Jugoslavic National Unity

@article{FenwickJugoslavicNU,
  title={Jugoslavic National Unity},
  author={Charles G. Fenwick},
  journal={American Political Science Review},
  volume={12},
  pages={718 - 721}
}
  • C. G. Fenwick
  • Published 1 November 1918
  • Political Science
  • American Political Science Review
outlet to the sea except through German, Austrian, or, it may be, Jugoslavic territory. On the other hand it is strenuously urged that a solution which might have been possible before 1914 has now become impossible in consequence of the hatreds engendered by the administrative policies pursued by Austria-Hungary during the war and by the conscription of the Czechoslovaks into the imperial army against their will. Moreover, it is felt that under the scheme of a federation the foreign policy of… 
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