A history of the Balkans, 1804-1945

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Longman, 1999 - History - 375 pages
This account of Balkan history (modern Yugoslavia, Albania, Greece, Bulgaria and Romania) provides an overview as well as histories of specific states. It covers the period from the nationalist rising in 1804 to the aftermath of World War 2.

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Pavlowitch combines a detailed grasp of history, encyclopaedic knowledge and a genuine affection for the Balkan countries into this impressive overview, with clear attention for the larger trends, yet ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
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The awakening of nationalities 180430
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Selfrule constitutions and revolutions 183056
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Born in Belgrade, Stevan K. Pavlowitch is the author of "The Improbable Survivor: Yugoslavia and its Problems 1918-88", "Yugoslavia's Great Dictator Tito: A Reassessment" and "A History of the Balkans 1804-1945". He is Emeritus Professor of History at the University of Southampton, England.

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