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Yugoslav-Hungarian relations : 1953-1956

dc.contributor.advisorDimić, Ljubodrag
dc.contributor.otherДимић, Љубодраг
dc.contributor.otherRadojević, Mira
dc.contributor.otherРадојевић, Мира
dc.contributor.otherBogetić, Dragan
dc.creatorKovaćević, Katarina M.
dc.date.accessioned2019-09-09T13:53:08Z
dc.date.available2019-09-09T13:53:08Z
dc.date.issued2019-03-27
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dc.description.abstractU prvoj deceniji posle Drugog svetskog rata bilateralni jugoslovensko-mađarski odnosi bili su dirigovani jugoslovensko-sovjetskim odnosima, mada su imali i svoje specifičnosti oblikovane istorijskim nasleđem, zajedničkom državnom granicom, manjinama sa obe strane, opterećenjima ponetim iz dva svetska rata i ideološkom bliskošću savremenih režima. Period tesne saradnje 1945-1947, naročito na nivou dve komunističke partije, posle drastičnog jugoslovensko-sovjetskog raskida l948, smenio je period naglog urušavanja jugoslovensko-mađarskih odnosa do potpunog prekida krajem 1952. godine. Jugoslovensko-mađarski odnosi u periodu od smrti J. V. Staljina 1953. do stabilizacije prilika u Mađarskoj posle ugušenja pobuna 1956. godine, predmet su istraživanja u ovom radu, sa naglasnom na političkim i privrednim pitanjima. Normalizacija jugoslovensko-mađarskih odnosa bio je u uskoj vezi sa procesom unutrašnjeg razvoja Mađarske. Izdvajaju se dva talasa normalizacije. U prvom talasu koji je trajao do pada Nađeve vlade u aprilu 1955, preduzeti su značajni koraci u oživljavanju jugoslovensko-mađarske saradnje na državnom nivou. Pobedom struje Maćaša Rakošija normalizacija sa Jugoslavijom zapala je u stagnaciju. Drugi talas normalizacije pokrenut je Rakošijevom smenom u julu 1956. godine. Za par meseci postignuta je puna normalizacija, ali je u oktobru 1956. višegodišnji otpor staljinističnom režimu i dominaciji Sovjetskog Saveza u Mađarskoj izbio u otvorenu pobunu, u kojoj je jugoslovenski faktor imao značajnu ulogu. Rad je nastao na osnovu istraživanja sprovedenog u domaćim arhivima i Mađarskom državnom arhivu, uz korišćenje objavljene građe iz ruskih, mađarskih i američkih arhivskih fondova, domaće i strane literature, štampe i narativnih izvorasr
dc.description.abstractIn the first decade after the World War II Yugoslav-Hungarian bilateral relations were strongly influenced by Yugoslav-Soviet relations, although they had their particulars shaped by historical heritage, mutual border line, minorities on the both side, loads taken from two world wars, and ideological closeness of two regimes. The period of tight Yugoslav-Hungarian cooperation 1945-1947, led by sibling communist parties, after the drastic 1948 Yugoslav-Soviet breakup, was replaced by total severance of relations by the end of 1952. Yugoslav-Hungarian relations in the period from the death of J. V. Stalin in 1953 to the stabilization of the situation in Hungary after the suppression of the insurrection in 1956 are the subject of research in this dissertation, with emphasis on political and economic issues. The normalization of Yugoslav-Hungarian relations was in a close connection to the process of internal development of Hungary. In considering the period of those bilateral relations two distinct phases are evident. within the first which lasted until the fall of the Nagy's government in April 1955, important steps were taken towards reviving Yugoslav-Hungarian cooperation at the state level. By the victory of the Rákosi’s concept regarding Hungarian internal development, the Yugoslav-Hungarian relations hit a dead-end. The second phase of normalization was initiated by Rakoshi's shift in July 1956. Within a few months, full normalization was achieved, but in October 1956, long-standing resistance to the Stalinist regime and to the domination of the Soviet Union in Hungary broke out into an open uprising, in which the Yugoslav factor played a significant role. The dissertation was based on a research conducted in domestic archives and the Hungarian State Archives, using published materials from Russian, Hungarian and US archival funds, domestic and foreign literature, press and narrative sourcesen
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dc.publisherУниверзитет у Београду, Филозофски факултетsr
dc.rightsAutorstvo-Nekomercijalno-Bez prerade 3.0 Srbija (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0)
dc.sourceУниверзитет у Београдуsr
dc.subjectJugoslavija, Mađarska, Sovjetski Savez, spoljna politika, mađarska pobuna, Tito, Maćaš Rakoši, Imre Nađ, Hruščovsr
dc.subjectYugoslavia, Hungary, the Soviet Union, foreign policy, Hungarian insurrection, Tito, Mátyás Rákosi, Imre Nagy, Khrushcheven
dc.titleJugoslovensko-mađarski odnosi : 1953-1956sr
dc.title.alternativeYugoslav-Hungarian relations : 1953-1956en
dc.typePhD thesis


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