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Inventory of the Konstantin Fotic Papers
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The papers contain office and personal correspondence, reports, writings, speeches, clippings, and printed matter, documenting the politics of the Royal Yugoslav government in exile during World War II, Yugoslav-American relations, and the post-war Serbian and Yugoslav émigré community organizations. Additionally, documents provide detailed information on Serbian and Yugoslav prisoners of war and their immigration to the Dominican Republic and an extensive volume of speeches and writings reflecting Fotic's views on Tito, New Yugoslavia, and communism. Also available on microfilm (73 reels).
Konstantin Fotic (1891-1959) was born in ?abac, Serbia. His professional career was in diplomacy, serving the Royal Yugoslav government as minister and ambassador to the United States, 1935-1944. Fotic was the last Yugoslav ambassador to the United States before the coalition of New Yugoslav government was formed in 1944.
61 manuscript boxes, 3 oversize boxes (27 linear feet)
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