The Yugoslav Experience of Serbian National Integration

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East European Monographs, 2002 - History - 171 pages
Here is an inclusive analysis of the "Serbian question" within the framework of Yugoslavia and Yugoslavism.

Petranovic, a distinguished Serbian historian, focuses on the specific status of Serbia first within the "Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats, and Sloevens" established after World War I, then with the Kingdom of Yugoslavia (after 1939) and finally, with Tito's Yugoslavia and its disintegration. Petranovic provides a lucid, well documented analysis

of the political problems of Serbia and Yugoslavia since 1918 whose relevance is still in the forefront of contemporary international politics.

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