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Title:BLED KOT DIPLOMATSKO STIČIŠČE V OBDOBJU MED OBEMA SVETOVNIMA VOJNAMA
Authors:ID Milešič, Saša (Author)
ID Rahten, Andrej (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:Na Bledu se je med obema vojnama zvrstilo kar nekaj pomembnih političnih dogodkov. Med najpomembnejše zunanjepolitične dogodke sodijo trije sestanki Male antante in sestanek Balkanske zveze. Prvi sestanek Male antante se je odvijal junija 1926. Na njem so se zbrali zunanji minister Kraljevine Srbov, Hrvatov in Slovencev Momčilo Ninčić, zunanji minister Češkoslovaške Edvard Beneš in zunanji minister Romunije Jon Mitilineu. Na drugem sestanku Male antante na Bledu so se leta 1936 zbrali zunanji minister Češkoslovaške Edvard Beneš, zunanji minister Romunije Nikola Titulescu in predsednik vlade Kraljevine Jugoslavije Milan Stojadinović. Tretji in zadnji sestanek Male antante na Bledu, je potekal konec avgusta leta 1938. Sestanka so se udeležili zunanji minister Češkoslovaške Emil Krofta, zunanji minister Romunije Nikolaj Komnen in predsednik vlade Kraljevine Jugoslavije Milan Stojadinović. Konferenca Balkanske zveze je potekala 10. julija 1936, udeležile so se je romunska, turška, jugoslovanska in grška delegacija. Na notranjepolitičnem področju sta bila najpomembnejša dogodka podpis blejskega sporazuma med predsednikom vlade Kraljevine Srbov, Hrvatov in Slovencev Velimirjem Vukićevićem in voditeljem Slovenske ljudske stranke Antonom Korošcem 10. julija 1927 ter podpis sporazuma med tedanjim predsednikom vlade Kraljevine Jugoslavije Dragišo Cvetkovićem in predsednikom Hrvaške kmečke stranke dr. Vladkom Mačkom 26. avgusta 1939. Številni sestanki diplomatov in jugoslovanskih politikov so Bled med obema svetovnima vojnama postavili v središče političnega življenja, saj so bili v veliki večini medijsko zelo odmevni in so vplivali na takratno politiko na Balkanu.
Keywords:Kraljevina Srbov, Hrvatov in Slovencev, Kraljevina Jugoslavija, Češkoslovaška republika, Romunija, Mala antanta, Balkanska zveza, Bled, blejski sporazum, diplomatski stiki, zunanja politika med obema svetovnima vojnama.
Place of publishing:Maribor
Publisher:[S. Milešič]
Year of publishing:2016
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-62245 New window
UDC:94(497.4Bled))"19"
COBISS.SI-ID:22536712 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:UP3EDFVN
Publication date in DKUM:16.09.2016
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Language:English
Title:Bled as Diplomatic Junction in the Interwar Period
Abstract:Between the First and the Second World War quite a few important political events took place in Bled. The three meetings of the Little Entente and the meeting of the Balkan Pact are among the most important foreign affairs events. The first Little Entente meeting took place in June 1926. Present there were Momčilo Ninčić, foreign affairs minister of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, Czechoslovak foreign affairs minister Edvard Beneš and Romanian foreign affairs minister Jon Mitilineu. In 1936 the second Little Entente meeting in Bled was held, joining the Czechoslovak foreign affairs minister Edvard Beneš, Romanian foreign affairs minister Nikola Titulescu with prime minister of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, Milan Stojadinović. The third Bled meeting took place in the end of August 1938 and was attended by Czechoslovak foreign affairs minister Emil Krofta, Romanian foreign affairs minister Nikolaj Komnen and the prime minister of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, Milan Stojadinović. The Balkan Pact conference took place on 10th July 1936 and was attended by Romanian, Turkish, Yugoslavian and Greek delegation. In the domestic political sphere there were two important events. The first one was the signing of the Bled Agreement between the prime minister of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes Velimir Vukićević and the leader of Slovenian People’s Party Anton Korošec on 10th July 1927. The second was the signing of the agreement between the prime minister of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes Dragiša Cvetković and the president of Croatian Peasant Party dr. Vladko Maček on 26th August 1939. Numerous meetings of diplomats and Yugoslavian politicians put Bled in the centre of political life in the interwar period because the events were mostly high profile and influenced the politics of the Balkan of that time.
Keywords:Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, Kingdom of Yugoslavia, Czechoslovak Republic, Romania, Little Entente, Balkan Pact, Bled, Bled Agreement, diplomatic contacts, foreign affairs in the interwar period.


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