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POLITICAL PROPAGANDA AND THE CULTURAL REVOLUTION IN “THE INDEPENDENT STATE OF CROATIA”

Alan Labus ; The Accredited College of Business and Management, B. A. Krčelić, Zaprešić, Croatia


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str. 214-220

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The influence of politics on the media, especially newspapers and journalists’ work in the Independent State of Croatia (ISC) represents an insufficiently researched area in the Croatian historiography of the Second World War. It is a very important topic in the context of the political project called The Cultural Revolution. The task of the project was to change the Croatian society in accordance with what had been the Ustashas’ main goal since the time they took power in early spring of 1941. The purpose of this paper, of restricted nature, is to explain the basic determinants of “The Cultural Revolution”, scale of political influence on the newspapers in the ISC and the way the Ustashas’ power had organized the institutions responsible for the management and control of the newspaper offices. This paper was based on the research of the documents of the Government of the ISC, National Propaganda Office (NPO), Internal Affairs Secretariat of the Socialist Republic of Croatia, State Security Department, Reporting Office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, daily newspapers and some magazines.

Ključne riječi

"The Independent State of Croatia", The Cultural revolution, propaganda, politics, newspapers

Hrčak ID:

72603

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/72603

Podaci na drugim jezicima: hrvatski

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