The Communist Party of Yugoslavia and its Views on England 1939-1943

  • Dušan Biber

Abstract

The author belives that a comparative study of individual Communist Parties in the years 1939—1941 would be necessary and attempts to reconstruct, and analyse the standpoints of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia on the basis of published and archival sources. In distinction from the temperate views held by Tito at the end of September 1939, Milovan Djilas wrote and the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia approved of without Tito, the so-called October theses on the international and internal situation. The theses attacked the Social Democrats as the »agents of British and French imperialism-«.

Published
1983-01-01
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