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Nada Kisić-Kolanović ; Institut za suvremenu povijest, Zagreb, Hrvatska

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str. 425-439

preuzimanja: 444



The complexity of the partisan movement between 1941 and 1945 cannot be understood if one does not equalize it with the communist ideology. Also, one should be reminded of the fact that the winning world powers did not recognize the independent Croatian state in 1945. Croats had to confirm their integrity within the supranational Yugoslavia. As the Independent State of Croatia stood next to German and Italy in foreign policy, that problem was indirectly associated with the defeat of fascism. On the contrary, the partisan movement gained the antifascist status. Croatian antifascism was not only verbal, it had also its historical causes. During the war the communists negotiated with the left wing of Croatian Peasant Party, trying to eliminate their political rivals. Parallelly, in Territorial Antifascist Council of National Liberation of Croatia conflicts began to occur in connection with the strengthening of the national aspirations. Thus, at the end of 1944, A. Hebrang, secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Croatia, was removed.

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