Correspondence, speeches and writings, diaries, printed matter, and photographs relating to Yugoslav-American relations, political
and military conditions in Yugoslavia during World War II, postwar communism in Yugoslavia, and Yugoslav émigré politics.
Also available on microfilm (73 reels).
Konstantin Fotic (1891-1959) was born in Šabac, Serbia. His professional career was in diplomacy, serving the Royal Yugoslav
government as minister and ambassador to the United States, 1935-1944. Fotić 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
(27.1 linear feet)
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