Yugoslavia : Trade Unions in Yugoslavia (FCO28-1649).

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
  • Abingdon, England : Taylor and Francis, 2019.
  • London : Foreign and Commonwealth Office, 1971.
Description
1 online resource : colour text file, PDF

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Subject(s)
Series
  • Cold War Eastern Europe. [More in this series]
  • FCO28: Foreign Office and Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Northern Department and East European and Soviet Department (and succeeding departments): Registered Files (N, EN and ES Series) ; FCO28-1649. [More in this series]
  • FCO28 : Foreign Office and Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Northern Department and East European and Soviet Department (and succeeding departments): Registered Files (N, EN and ES Series) ; FCO28-1649
Data source
  • Cold War Eastern Europe, 1947-1982
  • Cold War Eastern Europe, 1967-1975: Module 3
  • History Commons
Summary note
A file containing documents relating to trade unions in Yugoslavia. Documents in the file include two speeches by the president, Josip Broz Tito, at the second Yugoslav Congress of Self-Management in May 1971, and at a session of the presidium of the Council of the Trade Union Federation of Yugoslavia in December 1971. Also included in the file are two reports on the self-management congress and subsequent developments, written by the labour attaché at the British embassy in Belgrade, which are accompanied by a glossary of terms used in Yugoslav labour relations. Other subjects discussed in the file include the question of whether the British Trades Union Congress (T.U.C.) would be represented at the self-management congress -- and a strike by dock workers in Rijeka, which resulted in a large wage increase.
Notes
  • File date: 1971.
  • Date document(s) were released to the public domain: 2002.
  • File was closed until January 1, 2002, under the Public Records Act 1958.
  • Title from Cold War Eastern Europe Module III.
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