An Outline of Yugoslav Historiography 1945-1985 on Venezia Giulia between the Two World Wars
The author assesses Yugoslav historiography in the years 1945 to 1985 covering Venezia Giulia between the two World Wars and establishes that there are few general and comprehensive surveys of a particular period or region. The period immediately after World War I is dealt with best, especially the revolutionary events, less so the development of the minority, the greatest lack being in the economic, social and politically — administrative history. Historiography on Venezia Giulia is almost non-existent.
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