THE CONTESTED MEMORY OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR IN MONTENEGRO
SPORNI SPOMINI NA PRVO SVETOVNO VOJNO V ČRNI GORI

František Šístek

DOI: https://doi.org/10.3986/Traditio2018470103

Abstract

This article focuses on the memory of the period 1914–1916, from the Sarajevo assassination and outbreak of war up to the occupation of Montenegro by the Austro-Hungarian Empire in January 1916 and on two, Serbian and Montenegrin national narratives about the First World War.

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Ta članek tematizira spomin na obdobje 1914-1916, od atentata na Sarajevu in od izbruha vojne do okupacije Črne gore s strani avstro-ogrskega imperija januarja 1916, in analizira dve nacionalni, srbski in črnogorski pripovedi o prvi svetovni vojni.

Keywords

First World War; Montenegro; narrative; Serbia; memory; discourse // prva svetovna vojna; Črna gora; pripoved; Srbija; spomin; diskurz

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