ŠTĚPÁNEK, Václav. Tomáš G. Masaryk a Srbové z království před první světovou válkou (Tomáš G. Masaryk and Serbs from the Kingdom before the First World War). In Vratislav Doubek - Ladislav Hladký - Radomír Vlček a kolektiv. T. G. Masaryk a Slované. 1st ed. Praha: Historický ústav, 2013. p. 297-312. Práce Historického ústavu AV ČR, v. v. i., 45. ISBN 978-80-7286-221-4.
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Original name Tomáš G. Masaryk a Srbové z království před první světovou válkou
Name (in English) Tomáš G. Masaryk and Serbs from the Kingdom before the First World War
Authors ŠTĚPÁNEK, Václav.
Edition 1. vyd. Praha, T. G. Masaryk a Slované, p. 297-312, 16 pp. Práce Historického ústavu AV ČR, v. v. i., 45, 2013.
Publisher Historický ústav
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Original language Czech
Type of outcome Chapter(s) of a specialized book
Field of Study 60101 History
Country of publisher Czech Republic
Confidentiality degree is not subject to a state or trade secret
Publication form printed version "print"
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Organization unit Faculty of Arts
ISBN 978-80-7286-221-4
Keywords in English T. G. Masaryk; M. Milovanović; N. Pašić; B. Marković; Serbia; Austria-Hungary; annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina; Zagreb high-treason trial; Friedjung trial; L. Berchtold
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Abstract (in English)
The author of this article contemplated T. G. Masaryk’s relationships several of the most important officials of the Kingdom of Serbia before the outbreak of the First World War. The autor claims that Masaryk came into the more general consciusness of Serbs in the Kingdom in connection whit his role as a the so-callet high-treason trials.On the basis of documents from the National Archives of Serbia, specifically, from the legacy of M. Milovanović, who vas the Serbian Minister od Foreign Affairs in the period of the annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina,this study demonstrates, that Masaryk’s engagement in the high-treason trials was initially perceived rather as complication by Serbian oficials. He also brings to light Masaryk’s considerable efforts to convince the Serbian Minister of Foreign Affairs to delegate important figures from his ministry to Vienna as witnesses to the trial. At its conclusion the article acquaints us whit Masaryk’s unsukcessful attempt at mediating negotiations between Serbian Prime Minister Nikola Pašić and Austro-Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs Leopold Berchtold at the end of 1912, the goal of which was to have been smoothing out tension between the Kingdom of Serbia and the Habsburg Monarchy. The autor informs us about the proposals that Serbia submnitted through Masaryk’s intermediation to the Habsburg Monarchy on the basis of a heretofore unknown notes he discovered in the national Archives in Prague, that had been taken by L. Berchtold during the negotiations.
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