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CATEGORIES AND NUMBERS OF COLONISTS IN SLAVONIA AND BARANJA BETWEEN THE TWO WORLD WARS

Josip Vrbošić ; Pravni fakultet, Osijek


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str. 311-325

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Colonization within the area of regional (županijski) land offices
in Croatia existed in the following districts: Batina, Darda, Daruvar,
Donji Miholjac, Đakovo, Našice, Nova Gradiška, Orahovica,
Osijek, Pakrac, Slatina, Požega, Slavonski Brod, Valpovo, Virovitica
and Vukovar, because, according to regional reports, there
was free land to be found on estates in these districts. The greatest
number of volunteers and colonists between the two wars
were settled in the districts of Virovitica, Slatina and Vukovar. In
these administrative units there was an increase of the Orthodox
population, at the expense of the Catholic and other religions. In
terms of numbers, there were some 8000 volunteers, colonists with
general conditions, optants, and refugees that moved with their families
into the north-eastern part of Croatia, which, according to
estimates, amounted up to 30000 new inhabitants in the area mentioned.
They were mostly settled in about one hundred land settlements
- colonies (74 in Slavonia, 19 in Srijem and 7 in Baranja),
thus inevitably changing the agrarian, but also the ethnic picture
of Slavonia, Baranja and Srijem, Le. eastern Croatia between the
wars, which was, in fact, the main goal of the Serbian rulers in
monarchist Yugoslavia.

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31698

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