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USTASHA PROPAGANDA ON THE 1943 BIG THREE CONFERENCE IN TEHRAN, AND THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE ALLIED DECISIONS FOR THE OUTCOME OF WORLD WAR II, THE DEFEAT OF THE THIRD REICH AND THE DOWNFALL OF THE INDEPENDENT STATE OF CROATIA

Alan Labus ; Veleučilište Baltazar Zaprešić, Hrvatska


Puni tekst: engleski pdf 793 Kb

str. 145-153

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Based on the primary documents of the Croatian State Archive, the Fonds of the Government Presidency of the Independent State of Croatia (the NDH), the documents on the Great Alliance, 1942-1943 (the Tehran Conference), and information from daily and periodical journals, the author of the article explains the ways in which the public was informed in the NDH and how media was governed in a totalitarian state like the NDH. The paper, which is dedicated to the crucial period of World War Two, additionally analyzes topics such as the decisions of the Alliance in Tehran, the reaction of the Ustasha government to the political and military plans of the Alliance, as well as the consequences for the NDH authorities, which the said decisions brought about. The first meeting between the Big Three was considered by the Ustasha authorities to be a proof of the Soviet victory and dominance in south-eastern parts of Europe, as well as a step towards the restitution of Yugoslavia led by the Bolsheviks, or Tito’s Partisans, under the presumption that the Third Reich was defeated. Using the influence of the current press, the Ustasha regime tried to form the public opinion that there was no alternative to the alliance between the NDH and the Third Reich and that any other solution, apart from the victory of the Axis powers, would lead to the loss of the state.

Ključne riječi

World War Two, the Independent State of Croatia, the Alliance, press, propaganda

Hrčak ID:

151671

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/151671

Podaci na drugim jezicima: hrvatski

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