The article analyzes the options and policies of the Aromanian minority in the Balkans in the interwar period, when this ethnic group was suspended between the improvement of their conditions in Greece and Albania, and the strengthening of the traditional alliance with Bucharest and Romania, to which you should develop policies on migration and colonization.
The article focuses on the Vlach question after the first World War, when the Balkan region was finally divided among the different national States and the Ottoman Empire collapsed. In this period the Aromanian communities had to find a new policy inside a new scenario and addressed towards different options represented by Albania, Italy and Romania. In a first time Vlachs also tried to create an autonomous principality of Pindus but this experience was short-lived and did not produce tangible results. On the contrary, during the interwar period the Vlachs consolidated their privileged relationship with Romania and established an influent group at Bucharest, where they partecipated to the internal political life even supporting the most radical movements such as Comeliu's Codreanu Iron Guard.
The fight for Balkan latinity (II). The aromanians after World War / Motta, Giuseppe. - In: MEDITERRANEAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES. - ISSN 2039-9340. - STAMPA. - 3:11(2012), pp. 541-550.
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|Titolo:||The fight for Balkan latinity (II). The aromanians after World War|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2012|
|Citazione:||The fight for Balkan latinity (II). The aromanians after World War / Motta, Giuseppe. - In: MEDITERRANEAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES. - ISSN 2039-9340. - STAMPA. - 3:11(2012), pp. 541-550.|
|Appartiene alla tipologia:||01a Articolo in rivista|