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Yugoslav Cominformists in Prague

This illustration shows representatives of the Yugoslav Cominformist emigrant group in Czechoslovakia – Slobodan Ivanović, Teodor Balk and Milutin Rajković – at the Prague meeting of the Congress of Peace Defenders in April 1949.
This private collection consists of around 150 leaflets produced by Yugoslav Cominformist emigrants in Prague during the period 1971–76.  It is owned by the historian Ondřej Vojtěchovský and it is located in his apartment in Prague. The significance of this collection lies in its analysis and criticism of the Yugoslav socialist regime from the radical leftist point of view by emigrants in an Eastern Bloc country.

Location

Languages

  • Croatian

Name of collection

  • Yugoslav Cominformists in Prague Collection

Provenance and cultural activities

Description of content

Content

  • grey literature (regular archival documents such as brochures, bulletins, leaflets, reports, intelligence files, records, working papers, meeting minutes): 100-499

Geographical scope of recent operation

  • diaspora

Founder(s)

Place of founding

Creator(s) of content

Collector(s)

Access type

  • visits by appointments

Author(s) of this page

  • Krstić Draško, Marija

References

Vojtěchovský, Ondřej. 2016. Iz Praga protiv Tita!: Jugoslovenska informbiroovska emigracija u Čehoslovačkoj. Zagreb: srednja europa.

Vojtěchovský, Ondřej, interview by Nießer, Jacqueline, December 14, 2016. COURAGE Registry Oral History Collection

Last edited on: 2019-01-15 15:43:59