Stjepan Radić

Stjepan Radić in 1920s Stjepan Radić (11 June 1871 – 8 August 1928) was a Croatian politician and the founder of the Croatian People's Peasant Party (HPSS). Radić is credited with galvanizing Croatian peasantry into a viable political force. Throughout his entire career, he was opposed to the union and, later, Serb hegemony in Yugoslavia and became an important political figure in that country. He was shot in parliament by the Serbian radical politician Puniša Račić. Radić died several weeks later from a serious stomach wound at the age of 57. This assassination further alienated the Croats and the Serbs. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Radić, Stjepan, 1871-1928.
Published 1905
...Radić, Stjepan, 1871-1928. Savremena Evropa....
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by Radić, Stjepan, 1871-1928.
Published 1904
...Radić, Stjepan, 1871-1928. Moderna kolonizacija i Slaveni....
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by Radić, Stjepan, 1871-1928.
Published 1903
...Radić, Stjepan, 1871-1928. Uzničke uspomene....
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by Radić, Stjepan, 1871-1928.
Published 1910
...Radić, Stjepan, 1871-1928. Česki narod na početku xx. stoljeća....
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by Radić, Stjepan, 1871-1928.
Published 1904
...Radić, Stjepan, 1871-1928. Mederna kolonizacija i Slaveni....
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by Lakatoš, Joso, 1884-
Published 1909
Other Authors: '; ...Radić, Stjepan, 1871-1928....
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by Radić, Ante, 1868-1919.
Published 1908
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