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Българо-югославските политически отношения март 1953 - октомври 1956 година
Bulgarian-Yugoslavian Political Relations (March 1953 - October 1956)

Author(s): Dimitar Petkov
Subject(s): History
Published by: Институт за исторически изследвания - Българска академия на науките

Summary/Abstract: In this article is retraced the normalization process of the political relations between Bulgaria and Yugoslavia which developed during the period March, 1953 - October, 1956, and brought the overcoming of sharp struggling between these two countries, and which became a fact under in the influence of the great conflict between Stalin and Tito, that started in 1948. This paper is an attempt to expose the dependence of this process from improvement of the Soviet-Yugoslavian relations, which were established during this period of time. Two lines are revealed where normalization of the Bulgarian-Yugoslavian political relations are lead - the one, regarding the contacts between these two countries, and other one, connected to the relations between communist parties of Bulgaria and Yugoslavia. On the basis of not examined until today documental sources from Bulgarian records and The archives of Yugoslavia, and Yosip Broz Tito’s archive in Belgrade, are revealed conceptions and intentions of the Bulgarian and Yugoslavian heads from that period, connected with overcoming of the conflict between them, and also is shown the Bulgarian Yugoslavian heads. point of view about different matters concerning the relations between these two countries in course of their improvement.

  • Issue Year: 2008
  • Issue No: 1-2
  • Page Range: 175-201
  • Page Count: 27
  • Language: Bulgarian