TITLE

ORGANIZIRANA IZSELITEV PREBIVALSTVA IZ PULJA: PROBLEMATIKA MEJE IN "OBRAMBA ITALIJANSTVA"

AUTHOR(S)
KOSMA─î, Miha
PUB. DATE
December 2015
SOURCE
Acta Histriae;Dec2015, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p511
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
On the 6th of January 1946 the Julian March Office was established at the initiative of the ministry of internal aff airs and the approval of the Italian government's Council of Ministers. Italian authorities in Rome have until the end of December 1946, therefore also during the Treaty of Peace with Italy negotiations, tried to hide their activities for the preparation of organized emigrations of population from Pula. The Italian government's Council of Ministers believed that by publishing the plan and their activities for the organized population emigration, they could define in advance that Pula belongs to Yugoslavia. Concurrently, on the 7th of August the Cabinet of the Ministry of Internal aff airs 1946 began preparing a plan for the organized population emigration from the Pula enclave. On this date the Julian March Office established a special exodus committee lead by the Julian march Office's prefect's deputy, Giuseppe Meneghini. During plan preparations the Italian government dealt with many issues that had a strong impact on Pula's population, e.g.: border ambiguity and the issue of belonging to Pula, the date and manner of the Anglo-American's withdrawal from Pula, the process of emigrating people and their belongings, issues of Italian officials ? especially fi nding accommodation and jobs for them in Italy. The atmosphere among Pula's habitants was aff ected also by information, and most of all misinformation, about the signing of the Treaty of Peace and its consequences. On the local level there was also not enough information given by the Italian government about the start and course of the organized emigration.
ACCESSION #
112833462

 

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