Serbia's Historical Heritage
Alex N. Dragnich
East European Monographs, 1994 - Serbia - 121 pages
In a convenient, concise format, "Serbia's Historical Heritage "explodes general perceptions of Serbia (the Balkans) as developmentally backwards. This work documents how Serbian society developed recognized cultural monuments in the Middle Ages, how the nation evolved into an ideal parliamentary state, and how Serbia fought and sacrificed in both World Wars on the Allied side.
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