Kraljevina Ogrska in diasporična intervencija v ZDA v zgodnjem 20. stoletju

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.3986/dd.2022.1.02

Ključne besede:

Avstro-Ogrska, migracije, Ameriška akcija, panslavizem

Povzetek

Avstro-ogrski voditelji so v odgovoru na čezatlantske migracije delovali zelo intervencijsko, prizadevali so si vzdrževati lojalnost svoje diaspore v Ameriki. Ta prispevek razkriva aktivno vlogo, ki jo je imela avstro-ogrska vlada – še posebej pa Urad ogrskega predsednika vlade – pri nadzoru lojalnosti migrantov v ZDA od leta 1902 do izbruha prve svetovne vojne. Raziskuje tako uspehe politike kot proteste, ki jih je ta povzročala. Intervencija je sledila čezmorskim selitvam – vlada je upravljala s selitveno birokracijo in si je prek tiska, cerkve in kulturnih dogodkov prizadevala za vključitev v življenje izseljencev. Več ukrepov Avstro-Ogrske za vzdrževanje lojalnosti je imelo ravno nasprotne učinke od želenih in je podžgalo proteste migrantov.

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2022-01-31

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Poznan KE. Kraljevina Ogrska in diasporična intervencija v ZDA v zgodnjem 20. stoletju. DveDom [Internet]. 31. januar 2022 [citirano 28. maj 2022];2022(55):19-36. Dostopno na: https://ojs.zrc-sazu.si/twohomelands/article/view/10562

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