Název: Od krále k maršálovi : závěr styků československé exilové vlády s královskou exilovou vládou Jugoslávie a počátky její spolupráce s hnutím J.B. Tita v letech 1943–1945
From the king to the Marshal : the epilogue of contacts of Czechoslovak government-in-exile with the Royal government-in-exile of Yugoslavia and the beginnings of its cooperation with a movement of J.B. Tito in 1943–1945
Zdrojový dokument: Studia historica Brunensia. 2018, roč. 65, č. 2, s. 103-120
ISSN1803-7429 (print)2336-4513 (online)
Licence: Neurčená licence
This text captures one the lesser-described epizodes of relations between Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia, i. e. the relations of these countries during the World War Two. Since 1943, agile Partyzans have become the main Yugoslav political current that the Czechoslovak exile government has dealed with and was considered by it to be competent to rule the postwar Yugoslavia. The Czechoslovaks have done so at the expense of relations with the exile régime headed by the king Petar II. In this paper, I describe the transfer of Czechoslovak focus from the exile government to the homeland-based Partyzans. An analysis of causes, context and consequences of this Czechoslovak policy is also included.