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      G. Podskalsky, Theologische Literatur des Mittelalters in Bulgarien und Serbien 865-1459, Editions Beck, Munich, 2000 [1]
      Gábor Ágoston: Guns for the sultan. Military power and the weapons industry in the Ottoman Empire, Cambridge university press, 2005 [1]
      Generic Lacuna in the Epic Poems Using the Fog Formula [1]
      Georges Castellan, Gabrijela Vidan & Antonia Bernard: Histoire de la Croatie et de la Slovénie, Crozon: Editions Armeline, 2011, pp. 522 [1]
      Georgia Xanthaki-Karamanou, ed., Ἡ πρόσληψη τῆς ἀρχαιότητας στὸ Βυζάντιο, κυρίως κατὰ τοὺς παλαιολόγειους χρόνους [The Reception of Antiquity in Byzantium, with Emphasis on the Palaeologan Era]. Athens: Εκδόσεις Παπαζήση, 2014. [1]
      Ger Dejzings: Religija i identitet na Kosovu, Biblioteka XX vek, Beograd, 2005 [1]
      Gerhard Hirschfeld & Gerd Krumeich, Deutschland im Ersten Weltkrieg. Frankfurt am Main: S. Fischer Verlag, 2013, pp. 331. [1]
      German Propaganda in the Balkans during the First World War [1]
      Grand Župan Uroš II of Rascia [1]
      Great Britain and the Consular Initiative of the Great Powers in Bosnia-Herzegovina in 1875 [1]
      Great Britain, the Soviet Union and the Resistance Movements in Yugoslavia, 1941 [1]
      Great War Legacies in Serbian Culture [1]
      Grey Falcon and the Union Man. Miloje Sokić Collection of the Clippings from the American Press 1941–1945 [1]
      Grozdanov Cvetan: Fresco paintings of the Ohrid Archbishopric: Studies, Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Skopje, 2007 [1]
      Hannes Leidinger, Verena Moritz, Karin Moser and Wolfram Dornik, Habsburgs schmutziger Krieg. Vienna: Residenz Verlag, 2014, 328 p. [1]
      Herbert Vivian. A British Traveller in Late Nineteenth-Century Serbia [1]
      Herfried Münkler, Der Grosse Krieg. Die Welt 1914–1918. Berlin: Rowohlt, 2013, pp. 924. [1]
      Heritage and Memory of the First World War in Greece during the Interwar Period: A Historical Perspective [1]
      Heroic themes of the Trojan cycle in Roman funerary art example of a relief from Pincum [1]
      Héritagesde Byzance en Europe du Sud-Est à l’époque moderne et contemporaine, eds. Olivier Delouis, Anne Couderc & Petre Guran. Athens: École française d’Athènes, 2013, 522 p. [1]