Croatia through history: the making of a European state

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Saqi, 2007 - History - 743 pages
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This comprehensive volume recounts Croatia's development from the early Middle Ages to the present day. Branka Magas observes that the ties that bound Croatia to other states for centuries have contributed to the state's vitality, with a complex web of Slav, Croat, Dalmatian, Slavonian, Serb, Jewish, Italian, Yugoslav, and other identities emerging as apart of an ongoing social and political dialogue, which at times has included open strife.

Branka Magas is a historian, journalist, and commentator on the former Yugoslavia. She co-founded the Croatian Peace Forum in 1991 and the Alliance to Defend Bosnia-Herzegovina in 1993.

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Contents

Introduction
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From Roman Dalmatia to Habsburg Croatia
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Dalmatian Beginnings
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Branka Maga is a historian, journalist and commentator on the former Yugoslavia. She co-founded the Croatian Peace Forum in 1991 and the Alliance to Defend Bosnia-Herzegovina in 1993.

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