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Two Nearly Forgotten Figures in Intelligence and Resistance Activities in Czechoslovak-Yugoslav Relations during World War II: František Hieke and Aleksandar Gjurić
Sovilj, Milan
The present study deals with intelligence and resistance activities of the Czechoslovak officer František Hieke and the Czechoslovak doctor of the Yugoslav origins Aleksandar Gjurić, who were operated in Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia, same as at the Yugoslav territory during WWII. The contribution is based on archival documents, as well as on the memoirs of some witnesses of these events.
Czechoslovak-Yugoslav relations in 1939-1941: From the dissolution of Czechoslovakia to the occupation of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia
Sovilj, Milan ; Pelikán, Jan (advisor) ; Štěpánek, Václav (referee) ; Vojtěchovský, Ondřej (referee)
The present study deals with the very difficult Czechoslovak-Yugoslav relations immediately before and at the beginning of WWII. At that time, an independent Czechoslovakia no longer existed, and Yugoslavia was forced to balance between the interests of stronger countries, mainly Germany and Great Britain, in order to save their territory and ensure for its citizens a future without a war. Yugoslavia's reserved attitude towards the happenings in the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia, the establishment of rather formal than friendly and cordial Slovak-Yugoslav relations, the presence of Czechoslovak emigrants in Yugoslavia, the absence of any intervention by Yugoslav bodies against the activities of the members of Czech and Slovak minorities against the Protectorate, Slovakia, and Germany, and, finally, the negative Yugoslav attitude towards the state of Slovakia - this all constituted a complex and colourful world of Czechoslovak-Yugoslav relations in 1939-1941. An analysis of these relations was based primarily on an exhausting archival research as well as on a survey of relevant literature, memoirs, and the period press. This subject has not yet been studied in detail in the Czech Republic and abroad.

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