Empire on the Adriatic: Mussolini's Conquest of Yugoslavia 1941-1943

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Enigma, Jan 1, 2005 - History - 385 pages
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Starting with the invasion of Yugoslavia in 1941, and focusing on the Italian occupation, this book offers a view of the little-known events that were the torment of Yugoslavia in Italy's attempt to create an empire on the banks of the Adriatic. Very rele

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Empire On The Adriatic: Mussolini's Conquest Of Yugoslavia 1941-1943

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Burgwyn (emeritus, West Chester Univ., The Legend of the Mutilated Victory: Italy, the Great War, and the Paris Peace Conference, 1915-1919 ) offers an in-depth study of the attempt by Fascist Italy ... Read full review

Contents

Mussolini Confronts Yugoslavia
6
Yugoslavia or Greece?
16
Mussolini and the Ustasa
28
Copyright

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H. James Burgwyn is Emeritus Professor of History at West Chester University. He has contributed articles in learned journals in both America and Europe. He lives in Philadelphia, PA.

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