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Austria-Hungary’s “Civilizing Mission” in the Balkans. A View from Belgrade (1903–1914)
(Belgrade : Institute for Balkan Studies, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, 2017)
The conflict between Serbia and Austria-Hungary in the years preceding the First World War is looked at in the global context of the “age of empire”. The Balkans was to Austria-Hungary what Africa or Asia was to the other ...
Great War Legacies in Serbian Culture
(Belgrade : Institute for Balkan Studies, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, 2015)
In the aftermath of the Great War, Ivo Andrić published a number of poems, essays and short stories describing the hard-won victorious outcome as transient to the dire reality of the inordinate loss of human lives and ...
Croatian Pretensions to Bosnia and Herzegovina since 1848
(Belgrade : Institute for Balkan Studies, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, 2014)
Since the early 1860s many Croat politicians, both prominent (from Ante Starčević and Ante Pavelić to Franjo Tudjman) and little known, have been openly expressing the ambition to annex Bosnia and Herzegovina to Croatia ...