Do roku 1918 bol Dr. Martin Mičura aj členom zastupiteľstva Trenčianskej župy ; rodák z Dlhého Poľa Štefan Haššík, poslanec, nitiansky župan bol predseda Družstva Slovenského ľud. divadla v Nitre ; Katarína Ondrejkovič born Malár *1926 †1992 ; After the establishment of Czechoslovakia JUDr. M. Mičura bought from L. Popper part forest Bytča estate originally belonged to the genus Thurzo which previously got into kinship and property relations across genders Ondrejkovič, Sandor de Szlavnicza and von Rottal ; JUDr. Milan Mičura Malar Magdin 1921-1997 ; Magdaléna Fábry born Vojček 1908-1996 (between 1939-45 serv Lt. aut. Anton Fábry with friend and college Lt. cav. od jari 1944 First Lt. aut. reserve Aladár II. Ondrejkovič in Automobile battalion 1) Magdaléna Mičurová born Sohlmann ;
Resourssen: Colonel Aladár Ondrejkovič ; Mrs. Sidónia Hutárová born Haššík ; minister fin. ing. Miroslav Maxon ; editor Alexander Bachnár ; ing. Marián Tkáč archiv of NBS ; ing. Janíček ; minister ing. Dezider Goga ; Lady Gizelle Kerney ; Ambassador Swiss Confederation in Bratislava Max Grässli ; Ataché of Swiss Confederation in Bratislava Hans Keller ; editor Juraj Fuchs ; Jozef Jablonický Historical Studies, No. 25, vol. 12, July 1989, Prague, pages 53-71 (7) ; Mikuš, Jozef A. 1998 (1) ; archbishop Ján Sokol 19.01.2001 Bratislava ; Ján Chryzostom cardinal Korec 19.01.2001 ; newspaper - Slovenská Pravda of the 17.07.1932 ;
Jaroslav Pospíšil, Hubert Valášek, Hana Pospíšilová "Herr Direktor a ti druzí" protektorátny riaditeľ Baťovych závodov Dr. Albrecht Miesbach ;
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A national activist, lawyer (born 18.11.1851 Dlhé Pole, district Žilina - died in Těšín 22.3.1919, buried in a Dlhé Pole). Father Ján Mičura, mother Dorota, born Kudelčíková. Wife Sidónia born Rovnianek (as a widow lived with sisters from Stefan II. Ondrejkovič).
Viliam Paulíny-Tóth, son of the Protestant pastor was 1847-1848 professor at the Lyceum in Kremnica. At that time he published the political file "The Age of Freedom". He was the captain of the Slovak volunteer corps. After 1849 he worked in state services at the county office in Trenčín and as the Chief Servant in Veľká Bytča. Since 1853 was the county commissioner in Kecskemét. In 1855 he received a nobility title after marriage and he joined the surname of the wife of Vilma Tóth de Tőre et Tóthmegyer, a relative of Anna Ondrejkovič born Sandor de Szlavnicza through her father Trencin County Judge (Janka Sandor de Szlavnicza, whose father was Michael Baron Sandor and mother Anna Kubicza married János Tóth of Esztergom Diocese, married by a considerable dowry).
The Upper Tatra Bank was established in 1884 in Turčiansky Sv. Martin. At the birth of it stood, among other things, the capital, which was acquired by the marriage of William Pauliny-Tóth.
On slide Dr. Martin Mičura with his father Imrich Mičura and uncle lawyer Juraj Mičura
Vicežupan Koloman Beniczký pokrvne príbuzný trenčianskeho župného sudcu Stephana Sandora de Szlavnicza, svokra Obvodného notára Stefana I. Ondrejkoviča. Trenice sa dotýkali obsadenia miesta riaditeľa Tatra banky a predsedníctva dozorného povereníctva. Pozri Národné noviny XX (1889), č. 43 a 44, kde prebehla kontraverzia medzi vtedajším riaditeľom Tatra banky Rudolfom Krupcom a Matúšom Dulom i Andrejom Halašom. Valné zhromaždenie Tatra banky bolo 26. apríla 1889. Riaditeľom zostal Rudolf Krupec. Za predsedu dozorného povereníctva bol vyvoleny Gyorgy Szmrecsányi, za podpredsedu „proti kandidátovi Matúša Dulu a jeho spoločníkov väčšinou hlasov Koloman Beniczký“. (Zprávu priniesli Národné noviny XX (1889), č. 48.).
Bytča in 1896 stood for election to the Hungarian Parliament, the Land of the Catholic People's Party. In 1918, the SNR, a signatory to the Declaration Slovak Nation of Martin 30.10.1918.
Rozvetvená notárska rodina Ondrejkovič - Sandor s príbuzenskými väzbami so všetkými významnými šľachtickými rodmi trenčianskej a nitrianskej župy v r.1912. Na snímke je aj Obvodný, neskôr Župný notár Rudolf Mičura s manželkou Annou Mičurovou rod. Ondrejkovič, bytčiansky advokát Juraj Mičura a neskorší minister a prezident Najvyššieho súdu SR advokát JUDr. Martin Mičura. Prvý stojaci vľavo je študent PF v Budapešti, neskorší Okresný náčelník Aladár I. Ondrejkovič, v strede sedí Sp. Da Anna Ondrejkovičová rod. Sandor de Szlavnicza a jej manžel Obvodný notár Stephan I. Ondrejkovič (v trenčianskej župe najúspešnejší organizátor volieb do jej zastupiteľstva), vedľa učiteľka Mária Anna Turba a jej manžel Správca učiteľ Stefan II. Ondrejkovič s ich synčekmi Stephanom III. a Aladárom II. Na snímke je aj so svojou manželkou Máriou rod. Ondrejkovič, nad svojou sestrou aj notár Stefan Turba, neskorší riaditeľ pôšt na Slovensku a mešťanosta Bratislavy. Dolu sú chlapci Jozef Ondrejkovič a Ľudovít Ondrejkovič so svojou sestrou Lenkou. Obaja padli vo Veľkej vojne.
Juraj Mičura studied at a grammar school in Esztergom, studied law at the Law School in Bratislava. Lawyer in the town Bytča. Co-national and cultural life in and around the Bytča, praxis him several representatives of the Slovak public and cultural life (Martin Mičura nephew, Janko Jesenský, Vladimir Pivko, Jozef Hranec).
Literature: Podrimavský, M.: Slovak National Party in the second half 19.century. Ba 1983, s.151; History of Slovakia 4th Ba 1986; s.198; Obituaries: National newspaper, 50, 12.4.1919, p. 5; Legal skyline, 2.1919, No.1-3, p. 27-28; Archive Bio MS (extract from the registers) . Slovakia Encyclopedy A-Z ; JUDr. Ján Mikula " Uprising with legend " ; Col. Aladár Ondrejkovič; Sidónia Hutárová ; Gizelle Kerney ;
Priest Michael Balažovič (allied families Turba) born in Veľké Bielice on 16.09.1885 (father Ján Balažovič) graduated from high school in Nitra, 1899-1903, 1903-1907 theological studies ibid. Was ordained priest in 1908. Kaplan Predmier, Novak, Kysucké Nové Mesto and Dlhé Pole (from 1.7.1914). Military service 1915-1917. Since 1919, the administrator Klátová N. Ves, 1921 in Stará Bystrica chaplain from year 1922 extra services.
After 1918 it was the political status of Mičura family significantly strengthened to marriage of Anna Ondrejkovič, the daughter (granddaughter of Trenčín county Judge Stefan Sandor de Szlavnicza) of a notarial largest family of Nitra and Trencin County with the District notary Rudolf Mičura.
National newspaper November 27, 1918. New Slovak robe. From a reliable source, we learn that for Šarišs the appointed Comes is Dr. Pavel Fábry, a lawyer and a wartime auditor at the Buda District Command.
From December 12, 1918 in Zilina, in the villa of Edita Bacherová native Milecová and her husband Andrey Bacher, the local bank was ruled by the local bank of the Rožmberok Credit bank, the holding company was occupied by the minister with the power of administration of Slovakia Dr Vavro Šrobár (1867-1950) and his office, the Slovak Government.
After the creation of the Czechoslovakia, lawyer Samuel Daxner de Tótzabar was a political companion of District Notary Štefan Ondrejkovič and lawyer Juraj Mičura in national matters, and was appointed to the position Comes of Gemer-Malohont county. Here he oversaw the seizure of power on its territory by the Czechoslovak authorities and the army.
Náhrobný kameň bytčianskeho advokáta Juraja Mičuru a jeho ctenej manželky pani Sidónie Rovnianek v obci Dlhé Pole, okres Žlina.
Pandémia, španielska chrípka zdecimovala populáciu Európy a sveta na začiatku 20. storočia viac ako 1. sv. vojna v jej závere v r.1918. Neutrálne Španielsko vyšlo s informáciu o epidémii v roku 1918 prvé. Rakúsky lekársky historik Harald Salfellner upozorňuje na možný zdroj chrípky z Číny. Tu v roku 1917 vypuklo onemocnenie dýchacích ciest, ktoré sa po krátkej chorobe končilo zápalom pľúc. So 140 tisícmi čínskych robotníkov, ktorí mali podporovať Britov vo vojne, sa nákaza cez USA dostala do Európy. Nákaza v roku 1918 postihovala vojakov na frontoch, v lazaretoch, zajateckých táboroch aj civilistov. Správy, ktoré domov prinesli čs. légionári a zajatci zo Sibíri poukazujú aj na ďalšiu trasu šírenia španielskej chrípky a škvrnitého týfusu. Po separátnom vystúpení Ruska z vojny 3. marca 1918 mnohí navrátilci Trojspolku zo zajatia v Rusku boli už chorí a po tisícoch umierali. Aj légionári a Hlavný súdny oficiál Gejza Turba priniesli domov okrem potencionálnej nákazy správy a dôkazy s fotografiami početných komunít výhradne bielo zaodetých Čínanov (zaoberajúcich sa živnosťami v službách - vývarovne, práčovne atď.) na železničných staniciach miest pozdĺž celej Transsibírskej magistrály ktorí zo dňa na deň zmizli.
Lode tiež cez prístavy roznášali po svete pandémiu, ktorá na jeseň priniesla smrť miliónom, ustúpila až po konci prvej svetovej vojnyv r.1918. V roku 1919 sa vrátila. Španielska chrípka doznela až v roku 1920. Ochorelo 500 až 600 miliónov ľudí, tretina svetovej populácie. Odhady smrteľných obetí sa rôznia – od počtu, ako bolo mŕtvych v prvej svetovej vojne 17 miliónov po 100 miliónov. Salfellner odhaduje počet obetí v Rakúsko-Uhorsku na 185-385-tisíc, okolo pol percenta populácie. Vznik a priebeh pandémie španielskej chrípky sa kryje s epidémiami škvrnitého týfusu, ktoré prinajmenšom rovnako postihli vojakov a civilné obyvateľstvo. Na Slovensku až do roku 1921. Štatistické čísla z Veľkej Británie uvádzajú, že počas prvej chrípkovej vlny umrelo desať percent chorých, druhej na jeseň 1918 až dve tretiny a na jar 1919 štvrtina chorých. Pri boji so španielskou chrípkou sa začali uplatňovať opatrenia známe zo súčasnosti. Napríklad v októbrovej vlne v roku 1918, keď vo Viedni úmrtnosť v porovnaní s predchádzajúcimi chrípkami narástla o 300 percent, úrady vyzvali obyvateľov, aby sa vyhýbali kontaktu s chorými. Zatvárali sa školy, divadlá, továrne pracovali v obmedzenom režime. Podobne reagovala Budapešť. Pandémia tragicky postihla aj rodiny Ondrejkovič, Sandor de Szlavnicza a Mičura, keď okrem strát životov ich synov na fronoch nákazou a úmrtím Anny Ondrejovičovej rod. Sandor de Szlavnicza, jej dcéry Anny Mičurovej rod. Ondrejkovič s ešte nenarodeným dietaťom aj advokáta Juraja Mičuru.
King Ferdinand I of Romania
First Romanian troops who stepped in Budapest on the evening August 3, 1919, the three squadron from 6th Cavalry regiment of the 4th Brigade under the command of General Rusescu.
On 6 August 1920, Career Diplomat Constantin Hiott was appointed Special Envoy and Plenipotentiary of the Government of Romania in Prague.
Dr. Karel Baxa was the first President of the Constitutional Court of the Czechoslovak Republic from 17 November 1921 to 5 January 1937. His seat was in Dušní Street 17 in Prague, where the Ministry of Unification, ie the Ministry for the Unification of Legislation and the Organization of Administration in the Czechoslovak Republic, also functioned. Dr. Karel Baxa was a close associate and friend of Mr. Juraj Mičura. He also became related to him by marriage First lieutenant Aladár II Ondrejkovič and Miss Alžbeta Ličková. Attorney Juraj Mičura was an associate in political life and friend from District notary Štefan I Ondrejkovič and Štefan Turba.
The British Red Cross's mission has also focused on fighting epidemics and helping children. At Kysuce, at least 100 brewery and distribution centers have been opened. in Krásne, in Oščadnica, in Turzovka. The local authorities distributed the supplies from the Čs RC warehouse, which they assigned to the British RC Assistance Mission from the donations that Slovakia received from abroad after World War I. These were clothes, bedding and hospital supplies for the hospital in 1,035 offices at a cost of more than CZK 4,000,000. They were also supplying supplies from the central store of clothing and food of the British Red Cross's Assistance Mission, which was located in Žilina, where Edita Bachero's born Milec (1886-1975) also worked, cultural worker and member of the Central Committee of the Slovak Women's Association Živena. She participated in the reorganization of Čs RC branch in Žilina and since 1929 she was chairwoman of Živena in Žlina. Source: Historical Journal, 56, 3, 2008.
Renaissance mansion in the village Súľov-Hradná. Heyday when he belonged to Mary Madocsányi, wife of Trencin County governor's Paulus Madocsányi (related families Ondrejkovics-Sandor de Szlavnicza). Receptions were held here, guests came all the way from Budapest. In front of the manor house was a pond with a fountain, fish, aquatic plants. In the year 1931 him zahádzali remained after only a marsh. Ms Madocsániy died in 1894 aged 76 years. The manor house bought by Mr. Vincent Mičura. Corrected some walls pulled down. In 1937 from Mr. Micura mansion in parts they bought back.
Súľov castle in 1550 donated the ruler Sebastián Siriemsis. He belonged to the family until he did not leave in 1780. One mansion in the castle in 1591 acquired Helena Sirmiensis. It belonged to the 19th century dynasty. In the XIX century it was Charles and Francis Sirmiensis (multiple relatives with the family Ondrejkovics Sandor de Szlavnicza). After the death of Louis, Captain of K.u.K assessor court etc. his wife sold the mansion county council and royal counselor to Louis Akaj. After the establishment of Czechoslovakia assets acquired Tatrabanka from whom it bought Vincent Mičura. Park set aside, Zruc old houses sold rolls sell out part of the land, forests retained. After nationalization in 1948 the family had Mičura Estate transmit to the State. After restitution in 1989 Mičura reconstruct the family mansion.
Palace of Palatine Georgius Thurzo, a family member of Ondrejkovic, among others Married Catherine von Rottal (daughters of Felizitas Thurzo and Jacob von Rottal) with Francis I. Sandor de Szlavnicza from Veľká Bytča.
Married District Notary Rudolf Mičura and Anna Ondrejkovič also got this family in a family relationship with offspring of the genus Thurzo. The widow of Emerich Thurzo, twenty-year-old Christine Nyári (a relative of the Sandor de Szlavnicza family), went on 21 June 1624 for Mikolaus Esterházy, who won the Bytča, which he received from Ferdinand II. Esterházy in 1862 lent to Leopold Popper the manor and the castle. After the origin of the Czechoslovak Republic, he bought a part of the housing estate of JUDr. Martin Mičura.
Lady Muriel Paget at Kysuce. The Revolutionary Slovak National Council was established in Chad on 3 November 1918. The chairman became a well-known scholar Ferdinand Hirš, Vice-Presidents Štefan Beniač and Dr. Robert Poradovsky, the secretaries of Jozef Menkyn and Ľudovít Janota. Local National Committees have been addressing the life of the population since the first day. Women, especially the wives of the National Councils and Committees, organized a voluntary Red Cross service to help returning soldiers, sick and socially weak. The worst situation was in Turzovka, the largest and most disturbed village in Slovakia. The doctor, a non-scholar in tornadoes, and the local officials, the notary Rudolf Mičura, Jozef Brix, priest Točík and Fundarek, major Michalička and others were busy saving lives, considering food, clothes, and so on. Turzovka then came to MUDr. Adolf Staneček and his wife Marina. During this period the Czechoslovak Red Cross and the initiative of Dr. Alice Masaryk and Lady Muriel Paget have made one of the first major helper events in Slovakia. Dr. Alica Masaryk was at that time a deputy of the National National Assembly for Slovakia and at the suggestion of MUDr. Ivan Halko, her friend and others, focused their activities on Kysuce. Help needed the most. So it happened that just 50 years ago, Turzovka became the seat of a relief mission. Old English chemists moved to the Old Pharmacy building from the Lady Muriel Paget Assistance Mission led by Miss Maston. Auxiliary action had to be started on two fronts:
Personál núdzovej nemocnice v Turzovke pri Dlhom Poli. V strede MUDr. Adolf Staneček a Ľudovít Janota.
vybudovaním provizórnej infekčnej nemocnice, ktorú zriadili v budove školy a starostlivosťou o vyhladované a choré deti a ich matky, najmä na kopaniciach. Dni a noci namáhavých služieb v pomocnej misii, starostlivosť o infekciami napadnuté deti - to si vyžiadalo mnoho aj tých najväčších obetí: dňa 30. septembra 1919 umiera na týfus mladá anglická sestra, Margareta McCullum. Onedlho ju 25. októbra 1919 nasleduje aj pani Milka Dudáčková, obetavá dobrovolná pracovníčka misie. Obeťou týfusu sa stáva 13.októbra 1919 aj riaditeľ školy Ignác Ország, ktorý poskytol chorým vojakom pomoc v jeho vlastnej škole. Keď si pripomíname vznik Československého Červeného kríža a jeho päťdesiatročné zdarné účinkovanie, spomeňme si na prvé obete, ktoré vyhasli pri práci na záchrane životov iných. Zdroj: Ľ. Janota, časopis "Zdravie" ročník XXV. November 1969 strany 10 a 11.
Prezident republiky T. G. Masaryk a minister s plnou mocou pre Správu Slovenska Dr. Martin Mičura v roku 1921 po plavbe na Dunaji parnou vlečnou nákladnou loďou Váh v pristave Bratislava z vojenskej prehliadky v r.1921 v Petržalke Kopčanoch.
Snímok z oslavy 80-tych narodenín Olgy Milecovej v Troch Dvoroch. Zľava stoja československý a slovenský diplomat Dr. Ivan Milec (Milecz de Tarnó), bankár Igor Pietor, Janka Thomka-Markovická, Oľga Kuzmányová, Hela Kohútová, Margita Paulíny-Tóthová, bankár Andrej Bacher, statkár a zeman Ladislav Thomka-Markovický. Zľava sedia Elena Makovická rod. Pivková, Oľga Milecová rod. Makovická a bankár Vladimír Makovický. Na zemi sedia zľava Eda Bacherová rod. Milecová, vysokoškolský pedagóg a lekár MUDr. Ilja Paulíny-Tóth, Anna Pietorová rod. Milecová, Milena Milecová rod. Slezáková, Tatjana Pietorová. Vpredu leží Igor Pietor ml.
Rímskokatolícky farský Kostol Všetkých svätých vo Veľkej Bytči. Na pamäť renovácie tohoto chrámu, ktorú k sláve Božej a na pozdvihnutie mravnej sily národa previedlo mesto Veľká Bytča v roku 1937, keď bol starostom mesta: Dr. Martin Mičura, minister m. sl., poslanec Národného zhromaždenia Československej republiky, prezident Vrchného súdu v Bratislave, atď. Jeho námestkami: Michal Fundárek, roľník a Dr. Leopold Deutsch, obchodník.
Lady Milena Mileczová (Milecová) genus Slezáková and Lieutenant cavalry Aladár II. Ondrejkovič (pravnuk trenčianskeho župného sudcu Stephana Sandora de Szlavnicza) of family who had with her husband Dr. Ivan Milecz (Milec) friendship, family and professional relationships (mother, Olga Makovický, sister Margita Pauliny-Tóth and Olga Kuzmány). Image of the ball to Serbia 1942 before her husband and emigration, the Slovak ambassador in the Kingdom of Romania and Yugoslavia to Turkey and then to London (with the tasks of the domestic opposition).
Notes: District notary Rudolf Mičura *30.05.1881 Dlhé Pole †02.04.1951 Dlhé Pole ; JUDr. Milan Mičura Malar Magdin 1921-1997 ; Magdaléna Fábry born Vojček 1908-1996 ; Magdaléna Mičurová born Sohlmann ; Katarína Ondrejkovičová born Malár *1926 †1992 ;
Source: Sidónia Hutárová born Haššíková ; Lady Gizelle Kerney born Ondrejkovičová ; Lt. colonel Aladár II. Ondrejkovič ; Nitriansky župan a od septembra 1944 minister obrany Stefan Haššik ;