The Exoneration of the "Black Hand," 1917-1953
This story provides information about interwar royal Yugoslavia, its collapse, and the debate as to whether the Serbian patriotic society or Black Hand was a nationalist organization or a group of traitors. This edition begins with the legacy of the Salonika Trail of 1917.
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THE LEGACY OF THE SALONIKA TRIAL
THE YUGOSLAV PRESS DEBATE ON BLACK HAND
AGITATION FOR A RETRIAL CONTINUES 19211928
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