Partibrejker wrote:In 2013 it was originally reported by Artjom Ulunjan, Russian historian specializing in history of communism, he did thorough search and readings of SVR(KGB successor) documents that got officially declassified that were created by KGB findings of the Albanian and Soviet/Russian documents that possessed the records of councils of the politburo of Albanian Workers Party, then it also turned out that Albanian minister of defence during that era Veli Llakaj has confirmed actually that information. Also going in favor that is the fact that Hoxha was recorded saying that Albania is on the edge of the war during border military inspection on 24th of July 1978 (albanian/yugoslavian border) and the fact that in 1975 during Helsinki Acord/Final act Albania was the only European country not to sign the Helsinki Acord/Final act which was resolving the definite borders of countries in Europe.
Any links or books you could provide on this? I an coming up with snake-eyes...
That article was published in the January issue of the Universal History Institute of the Russian Academy of Science journal 2013, I have tried sniffing it online but no success, if you want I can ask around with my Russian friends that are professors at Moscow and Belgorod university, maybe I can get some luck if there is an English version, me personally I came familiar with the existence of the article in the summer of 2015, when one of those friends actually taught me that fact, I was surprised as you when I heard it the 1st time.
besides that you can find media reports on that russian article from Croatian paper "dnevni" and Serbian "b92", online in English that discuss the article, what is interesting is that Croatian one was the 1st one to inform on the subject, and to give it some sort of legitimacy(aka not disregard them instantly for being "Yugoslavian", especially Serbian), on couple of occasions when they were actually discussing stuff from the past, their writings actually resulted in successful crime prosecutions, after police decided to look them up, so they are not to be disregarded immediatley and the same goes for b92 which are sort of Serbian national phenomena, since their journalists actually managed to change 15 plus laws under influence of their findings and put a shitload of corrupted politicians and businessman into jail,and manage to expose people which were hiding war criminals for ages and expose some war criminals themselves which in the end resulted that some of their journalists actually have police coverage 24/7 due to numerous, numerous death threats over the last two and a half decades.
Also for Enver Hoxha personal hatred for Yugoslavia, you can actually read from his own writings, as this one for example:https://www.marxists.org/reference/arch ... ugoslavia/
also if you go tohttp://www.enverhoxha.ru/
you can find numerous books that actually speak in greater detail about many many aspects of positive and negative sides of Enver hoxha including the hatred and invasion plans, there is also one that specialize on Yugoslavia aka Titoists. like http://www.enverhoxha.ru/Archive_of_boo ... rb_hrv.pdf
hopefully you can find a way to translate it.
As for Helsinki Final Act/Accord, dnevni.hr, jutarnji.hr and b92 articles that you can find via easy google search