Reports of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia for the Year 1931

Data/Images/kor_izv_mip_1931_s.jpg

Publisher: The archives of Serbia and Montenegro
Editor-in-Chief: Miladin Milošević, acting Director
Edited by: Nada Petrović and Jelena Bakić
Printed by: M-GRAF Trstenik
Circulation: 500 copies
Belgrade 2007

The second book of the edition Sources for the History of International Relations 1930-1940, entitled The Reports of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia for the Year 1931 has been published. The book contains 12 monthly reports of the Ministry for the year 1931. The structure of the book consists of:

  • introduction by Momčilo Pavlović, Ph.D., Director of the Institute of Contemporary History,
  • notes of the editor (written by Nada Petrović),
  • the basic text of the monthly Reports of the Ministry (January – December) 1931,
  • the critical part with 578 notes,
  • index of personal names and geographical names,
  • list of used archival fonds and collections,
  • reference material,
  • internet editions and
  • contents. .

The reports of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (January-December) of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia for the Year 1931 analyze foreign policies and internal situations in particular countries and their relations with the Kingdom of Yugoslavia during 1931. The following countries were reviewed in the basic text: Italy, Albania, Bulgaria, Greece, Turkey, Hungary, Austria, Germany, Rumania, Czechoslovakia, Belgium, Great Britain, USSR, USA, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Switzerland, Holland, Spain, Egypt, as well as the League of Nations. Within the League of Nations, the reports follow the work of Royal Standing Delegation with the League of Nations, the Preparatory Commission for the Disarmament Conference, the Standing  International Tribunal Court  u the Hague, as well as the following issues: minorities, road and transport issues, refugees, white slaves etc.  

© Arhiv Jugoslavije 2008 | designed & produced by MASSVision, powered by cMASS