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Creating a Socialist Yugoslavia: Tito, Communist Leadership and the National Question

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  title={Creating a Socialist Yugoslavia: Tito, Communist Leadership and the National Question},
  author={Hilde Katrine Haug},
  year={2012}
}
  • H. Haug
  • Published 30 March 2012
  • Political Science, Sociology, Economics
Preface Chapter 1: The Search for Revolutionary Responses to the National Question in Yugoslavia 1918-1935 Chapter 2: Towards Yugoslav Federal Unity under Comintern Influence Chapter 3: People's Liberation Struggle and Building of a New Yugoslavia 1941-1945 Chapter 4: "White Lines on Marble Pillars": Republics, Autonomous Provinces and Borders Chapter 5: Introducing a Socialist Solution to the National Question in Yugoslavia 1945-1948 Chapter 6: Self-Management Socialism and Yugoslav Unity 1949… 

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