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Communism and the Yugoslav national question.
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|Series||East Central European studies of Columbia University|
|LC Classifications||JN9666.S8 S5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||308|
|LC Control Number||68019759|
Lenin made an enourmous contribution to Marxist theory. This article deals with the important contribution he made on the national question, and how such a correct stand on this issue guaranteed the success of the Bolshevik Party in October Josip Broz Tito (born Josip Broz; Cyrillic script: Јосип Броз Тито) was a Yugoslav revolutionary and statesman. While his presidency has been criticized as authoritarian, Tito was a highly popular public figure both in Yugoslavia and abroad, viewed as a unifying symbol for the nations of the Yugoslav federation.5/5.
This chapter focuses on the construction of official identity in postwar Yugoslavia (–). More specifically, it analyses the construction by the Yugoslav political elite of a political frontier1 between “Us” and “Others.” In states led by Communist parties, the political elite has perceived itself primarily as an intellectual elite. After all, the Communist party was supposed Author: Dejan Jović. The Yugoslav communists developed and imposed numerous cultural measures in order to de-Bulgarize the region and to foster a "Macedonian" consciousness amongst the populace. An excellent book describing these cultural implementations is "Yugoslav Communism and the Macedonian Question" authored by Palmer and King. This is an important source Author: Chris Philipou.
'The Contested Country" offers a timely, smoothly written and extensively researched account of ethnic conflicts in Yugoslav history. It includes much that may be of use to readers seeking to untangle the fighting that recently broke out between independence- minded Slovenia and the Serbian-controlled Yugoslav army. “ Women in the Yugoslav National Liberation Movement: An Overview,” Studies in Comparative Communism 2 (): – Jancar-Webster, Barbara. Women and Revolution in Yugoslavia, –Cited by: 9.
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This book represents an attempt to explore the history of the idea of Yugoslav unity and Yugoslavism as a national orientation. The author primarily examines the period betweenwhen Yugoslavia was first constituted as a country, to the early s, the immediate post-WW2 period, when Yugoslavia was re-established as a socialist by: Communism and the Yugoslav National Question Hardcover – August 1, by Paul Shoup (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating.
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National communism refers to the various forms in which communism has been adopted and/or implemented by leaders in different countries. In each independent state, empire, or dependency, the relationship between class and nation had its own particularities.
The Ukrainian communists Shakhrai and Mazlakh and then Muslim Sultan Galiyev considered the interests of the. Yugoslav Communism Yugoslav Communism and the Macedonian Question. Stephen E. Palmer, Jr. Robert R. King ARCHON BOOKS PREFACE This book is the result of research that Communism and the Yugoslav national question.
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Yugoslavism (Serbo-Croatian: јugoslavizam, југославизам; Slovene: јugoslavizem) or Yugoslavdom (Serbo-Croatian: јugoslovenstvo, југословенство; Slovene: јugoslovanstvo) refers to the unionism, nationalism or patriotism associated with South Slavs/Yugoslavs and avism has historically advocated the union of all South Slav populated.
YUGOSLAVIA'S NATIONAL MINORITIES UNDER COMMUNISM BY PAUL SHOUP. The Yugoslav nationalities question has always been a source of fascin ation for Western scholars. Inevitably, discussion has centered on the differences between the major Slav nationalities-the Serbs, Croats, Slovenes, Macedonians, and by: 6.
In in a series of moves that culminated in the famous Cominform Resolution, Stalin struck at the Communist Party in Yugoslavia, provoking the first split in the Communist state system.
With this long-awaited book, Ivo Banac becomes the first scholar to assess the domestic consequences of Yugoslavia's expulsion from the Cominform, and his findings will radically. book Communism and the Yugoslav National Question. This is the first detailed and substantial work on this subject to be published in the English language; it is both outstanding and scholarly and can be recommended 1 The federal principle was accepted at both the Bihac () and Jajce () Anti.
Inin a series of moves that culminated in the famous Cominform Resolution, Stalin struck at the Communist Party of Yugoslavia, provoking the first split in the Communist state system. Commentators have long acknowledged that this event had a decisive impact on the Soviet Union's relations with the Communist movement throughout the world, but little attention has.
National question and factional strife. Inthe party also began to rethink its position on the national question and distanced itself from its former view, that had created a unified Yugoslav nation. Communists began to question the structure of the Yugoslav state and supported a Danubian–Balkan Federation.
Communism: from international proleterianism to national-communism The victory of the Communists in the civil war, gained with the decisive support of the Red Army inresulted in a Leninist-type federation, based upon 'brotherhood and unity' of all Yugoslav peoples, in conformity with the new social and totalitarian vision.
SHOUP (Paul), Communism and the National Yugoslav Question, New Yord/London, Columbia University Press, TRGO (Fabijan), The national Liberation War and the Revolution in Jugoslavia (): selected documents, military Institute of history of the Yugoslav people army, Belgrade, (documents in favour of Tito).
The largest number of books focused on individual countries of the region, for example, Shoup, Paul, Communism and the Yugoslav National Question (New York: Columbia University Press, ); Gati, Charles, Hungary and the Soviet Bloc (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, ); Suda, Zdenek L., Zealots and Rebels: A History of the Communist Party.
The Yugoslav nationalities question has always been a source of fascin-ation for Western scholars. Inevitably, discussion has centered on the differences between the major Slav nationalities-the Serbs, Croats, Slovenes, Macedonians, and Montenegrins. Less attention has been paid to the problem of the national minorities, although this issue has be.
Development outside of the European project will necessatate a program of regional cooperation and friendship between the post-Yugoslav nations and across the Balkans more broadly.
This, in turn, will require a nuanced appreciation of the ways in which the national question intersects with problems of economic development. lute rigid national ideologies, but its collapse in World War II left no mechanisms in place to pre-vent extreme methods of resolving the national question.
The League of Communists of Yugoslavia (LCY) played the role of “mediator” among the quarreling Yugoslav peoples. It promised an ideological reso-lution of the national question through File Size: KB. He also talked about the national question of the Yugoslav people and about the transfer of the means of production to the hands of “working people.” As we can read in C.R.
James’s State Capitalism and World Revolution (), where he quoted the Yugoslav leadership, “nationalisation was well prepared organizationally and was carried. example, Soviet and Yugoslav Communism lies in this: “Soviet Com munism has become the mainstay of conservative Communist forces at home and abroad, while Yugoslav Communism is a model of the weakness and disintegration of Communism, both in theory and practice, and at the same time is a model for national Communism andAuthor: Bogdan Raditsa.Full text of " The Black Book of Communism " See other formats.
The Black Book of COMMUNISM CRIMES, TERROR, REPRESSION Stephane Courtois Nicolas Werth Jean-Louis Panne Andrzej Paczkowski Karel Bartosek Jean-Louis Margolin Harvard University Press Cambridge, Massachusetts London, England Translated by Jonathan Murphy and Mark .Get this from a library!
With Stalin against Tito: Cominformist splits in Yugoslav Communism. [Ivo Banac] -- Inin a series of moves that culminated in the famous Cominform Resolution, Stalin struck at the Communist Party of Yugoslavia, provoking the first split in the Communist state system.