SOME ASPECT OF ANNEXATION OF BANAT, BAČKA AND BARANJA TO THE KINGDOM OF SERBIA AND CREATING KINGDOM OF SERBS, CROATS AND SLOVENIANS

Authors

  • Darko Gavrilović Универзитет у Новом Саду Природно-математички факултет Нови Сад
  • Saša S. Marković Универзитет у Новом Саду Педагошки факултет Сомбор

Keywords:

political, national idea, Pribićević, Lalošević

Abstract

The creation of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes was followed by a complex and controversial political process. It was the result of different national and political interests that the Yugoslav project should find a political modus vivendi. For example, we observe the unification of Vojvodina dominance Unitarian concept and the creation of a centralized approach to the Yugoslav state. This approach, despite its shortcomings in terms of democratic principles, and thus the uncertainty in strategic terms, it is the opinion of many politicians in Belgrade and Vojvodina, the political reality. This attitude represented equally in Svetozar Pribičević Belgrade and Jovan Joca Lalošević in Novi Sad. Both devoted to Serbian and Yugoslav national idea of the project, they tried to make this plan come true. Regardless of the differences in the specific approach in the field, their ideas might have to find a compromise because the political pressures of international and multinational environment factors of Vojvodina and the compromise required.

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Published

2013-06-30

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Gavrilović , D. ., & S. Marković , S. . . (2013). SOME ASPECT OF ANNEXATION OF BANAT, BAČKA AND BARANJA TO THE KINGDOM OF SERBIA AND CREATING KINGDOM OF SERBS, CROATS AND SLOVENIANS. KULTURA POLISA, 10(21), 289–308. Retrieved from https://kpolisa.com/index.php/kp/article/view/1254

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