Serbia's Great War, 1914-1918

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Purdue University Press, 2007 - History - 386 pages
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Mitrovic's volume fills the gap in Balkan history by presenting an in-depth look at Serbia and its role in WWI. The Serbian experience was in fact of major significance in this war. In the interlocking development of the wartime continent, Serbia's plight is part of a European jigsaw. Also, the First World War was crucial as a stage in the construction of Serbian national mythology in the twentieth century.
  

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Contents

July 1914
1
II
3
III
11
IV
23
V
26
VI
38
The Yugoslav Programme
53
VII
55
XVIII
169
XIX
180
XX
190
Occupation
193
XXI
200
XXII
204
XXIII
221
XXIV
232

VIII
59
IX
63
X
79
XI
85
Serbia Suffers
102
XII
103
XIII
113
XIV
121
XV
135
XVI
144
On Foreign Soil
151
XVII
161
Armed Resistance
245
XXV
252
Towards a Yugoslav State
278
XXVI
289
XXVII
299
XXVIII
304
XXIX
312
XXX
327
XXXI
340
XXXII
381
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About the author (2007)

Andrej Mitrovic; is Chair and Professor of Modern History at the University of Belgrade. He has written widely on the First World War and the Paris Peace Conference, on interwar Europe, and is the author of books and articles on economic, social, and cultural history and on historiography. He received the prestigious Herder Prize from the University of Vienna and the Alfred Toepfer Foundation of Hamburg, Germany in 2001. In 2004 Germany's Southeast Europe Association awarded him the Konstantin Jiricek Medal.

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