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2008 | 94 | 2 | 221-230
Article title

Hospodářský význam Terstu pro Československo po druhé světové válce

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Title variants
EN
ECONOMICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF TRIESTE FOR CZECHOSLOVAKIA FOLLOWING WORLD WAR II
Languages of publication
CS
Abstracts
EN
In the essay, the author explains economical collaboration between Trieste, which became a complicated international issue from the first post-war days, and the Czechoslovak Republic. The analysis reaches deeper, into the time when Trieste held (as early as Austria-Hungary) a significant position within the Czech society, mainly in economy. After World War I and the subsequent loss of natural grounds, the situation changed, but collaboration between the Italian Trieste and the First Republic continued. A detailed analysis, however, starts in 1945, when, after the war, Trieste became a symbol of cold war. In this distinctive Italian-Yugoslavian dispute, Czechoslovakia sided with Yugoslavia. Support arrived not only from the media, but from political diplomatic sides, too. However, the Western Allies, who administrated the newly established Free Trieste territory, decided to use the city port for their own purposes.
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  • B. Klabjan, Univerza na Primorskem, Koper, Slovenia
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Publication order reference
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CEJSH db identifier
08CZAAAA04869245
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.44aca839-bb3d-3f6d-97ff-13e2ea929f63
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