1 The inhabitants are referred to by their national
names, Croatians and Serbians from Southern Hungary in documents (for example, the
Resolution, October 2, 1918). Literature;F. Sisic, Documents about the formation of the
Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, Zagreb, 1920.- Bogdan Krizman, Record from the
Central committee of the National Council of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes in
Zagreb.(STARINE,KNJ) 48. Zagreb, 1958 and others.
2 A. SEKULIC , (see above)
3 Petar PEKIC, History of Croatians in
Vojvodina (...) Zagreb, 1930.
5 Ante SEKULIC, In the Crossways of Worlds.
"Suboticka Danica" 1971.,51-57, The Literature of Backa Croatians, Zagreb,
1970.,56-61 , Croatians of Backa. Zagreb, 1991. IBID., Contribution to the Research of the
Social Lives of Backa Croatians from 1919 to 1928. Work, vol.23. Zagreb 1990, 189-208
6 Matija EVETOVIC, The Life and Work of Bishop Ivan
Antunovic, the National Revivalist. Subotica , 1935.
7 Actual notes from 1948. (in Subotica in the
parsonage. Rajic was seriously ill at the time but persistent in his work. In every
meeting with him, I noted interesting thoughts, his opinions and predictions for the
future. He showed me his work and his notes. Unfortunately, I do not know where they were
"lost". Our acquaintance and my personal collaboration with Rajic began on the
basis of family ties in my secondary school years.
8 Compare with A. SEKULIC, One Late Autumn In
Subotica. Suboticka Danica,1971, 51.53
9 Peter PEKIC, The History of the liberation of
Vojvodina. Subotica, 1939, 96.
10 Ferdo SISIC, Documents about the formation of the
Kingdom of Serbs, Croatians and Slovenes, Zagreb, 1920,168.- Dragoljub JANKOVIC - Bogdan
KRIZMAN, Documents about the Formation of the Yugoslavian State, Belgrade 1964, 325-326.
11 Mirko GRLICA - Geza VAS, Subotica in
Yugoslavia. Memorandum,,news letter, no.7.,3.5
12 P.Pekic,(see above)162-163. - Joso SOKCIC,
Subotica Before and After Liberation. Subotica, 1934.,89.
13 A. SEKULIC, contribution to the
14 (see above) 196. - P.PEKIC, (see above)
15 The basic principle and program of the
Croatian Republican Peasant Party (GRSS- abbreviation in the Croatian language) -text
according to the book I: MUZIC, Stjepan Radic in the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and
Slovenes. Zagreb, 1988.,322.
16 see above
17 Mihomil Katanec, Ladislav Vlasic, Vinko
Zganec, Stjepan Grabic, Dragan Mrljak, Miroslav Mazgon and numerous others were among the
18 Arpad LEBL, The Political figure of Vasa
Stajic. Novi Sad, 1963., 282, 292
19 Bacskai hirlap, October 23, November 2,
20 According to a personal report, Mara
Malagurski, a young girl from a well-respected Croatian Subotica family, embroidered the
Croatian flag herself.She later married and added a second name, Djordjevic, to her maiden
21 Neven, Sloboda, Panceva, Bacskai hirlap and
22 A.SEKULIC, contribution to the Research
23 Milan PETROVIC, Belgrade or Zagreb,
Chronicle "Matice Srpske", book 367, 195-207. Novi Sad.
24 P. PEKIC, History of the Liberation (...)
25 Compare with Aleksa IVIC,
Karadjordjevic’s republic or dynasty? Zagreb, 1918. (the entire text!)
26 P. PEKIC, The History of Croatians (...)
27 A. SEKULIC, Contribution to of Research
28 Milan DUBAJIC, The Worker’s Movement
(...), Subotica, 1966.
29 Neven XXXII (1919), No. 43, 25. February
1919. Title: Postal workers’ and railway workers’ Demonstration against the Budapest
30 Neven XXXII (1920.) from October 20, 1920 -
compare with P. PEKIC, nav.dj.,241
31 Ivan EVETOVIC (Ajmas, May 16 1859. - Bac,
August 10, 1923), priest and cultural worker. He also participated in the party life of
Backa Croatians, first as a representative in the Hungarian parliament and then as a
representative of the Bunjevac-Sokac party (Pucka Party) for the Backa and Sombor
district. He is also known as a contributing writer to Neven, the Suboticka Danica and
32 A. SEKULIC, (see above) 86. - P.PEKIC, (see
33 M: RASTIC, A Summary of the System of
National Rule in Croatia 1941-1943. Paths of Revolution 1.2. IHRPH Zagreb, 19563.,
34 I JELIC, About the origin of Borders
between Croatia and Serbia, Journal of Contemporary History, 1.3. Zagreb, 1991.
35 I. NESOVIC-B. PETRANOVIC, AVNOJ and the
Revolution. Belgrade 1983., 452 .
36 Z. STIPERSKI, The movement of Germans in
Eastern Croatia, Backa and Srijem. Anthology Slavonia, Srijem (...), 143-148.
37 A. LAUSIC, Reasons and Consequences of
the Agrarian Reform and Colonization 1945-1948: Anthology Slavonia, Srijem (...)91.92.
38 M. STAMBUK-SAKALIC, Croatian Eastern
Border in Documents. 1945-1947. Fontes, 1. Zagreb, 1995, 153 - 329 .
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