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Review of Croatian history, Vol.VI No.1 April 2011. -

The governing style of Ban Pavao Rauch was subject to much sharp criticism, not only among the opposition-oriented public in Civil Croatia but also from the respected British publicist and journalist Robert W. Seton-Watson Scotus Viator. In the latter’s opinion Rauch’s reign as Croatia’s ban was unconstitutional and served the complete subjugation of Civil Croatia to Hungarian interests. The Seton-Watson’s writings prompted a response from Isidor Kršnjavi, a Frankist-Rightist who formulated well-reasoned refutations of the Briton’s negative characterizations of political relations in the Croatia of the time.

Austria-Hungary; Isidor Kršnjavi; Kingdom of Croatia; Pavao Rauch, Robert Seton-Watson



Autor: Zlatko Matijević - ; Croatian Institute of History, Zagreb, Croatia

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



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