Problémy slovanské menšiny v Itálii ve 20. letech 20. století
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PROBLEMS OF THE SLAVIC MINORITY IN ITALY IN THE 1920TH
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This paper deals with the situation and problems of the Slavic minority (Croats and Slovenes) living in Italy during the interwar period. It focuses on events on the Istrian Peninsula and in Trieste during the 1920s and the Pula trial in 1929. Mainly Croatian and Slovenian literature and sources were used in preparing this paper. Important sources used in preparation of this study also came from collections of texts from regularly held meetings called the Pazin Memorial. These meetings of experts on the history of Istria and the contemporary witnesses have been held in Pazin since the 1970s. In addition, materials from the Czechoslovak Consulate General in Trieste were used as important sources. This consulate worked in Trieste from 1921 to 1939 and, together with its business activities, it closely monitored the political and national life throughout a wider area of the former Austrian Littoral. To illustrate the situation, the Croatian contemporary press and the press published by the Slavic minority in Istria was used as well.
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