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Balkan Ghosts

Balkan Ghosts

by Robert D Kaplan

A pessimistic overview of the history of the Balkans, from the beginning of World War I to the ethnic warfare of the 1990s, the Balkans have been rocked with poverty, struggle, and political dissent.
This political travelogue focuses on the trouble in the Balkans, specifically the depravities of human nature; religious and cultural cleansing, genocide, and massive corruption.
The Fall Of Yugoslavia

The Fall Of Yugoslavia

by Misha Glenny

The longtime central European correspondent for the BBC World Service based in Vienna, Misha Glenny has lived in and worked all over the Balkans. His books include The Rebirth of History and The Fall of Yugoslavia, winner of the 1992 Overseas Press Club Award for Best Book on Foreign Affairs.
Land Without Justice

Land Without Justice

by Milovan Djilas

The autobiography of the youth of the former Vice Presiden of Yugoslovia, which is also the story of a little-know land, Montenegro. Introduction and notes by William Jovanovich. Translated by Michael B. Petrovich.
The Fracture Zone

The Fracture Zone

by Simon Winchester

A True Portrait of One of the World's Most Chaotic and Beautiful Regions That Explains Why Violence Has Always Occurred There--And Why It May Continue For Years To ComeThe vast and mountainous area that makes up the Balkans is rife with discord, both cultural and topographical. And, as Simon Winchester superbly demonstrates in this intimate portrait of the region, much of the political strife of the past century can be traced to its inherent contrasts. With the aid of a guide and linguist, Winchester... Read more
Tito

Tito

by Phyllis Auty

Partisans and Guerrillas

Partisans and Guerrillas

by Ronald H Bailey

Sarajevo

Sarajevo

by Zlatko Dizdarevic

The Road To Sarajevo

The Road To Sarajevo

by Vladimir Dedijer

History Of Serbia

History Of Serbia

by Harold W V Temperley

Balkan Ghosts

Balkan Ghosts

by Robert Kaplan

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Partisans and Guerrillas - World War II

by Ronald H Bailey/The Editors Of Time-Life Books/Of Time-Life Books

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My Native Land

by Louis Adamic

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For a King's Love

by Alexandra Queen Of Yugoslavia -

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Dubrovnik and Its Surroundings

by Anuska Novakovic

Yugoslavia Books & Ephemera

Balkan Odyssey

Balkan Odyssey

by Owen, David

An invaluable first-hand account of diplomatic efforts to halt ethnic cleansing and civil war in the former Yugoslavia-by the former British Member of Parliament who headed the international mediation effort from 1992 to 1995.
Rise and Fall

Rise and Fall

by Djilas, Milovan

In the aftermath of the partisan victory that gave the Communists control of Yugoslavia in 1944, Djilas became one of Tito's closest aides. A decade later, he was expelled from the Central Committee and imprisoned for nine years. His inside account of a revolution gone awry is a painful, passionate book of bitter truths. Index.
Tito Speaks

Tito Speaks

by Dedijer, Vladimir

The Serbs

The Serbs

by Judah, Tim

The Mountains Of Serbia

The Mountains Of Serbia

by Kindersley, Anne

The Eagle and The Roots

The Eagle and The Roots

by Adamic, Louis

The Beloved Land

The Beloved Land

by Dedijer, Vladimir

Partisans and Guerillas

Partisans and Guerillas

by Bailey, Ronald H