Allied Refugee Camps The beginnings of the Croatian political emigration ’s opposition to the communist regime in the homeland (camp Fermo ) Cover Image
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Saveznički izbjeglički logori počeci otpora hrvatske političke emigracije komunističkom režimu u domovini / logor Fermo/
Allied Refugee Camps The beginnings of the Croatian political emigration ’s opposition to the communist regime in the homeland (camp Fermo )

Author(s): Berislav Jandrić
Subject(s): History, Military history, Political history, Recent History (1900 till today), WW II and following years (1940 - 1949), History of Communism, Historical revisionism, Fascism, Nazism and WW II
Published by: Hrvatski institut za povijest
Summary/Abstract: After the collapse of the Independent State of Croatia and the unsuccessful surrender to the Allies at Bleiburg, many Croats found safe shelter in the Allied refugee camps in Austria, Italy, Germany, and so on. After getting over the initial period of shock, the Croatian political emigration began to organize, drawing up plans to take action to bring down the communist regime in the homeland and reestablish the Independent State. Camp Fermo in Italy, even if by land the furthest distance from the homeland, was the center which held the greatest number of Croatian intellectuals, emigrants, and also individuals of other social classes who were the first proponents and organizers of opposition to the existing communist regime in Yugoslavia.

  • Page Range: 305-322
  • Page Count: 18
  • Publication Year: 2005
  • Language: Croatian