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The role of the Hrvatska revija in preserving and promoting Christian-inspired texts by refugee journalists, publicists and writers in their first decade of emigration (1951 - 1961)

Danijel Labaš orcid id ; Fakultet hrvatskih studija Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, Zagreb, Hrvatska
Dražen Maleš ; Fakultet hrvatskih studija Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, Zagreb, Hrvatska

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str. 74-74

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The Hrvatska revija and its role in the preservation and promotion of Christian-inspired texts by some selected journalists, publicists and writers who fled communist Yugoslavia after World War II is the subject of this paper, which provides an overview of the first decade (1951 - 1961) of this literary and cultural magazine, which was published in emigration. In Croatia, the first issue appeared on March 9, 1951 in Buenos Aires, edited by Vinko Nikolić and Antun Bonifačić. The study focused on the names of journalists, publicists and writers who appeared in the Croatian cultural, literary and media scene before 1945 and were forced to emigrate and become refugees after the war. Namely, since 1945 Croatia became partially communist ex-Yugoslavia and many journalists, publicists and writers were forbidden to work and many fled in fear of communist terror.The mention of their names as well as valuable journalistic, journalistic and literary texts was forbidden in ex-Yugoslavia. In his book Destroyed
Generation - the Tragic Fate of NDH Journalists, Josip Grbelja explainsthat after World War II, the communists registered 330 journalists whowere active between 1930 and‘40. They were active at the beginning of
the twentieth century. 330 of them, 38 of them were killed, 101 were permanently banned from writing and publishing, and even 131 fled abroad, but they did not stop acting intellectually and culturally. In this research, we first try to show whether and to what extent the names of some of the intellectuals mentioned by Grbelja, who fled from May 6 to 8, 1945, appeared in the Croatian Review, and elsewhere - on the basis of their publications - to investigate whether Christian themes were preserved and promoted in the Croatian Review ideas and values that were censored in communist Yugoslavia after World War II and were not allowed to be written about in a positive context.

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Croatian review; journalists; publicists; writers; emigration; Christianity

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