The Inform Bureau Resolution and the Liberated Territory of Trieste
Standpoints of the pro-Yugoslav faction of the Communist Party of the Liberated Territory of Trieste (CPLTT) during the first year of the resolution
The treatise is based on archive material and discusses the consequences of the split within the CPLTT and within mass organizations after the announcement of the IB resolution. Further it presents the standpoints of the pro-Yugoslav faction of the CPLTT. Until the announcement of the IB resolution, Yugoslavia had a large effect on left-wing movements in Trieste territory, but afterwards it lost almost all of its influence, even among Slovene population. These, as a result, broke their contacts with the native country for many subsequent years. The pro-Yugoslav faction of the CPLTT faithfully followed the guidelines of the Yugoslav leadership who, even in the autumn of 1949, still tried to prove that they were more "Stalin-like" than Stalin himself.
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