The NDH’s Relations with Southeast European Countries, Turkey and Japan, 1941–45

@article{Kolanovi2006TheNR,
  title={The NDH’s Relations with Southeast European Countries, Turkey and Japan, 1941–45},
  author={Nada Kisi{\'c} Kolanovi{\'c}},
  journal={Totalitarian Movements and Political Religions},
  year={2006},
  volume={7},
  pages={473 - 492}
}
Abstract This article deals with the history of relationships between the Independent State of Croatia (hereinafter the NDH) and Southeast European countries which joined the Axis bloc. While doing so, we shall also take into account the Balkan views of then‐neutral Turkey, as well as little‐known views of Japanese diplomacy on war events in the Balkans. A central contention is that, in 1941, for Croatia, Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia, Germany was above all a big power that was to… 

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