„Beogradske novine“ – Oглед о паралелним друштвима у Војно-генералном гувернману Србија 1915-1918.
Belgrade Newspaper: An Essay about Parallel Societies in Military-General Government of Serbia 1915-1918
Published by: Istorijski institut, Beograd
Keywords: „Belgrade Newspaper“; Military-General government; occupation; 1915-1918; parallel societies
Summary/Abstract: Belgrade newspapers were issued in occupied Belgrade since 1915. until 1918, less than three years. They portrayed an essence of policy implemented by the Austro-Hungarian rule in occupied Serbian territory. From most of the articles and comments it is evident that they were created and come out for propaganda purposes. They were an integral part of military and political actions, conducted over the most widespread media at that time. The papers, which were the official journal of the Military-General government in Serbia, published mostly all orders, announcements and advertisements. Therefore, they represent a kind of collection of orders and regulations of the occupying power in World War II. The newspaper founders’ goal was to get closer, improve and maintain relations between the occupiers and the occupied ones. Belgrade newspapers have helped in establishing broken ties between members of Serbian families. Nevertheless, they were unpopular, and have left no impact on Serbian journalism.
- Issue Year: 2011
- Issue No: 60
- Page Range: 541-554
- Page Count: 14
- Language: Serbian