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Poljička cesta 35, Split, Croatia

Croatian history 1918 - 1945

Code: 67670
ECTS: 5.0
Lecturers in charge: prof. dr. sc. Aleksandar Jakir
Lecturers: prof. dr. sc. Aleksandar Jakir - Seminar
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1. komponenta

Lecture typeTotal
Lectures 30
Seminar 15
* Load is given in academic hour (1 academic hour = 45 minutes)
The aim of the course is to develop a critical sense for understanding basic processes and structures which characterized Croatian history in the first half of the 20th century and adoption of analytical and interpretative skills. Students attending the seminars will be stimulated toward independent research and evaluation of sources and literature in order to develop critical thought and form their own opinion about essential questions encompassed by the subject.
Learning outcomes:
  1. Students should be able after the examn:
    - to identify key political developments and processes with regard to Croatian history between the World Wars and during WW II
    - to recognize and explain the emergence and key features of relevant phenomena connected with historical processes that had a strong impact on Croatian society during this period
    - to explain basic processes connected with developments in the sphere of economy in the given period
    - to have an understanding of basic concepts concerning s
  1. , Ivo Banac, Nacionalno pitanje u Jugoslaviji, Zagreb, 1988.
    Dušan Bilandžić, Hrvatska moderna povijest, Zagreb, 1999.
    Ivo Goldstein, Hrvatska povijest, Zagreb, 2003.
    Hrvoje Matković, Povijest Jugoslavije (1918.-1991.). Hrvatski pogled, Zagreb, 1998., , , .
Optional literature:
  1. , Ljubo Boban, Maček i politika HSS, knj. I. - II., Zagreb, 1974.
    Ljubo Boban, Hrvatske granice 1918.-1992., Zagreb, 1993.
    Hodimir Sirotković, ZAVNOH. Rasprave i dokumenti, Zagreb, 2002., , , .
5. semester
Mandatory course - Regular studij - History
Consultations schedule:
  • prof. dr. sc. Aleksandar Jakir:

    Monday and Wednesday 8.45-9.45, and on appointment (

  • prof. dr. sc. Aleksandar Jakir:

    Monday and Wednesday 8.45-9.45, and on appointment (