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Erstellt von kapsamun, 10.01.2008, 19:44 Uhr · 26 Antworten · 1.839 Aufrufe

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    Die serbische Kolonisation in Kosovo

    Suche ein Buch von G.Krstiq mit dem Titel "Kolonialisation von Südserbien", herausgegeben in Sarajevo 1928.

    Jegliche Informationen erwünscht.

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    Hallo kapsamum

    Ich konnte dieses Buch leider nicht finden, hab aber bei google.books ein Buch gefunden von Manfred Straka mit dem Titel: Handbuch der europäischen Volksgruppen, der dieses Thema behandelt.

    Ein kurzes Zitat aus diesem Buch: "Unter dem alten Regime war neben direkten Zwangsmitteln die sogenannte Agrarreform das wirksamste Mittel, deren Ziel es war, die Albaner ihres Bodens zu berauben, um ihnen den neuen serbo-montenegrinischen Ansiedlern zu geben. Diese traurige Wahrheit ist durch G.Krstiq, der mit der Durchführung der Reform beauftragt war selbst in seinem „Die Kolonisation Süd-Serbiens" betitelten Buch bestätigt worden. Er gibt dort zu, daß die „Agrarreform" vor allem ein politisches Ziel hatte und daß der Staat sie mit allen seinen Mitteln zu Ende führen mußte."

    Ich werde noch weiter suchen....

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    Vielleicht kann uns ein serbischer, bosnischer oder kroatischer User den Titel: "Die Kolonisation Südserbiens" übersetzen, vielleicht gibt es etwas im Internet dazu auf serbisch halt...

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    Ein Zitat aus dem Buch.
    Historical Dictionary Of Kosova

    Von Robert Elsie

    "According to the Serb official Djordje Krstic, the government colonization programm, which had broud some 70'000 colonists to Kosova, equivalent to about 10% of the total population, raised the proportion of Serbs there from 24 percent in 1919 in 39 percent. "

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    Ein weiteres Zitat aus dem Buch: Kosovo: A short History von Noel Malcom.

    "The total number of colonists who came to Kosovo was just over 13000 families: perhaps 70000 people altogether, equivalent to ten percent of Kosovo's entire population. Writing in 1928, the Serbian official Djordje Krstic described the colonization programme as a great 'success' in demographic terms.... "


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    Ein Kapitel aus dem Buch: The Albanians a Modern History von Miranda Vickers, beschreibt die Kolonisation ein wenig detailierter.

    Ich hab mal Bilder dieses Kapitels upgeloadet:



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    hej wo hast du das gefunden? danke!

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    Hallo kapsamum, die Bücher finde ich über

    Google Buchsuche

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    Ich habe noch einen interessante Dissertation gefunden von BEKIM ÇOLLAKU aus der Universität in New Castle, Betreuer ist Prof. DAVID CAMPBEL.

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    1.1. Historical Background
    International diplomacy has been considered responsible for partitioning Albanian territories since the Congress of Berlin in 1878. Further development occurred with the Ambassadors Conference in London (1912-1913), giving to neighbouring countries (Serbia, Montenegro and Greece) about 55% of territory which ethnic Albanians represented the majority of the population historically living there. Over 60% of the Albanian population were left outside the existing borders of Albania. Albania was recognized as an independent state in 1912, whilst the remaining territories and their population were left to the mercy of other nations, fighting to preserve their national identity, language and history, and fighting to survive. The subject of these bitter and ugly arrangements conducted by the large European powers at that time was Kosovo, too. Lord Edward Grey, former British Foreign Minster who headed meetings in the London Conference said that “Kosovo has been sacrificed for saving the peace”.
    Historical facts reveal a bitter experience of Kosovo Albanians living under Serbian rule for centuries and argue that the Serbian policy towards Kosovo Albanians has always been one of ethnic cleansing. The roots of the ethnic cleansing committed by Serbs against the Albanian ethnic population are historically based. Lazer Mjeda, the Catholic Achibishop of Skopje, in a report to Rome, estimated that about 25,000 Kosovo Albanians were massacred in 1912. It is worth noting that while beginning with the creation of Yugoslavia in 1918 until the mid-1930's, the Albanian question had been a problem falling exclusively within the jurisdiction of the Serb Military, Royal Police, and especially the Colonization Commission which state responsible authority for the expulsion of Albanians and the settling of the Serb colons in Kosovo. During only two waves of Serbian colonisation in 1922-29 and 1933-38, over 10,877 Serbian families were settled on 120,672 hectares of land taken away from Albanian owners under the imposed state Agrarian reform. For the incoming settlers 330 settlements and villages were built with 12,689 houses, fourty-six schools and thirty-two churches. Hence, it is not difficult to understand what the aims of the colonisation were to change the ethnic composition of Kosovo’s towns, to change their religion, and to eradicate the Albanian language and Albanian heritage. The following is what Djordje Krstic (Chief Agrarian Commissioner responsible for the colonisation of Kosovo) wrote:
    Among the results obtained is that of progress in towns. Urosevac is no longer the Albanian town it was before, for a large number of Hercegovines have settled there, and they will before long become the dominant element. Pristina is in a good way becoming a modern town and is making a great progress. Pec, where before it was difficult to see one of our people, is today crowded with our colonisers, who seem to give a new life to the town, and very soon they will change the town’s entire character”.

    At an official level the treatment of the Kosovo Albanian question was left at the hands of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Yugoslavia, and two very powerful Serb think tanks, the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, and the Serbian Cultural Club. Representatives of various Serb and Yugoslav Ministries and institutions were invited to actively participate in the meetings organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Yugoslavia. In these meetings the question was formulated openly and clearly, “what should be done to organize and achieve the expulsion of all the Albanians without damaging further the precarious political situation of Yugoslavia”? Regardless of the differences in the projects offered and means suggested, all agreed on one point, Albanians should be expelled and their territories colonized by Slavs once and for all.

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