Η μεσοπολεμική Γιουγκοσλαβία στη μεταγενέστερη ιστοριογραφία. Ιδεολογικές και πολιτικές παράμετροι

Αγγελική Μουζακίτη

Abstract


The current essay deals with certain aspects of a complex problem: The
presentation, analysis and interpretation of the main trends of the historiography
of Interwar Yugoslavia. The Serbian and Croatian historiography can be
divided into two categories. The first category is of great importance, since it
includes monographies and articles that reflect the main economical, social
and political developments in Tito’s Yugoslavia. In the period after the
Second World War a huge amount of historical works concerning the developments
in Interwar Yugoslavia has been produced. Scientific institutions such
as the Institute of Contemporary History in Belgrade and the Institute of
Croatian History in Zagreb have contributed a great deal to this effort. One
should take into consideration the fact that the majority of their scientific
associates did their research, while they promoted the ideals and principles of
a unified socialist Yugoslavia. The second category includes works that have
been produced since the early 90’s. The dissolution of Socialist Yugoslavia
and the formation of independent states had a huge impact on both Serbian
and Croatian historiography, since Sebian and Croatian historians viewed the
past in a completely different way.

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