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Migrations of Croats during and immediately after the World war II


Karakaš Obradov, Marica
Migrations of Croats during and immediately after the World war II // Studia Humanistyczno-Społeczne, 13 (2016), 1; 29-52 (recenziran, članak, znanstveni)


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Naslov
Migrations of Croats during and immediately after the World war II

Autori
Karakaš Obradov, Marica

Izvornik
Studia Humanistyczno-Społeczne (2081-2493) 13 (2016), 1; 29-52

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
Croats, Second World War, migrations

Sažetak
The “April war” fragmented the territory of Yugoslavia and displayed the lack of power, especially military and political, of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, which was being eaten away by tense relations between nations. The solution to the “Croatian issue”, supported by local nationalist political forces led by Ustashas, was found in alliance with the German Reich and the Kingdom of Italy in the Independent State of Croatia (NDH), which was proclaimed on April 10, 1941. The Independent State of Croatia attempted, more or less successfully, to deal with the issues of minorities with the allied countries of Hungary, Kingdom of Italy and German Reich. Croatian population in Dalmatia, Međimurje, Baranya and Bačka was pressured to emigrate due to territorial claims of neighbouring states which were a part of the Axis powers and allies of the NDH, Kingdom of Italy and Hungary. Croats also had to emigrate from the area of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia occupied by the German Reich and Bulgaria. The NDH authorities also wanted to change the national structure of population which was a consequence of the post-war Yugoslav colonisation of the so-called Salonika volunteers mainly, Serbs as a rule, in the Serbian army during the World War I, who populated Slavonia and Sirmium. The colonisation by the NDH government was mostly carried out by the end of 1941. It slowed down significantly, and consequently completely discontinued at the end of 1943, due to military and political conditions in the state, which caused big exiles of mostly civilian population abroad. Towards the end, a large number of people, mostly soldiers of the defeated NDH army, and also civilians, started a big exile towards the West in order to surrender to the western allies.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Politologija, Sociologija, Povijest



POVEZANOST RADA


Ustanove:
Hrvatski institut za povijest, Zagreb

Profili:

Avatar Url Marica Karakaš Obradov (autor)

Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Karakaš Obradov, Marica
Migrations of Croats during and immediately after the World war II // Studia Humanistyczno-Społeczne, 13 (2016), 1; 29-52 (recenziran, članak, znanstveni)
Karakaš Obradov, M. (2016) Migrations of Croats during and immediately after the World war II. Studia Humanistyczno-Społeczne, 13 (1), 29-52.
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