Press and propaganda

The Kingdom of Yugoslavia and separatist movements fought for the Yugoslav emigrants in Latin America. The conflicting sides developed wide-spread propaganda with the aim of winning over emigrants for their idea. For that purpose, numerous emigrant newspapers were printed. Newspapers which had evident anti-Yugoslav, separatist orientation and which served as the organs of anti-governmental associations throughout their existence are presented in the section on anti-govermental activities.






Propaganda activities of the Mission of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia in Argentina, 1929 godine

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Cover pages of the most prominent emigrant newspapers

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Yugoslav state and emigration in South America 1921-1945

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