Stjepan Radić and the Republican Movement in Slovenia
From the Foundation of the Kingdom of SCS to the National Assembly Elections in 1923
The question of slovene-croatian political contacts between the two world wars is mainly a question of contacts and relations between the two main political parties - Slovene People's Party and a Croatian Republican Peasant's Party. One of the most important issues of political relations between the two nations is definitely an expansion of influence of the republican movement and Stjepan Radić's influence to Slovenia. The following articles summarizes the connected events from the beginnings of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes to the 1923 elections to National assembly.
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