Skip to the main content

Original scientific paper

Factionally-political Relations in Dubrovnik at the End of the 19th and the Beginning of the 20th century

Ivo Perić ; Institute for Historical Sciences of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Dubrovnik, Croatia

Full text: croatian pdf 17.651 Kb

page 155-221

downloads: 97



Political parties that actioned in Dalmatia under the Austrian rule had also their supporters in Dubrovnik as a part of province Dalmatia. At the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century Dubrovnik had supporters in the following Dalmatian political parties: National Croatian Party, Party of Rights, Pure Party of Rights, Serbian and Autonomous Party. Disagreement between these parties weakened their individual and mutual resistance towards alien Austrian regime.
Rapprochement of the National Croatian Party and the Party of Rights brought them together and in 1905 they made Croatian Party pledging for the politics of a new course. Their politics was accepted by Serbian Party. New political guidance of these parties was expressed completely through Resolutions in Rijeka and Zadar. These parties took part in its bringing, too.
The President of Croatian Party was Pero Čingrija and the President of Serbian Party was Antun Pugliesi, both from Dubrovnik. The politics of the Resolution was represented in Dubrovnik by weekly "Red Croatia" — the organ of Croatian Party and "Dubrovnik" — the organ of Serbian Party. Antiresolutioners in Dubrovnik (members of the Pure Party of Rights) issued their weekly as well — "True Red Croatia". That is to say that Dubrovnik of that period with only about 10.000 inhabitants had three parallel published political magazines. They contributed to the political atmosphere in the town


politics, Dubrovnik, 19th century, 20th century

Hrčak ID:



Article data in other languages: croatian

Visits: 334 *