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The success and failure of Yugoslav propaganda in wartime Italy

The success and failure of Yugoslav propaganda in wartime Italy
The success and failure of Yugoslav propaganda in wartime Italy
A study of the work of Yugoslav emigres during the First World War and the problems that they faced in Italy because of the Treaty of London. Despite consistent difficulties, the chapter argues that there were successes in the fields of propaganda and intelligence in the 1917-18., aiding at least indirectly the creation of a Yugoslav state in 1918.
Yugoslavia, Italian Front, Propaganda, World War I
219-230
Cornwall, John
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Gottsmann, Andreas
Cornwall, John
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Gottsmann, Andreas

Cornwall, John (2018) The success and failure of Yugoslav propaganda in wartime Italy. In, Gottsmann, Andreas (ed.) The Austro-Italian Front in the First World War. Rome. pp. 219-230.

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A study of the work of Yugoslav emigres during the First World War and the problems that they faced in Italy because of the Treaty of London. Despite consistent difficulties, the chapter argues that there were successes in the fields of propaganda and intelligence in the 1917-18., aiding at least indirectly the creation of a Yugoslav state in 1918.

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Published date: 1 September 2018
Keywords: Yugoslavia, Italian Front, Propaganda, World War I

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Local EPrints ID: 425395
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/425395
PURE UUID: 2bf1ed73-cc01-4c36-bad4-ba8f32ac8db9

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Date deposited: 17 Oct 2018 16:30
Last modified: 13 Mar 2019 17:57

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Author: John Cornwall
Editor: Andreas Gottsmann

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