1918–1920 unrest in Split facts for kids
In 1918–1920, a series of violent fights took place in the city of Split between Croats and Italians, culminating in a struggle on 11 July 1920 that resulted in the deaths of Captain Tommaso Gulli of the Italian protected cruiser Puglia, Croat civilian Matej Miš, and Italian sailor Aldo Rossi. The incidents were the cause of the destruction in Trieste of the Hotel Balkan by Italian Fascists.
- Italian irredentism in Dalmatia
- Italian irredentism in Istria
- Dalmatian Italians
- Italian cultural and historic presence in Dalmatia
In Spanish: Incidentes de Split para niños
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