Yugoslavism in the Impact of the Cyrilomethodian Heritage

Athanasios Athanasiadis

Abstract


The holy mission of the missionaries, Cyril and Methodius from Thessaloniki to Central Europe in the 9th century constituted a prominent event for the whole of the Slavic world since it profoundly affected the cultural and social formation of its existence. The mission introduced new letters and set the foundations of its culture and education. The Slaves of the south in the mid of the 20th century broached and processed the political notion of “Υugoslavism” a political term which, although it appeared at first to have an ecumenical and supranational character, when based on the historical events,  it failed to keep united those who believed in it. This article studies the positive or negative relationships that developed between the two poles of the Slavic world.


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