Petar Pekić

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Petar Pekić (Hungarian: Pékity Péter; Felsőszentiván, Austria-Hungary (today Hungary), 1896–1965) was Croatian historian, Slavist and writer from Bácska (Bačka), southern Kingdom of Hungary.

The quality of his works opened him the place in the Geza Kikić's anthology of prose and poetry of Bunjevci Croats.

Petar Pekić was also important person in politics. As Bunjevci Croat from southern Hungary, he participated on the Paris Peace Conference on September 22, 1919 as a part of Bunjevci Croats mission.

Works[edit]

  • translations
  • Voltaire: Moj boravak u Berlinu, 1951.
  • historical
  • Povijest oslobođenja Vojvodine, Grafika, Subotica, 1939
  • Vae victis : ili pobijanje kritike dra Dušana Popovića i Vase Stajića, Subotica, 1930
  • Propast Austro-Ugarske Monarhije : i postanak nasljednih država, Grafika, Subotica, 1937
  • Povijest Hrvata u Vojvodini : od najstarijih vremena do 1929. godine, Matica hrvatska, Zagreb, 1930

Sources[edit]

  • Geza Kikić: Antologija proze bunjevačkih Hrvata, Matica Hrvatska, Zagreb, 1971
  • Geza Kikić: Antologija poezije bunjevačkih Hrvata, Matica Hrvatska, Zagreb, 1971
  • Milovan Miković: Roman u književnosti Hrvata u Vojvodini - antologija, Osijek, 2008.

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