Constantin Fotitch Papers, 1942-49, 1953-59 | University of Illinois Archives
Series Number: 15/35/60
Acquired: October 11, 2000, September 24, 2005
Volume: 1.0 cubic feet
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Description: Papers of Constantin A. Fotitch (1891-1959), Minister and Ambassador of the Royal Yugoslav government to the United States (1935-44) contains decoded telegrams, photocopied correspondence, repors scrapbooks, and newsclippings regarding political and cultural affairs in Yogoslavia during World War II and the rise of the Tito government. This series also includes a biographical sketch of Draja Mihailovitch, a list of appointments to the Yugoslav National Bank (1944), information concerning the extradiction of Serbians from Italy (1946, 1949), published foreign affairs reports on the Yugoslavian economy and policy in the Council of Europe (1954-55), and a transcript of the Shifrovan Telegram (1941) reporting on killings of Serbians and Croatians.