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Stevo Duraskovic

ISBN 10: 9537963373 / ISBN 13: 9789537963378
Editorial: Srednja Europa, Zagreb, 2016
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This book compares the politics of history and the national identity-building ideologies used by the ruling parties in Croatia and Slovakia in the 1990s. Drawing upon various sources, The Politics of History in Croatia and Slovakia in the 1990s shows that the Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) led by Franjo Tudman and the Movement for Democratic Slovakia (HZDS) led by Vladimir Meciar gained and maintained power by convincing the electorate that they were the best state-creating agents and, hence, the "saviors of the nation", which could protect their nations against the resentment that was exercised by the "senior" partners - the Serbs and the Czechs - towards the respective Croats' and Slovaks' claims for sovereignty. Both parties conceptualized themselves in an anti-civic fashion as all-embracing national movements that would bring about the reconciliation of the historically fractioned nations by embodying the synthesis of the entire nations' historical statehood-building legacies. These similarities of the politics of history and similar patterns of historical legacies were characterized by the "junior" partner roles the two nations had in Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia respectively, as well by the traumatic legacies of the respective Croat and Slovak WWII Nazi satellite states; while the differences stem from the more traumatic Croatian twentieth-century legacy in comparison with Slovakia's. Exposing the operation of the politics of history in the political legitimizing processes as well as in the transfer of the politics of history into the various policies of history - including national symbols, commemoration policies, public spaces, as well policies of transitional justice - this is the first full-lenght study on the nexus between history/memory and the political power with respect to the Croat and Slovak nations' historical legacies as well as to the contexts of Yugoslavia's and Czechoslovakia's respective dissolution processes. N° de ref. de la librería 309100

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Editorial: Srednja Europa, Zagreb

Año de publicación: 2016

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro: New

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Dominovic was founded in 1990 in Zagreb, Croatia and since then is continuously working on the export of Croatian books and periodicals, as well as the import of foreign literature for the needs of Croatian costumers. Obtaining, distributing and selling books, magazines, scientific literature by Croatian and foreign publishers is our main focus. Investment in new projects, collaboration with business partners and high quality service are important features of our activity. We have been present in publishing for a long time, and we have become recognized for quality and valuable publications that we continually press . In the year 1998 Dominovic; creates a web platform, which later upgrades to the online bookstore. In the year 2000 a Bookshop Dominovic was opened in the building of the National and University Library as a result of constant investment in improving the business . Dominovic supplies books from all over the world. Following our vision to be specialized in certain areas, we always try to achieve the best quality.

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