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Particulary Antifascism


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In this work antifascism is shown as a movement which in its
original nature represented a logical opposition to fascism, but
also as a hypothesis which according to its definition ultimately
had to offer the realisation of full democratic freedom.
However, essentially different ideological and political demands
of declarative representatives of antifascism, especially
prominent in the initial phase, influenced undoubtedly its
longlasting lack of credibility, which was in the short period of
the Second World War (1941-1945) nevertheless successfully
replaced by the appearance of the real universal antifascism,
originating from the necessity of defence against general fascist
aggression. Within this framework Communists as a part of the
antifascist movement, although losing the import of antifascist
factor in the period of their collaboration (1939-1941) with the
Nazi movement, won back their significant antifascist position
by being forced to enter the war, later abusing it as a guise for
the parallel realisation of the Communist revolution. In that way
they undeniably verified the ambiguity of antifascism, i.e.
clearly asserted their true ideological priority over representing
and realising the complete idea of antifascism. Croatian
Communists, as factors of the broader Communist movement,
and also of that general, universal antifascism, represented first
and foremost, accordingly to their nature, the obligatory
ideological tasks which they unquestionably had to carry out,
which simply meant; their behaviour could not leave the
framework of strictly set principles of Communist doctrine.
Therefore, they led the Croatian antifascist movement from a
hierarchically inferior position, due to which Croatia did not
emerge from World War II as an independent democratic state
but as a part of the newly established undemocratic
Communist Yugoslav state. It can thus be said that all the
positive quality of the antifascist idea was not fully realised in
the Croatian example either, but was quite contrarily and in
accordance with Communist demands primarily replaced with
the obligation to carry out ideological principles.

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