Dr Latinka Perović

Belgrade, 2015

The Kingdom of Serbians,
Croatians and Slovenians
(1918–1929) / the Kingdom of
Yugoslavia (1929–1941):
Emergence, Duration and End

 

 

 

 

 

Documents

 

 

1. Niš Declaration; proclamation by the government of the Kingdom of Serbia; Niš, December 7/November 26, 1914.

2. Proclamation on the establishment of the Yugoslav Committee, London – Paris, October 1, 1915.

3. The Corfu Declaration, July 7, 1917.

4. Composition and the Code of Practice of the People’s Council of Slovenians, Croatians and Serbians, Zagreb, October 5-6 and 8, 1918.

5. Addresses by the People’s Council’s delegation to the Crown Prince and his answer, Belgrade, December 1/November 18, 1918.

6. Dissolution of the organization “People’s Council,” Zagreb, December 26, 1918.

7. Proclamation by the cabinet of M. Vesnić, Belgrade, November 29, 1920.

8. Memorandum of the “Voice of Croatians” /“Hrvatski Glas”/, Zagreb,
August-September 1921.

9. The Law on the Protection of Public Security and Order, Belgrade, August 2, 1921.

10. The Third Domiciliary Conference of CPY, the Resolution on the National Question, December 1923.

11. Proclamation by King Alexander, January 6, 1929.

12. Principles of the Croatian Ustashi Movement, June 1, 1933

13. The Decree on the Banovina of Croatia, August 26, 1939.

14. Dušan Simović on the formation of the cabinet, March 27, 1941.

15. Hitler’s proclamation to the German nation, April 6, 1941.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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With the assistance of the Federal Ministry of
Foreign Affairs of the FR of Germany

 

 

 

 

 

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