Represija na Hrvaškem po drugi svetovni vojni
REPRESSION IN CROATIA AFTER WORLD WAR II
The repression originated and stemmed from the following essential elements: victory in the war, restoration of Yugoslavia, solving the national question and carrying out the revolution. This means that the casualties suffered during the war by the victorious side resulted in vengeance and retaliatory measures. However, revolutionary goals were most important for the formation of the repression system – in order to achieve these goals, the Communist Party of Yugoslavia retaliated against class‐related, ideological and political opponents and rivals.
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