Albania in the Twentieth Century: Albania in Occupation and War, From Fascism to Communism 1940-1945
Owen Pearson presents a complete account of the 20th century in Albania, from its breakaway from the Ottoman Empire in 1908 to the Kosova War in 1999. He chronicles the monarchy of King Zog and the wartime period where Albania became a battleground for the Greek, Italian and German armies, and much more.
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Chapter two 1941
Chapter four 1943
Chapter five 1944
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