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The Croat question : partisan politics in the formation of the Yugoslav socialist state / Jill A. Irvine ; with a foreword by Ivo Banac
Bib ID 1105458
Format BookBook
Author
Irvine, Jill A
 
Description Boulder : Westview Press, c1993 
xviii, 318 p. : map ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 0813385423 (alkaline paper)
Full contents
  • 4. Hebrang and the Federalist Alternative, 1943-1944. Croatia and the Allies: The CPP Stirs. Founding ZAVNOH. ZAVNOH and the CPP Executive Committee. AVNOJ and the Limits of Croat Autonomy. The CPC and Dalmatia. Hebrang and the Serbs. The Struggle with Magovac. The CPC and the Tito-Subasic Agreement. Hebrang Removed. Aftermath
  • 5. Building a Party-State, 1945. The Second Tito-Subasic Agreement. Kosutic in Liberated Territory. The Provisional Government: Tito, Subasic and the Future of Croatia. Borders of Croatia. Serbs in Croatia. Victory at Hand: The NDH Falls and Macek Leaves the Country. The Croat Question and the Catholic Church. Elections to the Constituent Assembly
  • 6. Reflections on the Partisan Legacy. Self-Management and the National Question. The Maspok and the New Federal Formula. De-Titoization and the Attack on the Partisan Resolution of the Croat Question. Epilogue: In Search of a New Solution.
 
Partial contents
  • 1. The Roots of the Croat Question. The Formation of National Ideologies. Wartime and Unification. Carsija, King, and the Yugoslav State, 1921-1928. Stjepan Radic and Croatian Statehood, 1918-1928. The CPP and King Aleksandar, 1929-1934. Prince Paul and the CPP, 1934-1939. The Croatian Banovina, 1939-1941: The CPP in Power
  • 2. The CPY and the Croat Question in the Interwar State. The Unification Period. Conflict between Left and Right, 1921-1928. The Militant Years, 1928-1934. The Popular Front in Croatia, 1935-1939. Conflict between CPY and CPC, 1938-1940
  • 3. Mobilizing Popular Support in Croatia, 1941-1942. Invasion and Partition. The Independent State of Croatia. The Croat Peasant Party. The CPY's Response to the Invasion. CPY Unity and the Case of Vazduh. The Uprising and the Problem of Serbs in the Movement. The Popular Front. Enemies on All Sides. The Struggle for Survival. Watching and Waiting: In Search of Support. Bihac.
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Nationalism -- Yugoslavia.  |  Yugoslavia -- Politics and government -- 1945-1992.  |  Yugoslavia -- Politics and government -- 1918-1945.  |  Yugoslavia -- Ethnic relations.

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