A Thought on the Social Situation of Emigrants from Venzia Giulia in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia
On the basis of two documents from 1934, by the League of Yugoslav Societies for Migrants from Zagreb and the Fraternal Society Gortan-Bazovica from Sarajevo, the author examines the social situation of emigrants from Primorska in Yugoslavia. It is a report on the Slovene emigrants from Primorska who lived in Macedonia, where they had been sent by the Yugoslav government in an attempt to colonize the lands owned by Albanians and Turks. The documents have been discovered in the diplomatic archives of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
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