Title: The “fight for peace” in the airwaves: Tito, “the chained dog of imperialists”
Authors: Simándi, Irén
Citation: West Bohemian Historical Review. 2017, no. 1, p. 145-164.
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Západočeská univerzita v Plzni
Document type: článek
URI: https://ff.zcu.cz/khv/about/research/vbhr/archiv.html
ISSN: 1804-5480
Keywords: studená válka;cizojazyčné radiové vysílání;propaganda;Jugoslávie;Kominforma
Keywords in different language: cold war;foreign language radio broadcasts;propaganda;Yugoslavia;Cominform
Abstract in different language: The radio broadcasts from countries involved in the Cold War had a major role in promoting relevant propaganda. Of course, this applied to the Hungarian Radio Corporation as well. In this study, with an analysis of the documents of the Hungarian Radio, we will present a segment of the foreign language radio programs broadcast between 1949 and 1951; the years of the campaign against Yugoslavia, and personally against Josip Broz Tito, the Yugoslav party leader, who turned against Stalin. The character of foreign languages broadcasts were subordinated to the political propaganda and followed well ups and downs of the Cold War. In 1956, after the settlement of the Soviet-Yugoslav conflict, disappeared not only the Cominform and so its newspaper against Yugoslavia the “New Struggle”, but changed the tone against theWest as well.
Rights: © Západočeská univerzita v Plzni
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