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Attitudes of Croatian political elite towards formation of the Yugoslav state

Branka Boban ; Viša znanstvena suradnica, Zagreb


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str. 8-98

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The article presents and examines attitudes towards formation of
the Yugoslav state (Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes) in 1918
within two groups of Croatian politics. The first one acted abroad,
organised in the Yugoslav Committee, led by Frano Supilo and Ante
Trumbić. Without this group, the countries of the Entante would
not be well informed about political aspirations and problems of the
Croats, Serbs and Slovenes within the Austria-Hungary. They wanted
to liberate themselves and to unite in a Yugoslav state with Serbia
and Montenegro. The Yugoslav Committe was active in preventing
Italian aspirations in Eastern Adriatic, which were based on the London
Agreement between Italy and the Entante. The other group was
active within the country. It requested unification of all Croatian and
Slovenian lands, as well as Bosnia-Herzegovina, in one unit within
the Austria-Hungary. As of 1917 the position of this group too moved
towards unification with Serbia and Montenegro. The article follows
political evolution and attitudes on the issue of unification with Serbs
in Yugoslavia by the leading Croatian politicians of the time: Frano
Supilo, Ante Trumbić, Ivan Lorković and Ante Pavelić (the dentist,
not the Poglavnik of 1941) and Stjepan Radić.

Ključne riječi

Yugoslavia, Croatia, Serbia, Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, Unification of 1918.

Hrčak ID:

229351

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/229351

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