- found: Dickson, P. Labels for locals, 2006 (Slovakia (Slovak Republic): Slovak, also an adjective. Prior to the independence of this nation, the demonym described a person of the eastern part of Czechoslovakia. Slovaks have a distinct identity (language, culture, history, etc.) that sets them apart from the Czechs; Czechoslovak: now of historic interest, this was the term for the population of Czechoslovakia as a whole, but Czech was used for those in the Czech lands (Bohemia and Moravia-Silesia) and Slovak for those in Slovakia. It is significant that 300,000 ethnic Slovaks declared themselves citizens of the Czech Republic in 1994 and the European Union in 2004. Similarly, over half a million ethnic Hungarians are residents of Slovakia, the demonym for which (Slovak) can have specific ethnic application)
- found: CIA - The world factbook, via WWW, Dec. 21, 2011 (under Slovakia: Nationality: noun: Slovak(s), adjective: Slovak)
- found: Slovaks and Bulgarians among neo-Nazis arrested in Serbia, 2007, via European Jewish press website, viewed Dec. 21, 2011 (Slovak nationals)
- found: Scholarships of the Government of the Slovak Republic, via Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport of the Slovak Republic website, viewed Dec. 21, 2011 (Slovak nationals living abroad)
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- 2012-03-12: revised
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