For price of this croatia adriatic gay rights activism in new york behaviour, Germany agreed to give to Croatia Bosnia-Herzegovina, while it installed a puppet government in Serbia, that Italy divided Slovenia with Reich; that finally Bulgaria received major part of Macedonia, and Hungary Vojvodina with its Hungarian "minority ".
That resulted - in addition to the reinforcement of the anti-Serb nationalist feelings - in duels with the revolver between Communists and police officers. In this last social democrat organisation HDSACiliga was not a simple contributor; he was officially the political secretary It is with an extreme discretion that the French press Le MondeOctober 28,announced, in some poor lines, the death of Ante Ciliga, in Zagreb Croatiawithout giving the date of disappearance October 21 : he was presented as a former leading personality of the Yugoslav Communist Party, having tasted the Stalinist lagers and those of the Croatian Ustashe.
As journalist, he was named section head of Croatian journalism close to the ministry of the Foreign Affairs, a promotion that incontestably testified a high confidence on behalf of the Ustasha State, and of a not less great compromising with the Ustasha party. The development of a strong particularly Croatian Yugoslav emigration, then the same events of Yugoslavia, at the end of the Sixties and at the beginning of the Seventies, will give him a growing place and a political recognition in this medium strongly marked by nationalism.
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A police report notes that he could make condemn June a French Stalinist newspaper showing him to be paid by Goebbels. It rests much - sometimes supplements it - on the interview made by Minima and Pier Paolo Poggio, for the Italian review Umana Avventura, in three parts, January and May.
Amnesty International signale toutefois qu'aucun incident majeur ne se serait produit, les participants ayant bénéficié de la protection de la police This "vision " of the facts is not without to have consolidated the "revisionist " vision of the Croatian history Ciliga considered the meetings of the Comintern tedious, and pure chattering, where all decided "in the slides".