DISI is currently creating digital collections of primary material created by our associates or owned by the Institute. These collections are kept in different accessibility modes, due to copyrights and other legal issues. For the period of the Second World War, we are arranging the Archive of Franz Neuhausen, as well as the Archive of Jovan Marjanović, containing unpublished documents from wartime.

For the postwar period, we are holding a collection related to the foreign policy of socialist Yugoslavia, which includes transcripts of Tito’s conversations with various world leaders, as well as the collection related to inner policy, containing the Execution Book of the Yugoslav Secret Service (, CADDYY Bulletins and other documents related to repression and dissent.

The collection, The End of Yugoslavia,
concerning the Yugoslav collapse, is available in full access.