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PILAR : Croatian Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vol.I No.22 November 2006. -

In this article, the author compares the viewpoints of Ivo Pilar and

R. W. Seton-Watson, two brilliant publicists, on the South Slav Question as the

key problem in southeast Europe in the period up to 1918. He shows how

before the First World War both sought a solution to this complex problem,

particularly the aspect of Croat-Serb relations, exclusively within the framework

of the Habsburg Monarchy. The difference between them lay in the fact that

Pilar sought to affirm Croatian statehood, while Seton-Watson to create a new

Yugoslav statehood. During the war, Seton-Watson held the view that it was

necessary to establish an independent Yugoslav state outside the Monarchy in

order to solve the Yugoslav question, but Pilar cemented his standpoint that the

Monarchy was the only possible solution for Croatian interests.



Autor: Stjepan MATKOVIĆ - ; Croatian Institute for History, Zagreb, Republic of Croatia

Fuente: http://hrcak.srce.hr/



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