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Andrićiana - Ivo Andrić fonds
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Andric- publishing house Svjetlost

  • a letter, Beograd 14 January 1948, pp.1.
  • a letter, Beograd 4 February 1948, pp. 2.
  • a letter re publication of his works, Beograd, 28 February 1948, pp. 2.
  • a letter re correction of typos which occured in publication of his book Na Drini Cuprija, Beograd 3 March 1948, pp. 1.
  • a letter re correction of typos which occured in publication of his book Na Drini Cuprija, Beograd, 15 March 1948, pp. 1.
  • a letter re front page of Na Drini Cuprija, Beograd, 20 April1948, pp. 2.
  • a letter about his visit to Sarajevo, Beograd, 5 May 1948, pp. 2.
  • a letter re honorarium for his book Na Drini Cuprija, Beograd, 19 June1948, pp. 1.
  • a letter re honorarium for his book Na Drini Cuprija, Beograd, 26 June1948, pp. 1.
  • a letter re publication of his book, Na Drini Cuprija, Beograd, 26 December 1948, pp. 2.
  • a letter re his contribution ("Secanje na Kalmia Baruha") to a journal, Beograd, 10 August 1952, pp. 1.
  • a letter re his contribution to journal Zivot, Beograd, 12 November 1952, pp. 1.

Andrićiana - Ivo Andrić fonds

  • 96-165
  • Fonds
  • 1910s through 1990s

This collection contains manuscripts, private and official correspondence, diplomatic documents, photographs, and published works (collected and individual) by or about Ivo Andrić.

Andrić, Ivo, 1892-1975

Articles

96-165-158-I to 96-165-158-XXVIII
This collection contains over five hundred articles written in Croatian, Serbian, English, and German, on all aspects of Andric's life, work and diplomatic career. There are original offprints, excerpts and newspaper clippings, as well as photocopies, with handwritten annotations and research notes, as well as essays and papers in typescript.

Documents on German and Yugoslav foreign polocy 1939-41

This unique collection includes copies of diplomatic correspondence between the Foreign Ministry in Berlin and the German legation in Yugoslavia, records of conversations between Hitler, Ribbentrop and theYugoslav foreign minister Cincar-Markovic, between the royal Yugoslav minister plenipotentiary and special envoy Ivo Andric and Cincar-Markovic, Andric and the German ambassador in Yugoslavia Viktor von Heeren, Andric and State Secretary of the German Foreign Ministry Ernst Freiherr von Weizsacker, Andric and Prince Regent Paul of Yugoslavia, Andric and the German economic expert on the Balkans Karl Clodius, Andric and the Reich Marshal Hermann Goring, Andric and Alexander Freiherr Dornberg, Chief of protocol of the German foreign office, Andric-Dr.Hans Kastner, German ministery official who accompanied the Yugoslav diplomats to Bad Schachen, Andric and Yugoslav minister president Dragisa Cvetkovic, Andric and Ernst Woerman, Assistant secretary and chief of the political division of the German foreign office, Andric and the Yugoslav foreign minister Momcilo Nincic, etc. This unique collection contains over 250 files, with over 500 separate items (newspaper articles, memoranda, records of private and official conversations, telegrams, records of verbal messages), and is paramount to understanding Andric's diplomatic career, especially his role in Yugoslavia's joining the Tripartite Pact powers in Vienna on March 25, 1941, and in the aftermath of Germanys savage attack on Yugoslavia in April, 1941, when Yugoslav diplomatic and consular representatives in Germany and the occupied territories of France, Belgium and Holland were rounded up and forcibly taken to Constance and Bad Schachen, in the south of Germany, and retained there until their eventual deportation to Belgrade in June, 1941.

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