Од демаркационе линије до међународно признате границе – Војска и дипломатија у борби за јужне границе Краљевине СХС 1919–1920.
From Demarcation Line to the Internationally Recognized Border – The Army and Diplomacy in the Struggle for the Southern Borders of the Kingdom of SCS from 1919 to 1920
Author(s): Dmitar Tasić
Subject(s): Governance, Diplomatic history, Political history, International relations/trade, Period(s) of Nation Building, Peace and Conflict Studies
Published by: Institut za noviju istoriju Srbije
Keywords: Kingdom of SCS; the Paris Peace Conference; demarcation; army; Bulgaria; Albania; Strumica; Caribrod; Bosiljgrad; Podgradec;
Summary/Abstract: The question of the constitution of the Kingdom of SCS is inseparable from the struggle for its international recognition. One of the important aspects of this process was the issue of borders. On the southern borders of the new state, there was the prevailing situation of neither war nor peace. While diplomats and experts at the green table in Paris tried to provide better boundaries for their country, the soldiers in the field endured great sacrifices for the same purpose. Occupations of Strumica, Caribrod and Bosiljgrad were the result of the implementation of a peace treaty with defeated Bulgaria. Events on the Yugoslav-Albanian border represented a continuation of the efforts of the Kingdom of Serbia to ensure itself better positions after the Balkan wars in highly complex military, political and economic conditions that characterized the emergence and further maintenance of the Albanian state.
- Page Range: 225-239
- Page Count: 15
- Publication Year: 2014
- Language: Serbian