Relations between Croatia and Italy from 1941. to 1943.
: SCOTTI, NEVA (56026) Assistants
Type of research: basic Duration from: 10/01/91. to 01/01/96. Papers on project (total): 0
Institution name: Prirodoslovno-matematički fakultet, Prirodoslovni odjeli, Zagreb (119) Department/Institute: Physical department Sector for history, philosophy and sociology of science Address: Bijenička 32 City: 10000 - Zagreb, Croatia
Phone: 385 (0)1 4555 730
Fax: 385 (0)1 4555 730
Summary: In the before mentioned period the research has
comprise/encompassed the genesis and development of croato-italian
relationships 1941 - 1943 and explanation of the emerging of separatist
concept in resolving Croatian question until it's fulfilment in April, 10.
1941. The character of relations between newly founded Independent State
of Croatia (NDH) and fascist Italy until signing the so called Rome
Treaties on May,18. 1941, between B. Mussolini and Dr. A. Pavelić. The
causes of creation of Rome Treaties are carefully examined with special
attention on pretensions from Italian national-irredentism and fascism on
eastern Adriatic coast, and repercussions of Rome Treaties as well as
Italian politics of weakening NDH with basic goal of it's final
subjugation to the interests of Italy (until the final break down of
fascism). There have been mentioned various documents about Italian
occupation and annexation of Croatian territory as well as given the
insight into the politics of fascist Italy until the fall of fascism.