O POKUŠAJIMA ORGANIZOVANJA I DJELOVANJA POLITIČKE EMIGRACIJE CRNE GORE U CARIGRADU NAKON SMRTI KRALJA NIKOLE (1921) // ORGANIZATION AND ACTIVITIES OF MONTENEGRO’S POLITICAL EMIGRATION OF IN CONSTANTINOPLE AFTER DEATH OF KING NIKOLA (1921)
Journal Title:Historijski pogledi/Historical Views
The paper treats one important issue for Montenegrin historiography, which refers to the Montenegrin emigration and its activities in Constantinople, after the death of King Nikola in 1921. Based on hitherto unpublished historical sources, the paper presents numerous details related to the activities of the Montenegrin emigration, which was relocated to Italy until the death of King Nikola, and after that the largest number of emigrants moved to Constantinople. These are political emigrants who did not accept the loss of independence of Montenegro, after the Pogorica Assembly in 1918, and did not agree with the policy of the new state of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes. In this regard, the paper presents very interesting and diverse activities of Montenegrin emigration, and gives a clear picture of their commitment to Montenegro, its statehood and independence, and through their political activities and life in Constantinople.