Montenegro: The Divided Land
Portrays the history of Montenegro from the Middle Ages to the present. Predominantly Serbian since the ninth century, Montenegrins adopted clan organization for survival which fostered local loyalties but did not unify them against outside aggressors.
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The Rise of Zeta
The Serbian Golden Age
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Adriatic coast Albanian alliance allies army attacked Austria Balkans Balsa Balsic Belgrade Bishop Petar Boka Bosnia Brda brother Budva Bulgars Byzantine Catholic century Cetinje Chetniks Christian clans coastal Communist Constantinople Crnojevic Croatia Croats Dalmatia Danilo death defeated despite Djilas Djukanovic Djuradj Djurisic Drljevic Dubrovnik Duklja Dusan Emperor Empire enemies ethnic fight forces German Greek grins Hercegovina Illyrian independence Italian Italy Ivan killed King Nikola kingdom Kolasin Kosovo Kotor Lake Scutari lands leaders Macedonia Metropolitan Mihailovic Milosevic Monastery Montene Montenegro mountains Muslims nation Nemanja Niksic Njegos Orthodox Church Ottoman Partisans party peace Petrovic Podgorica political Prince Nikola Raska region reign republic Roman rule ruler Russia sanjak-bey Sava Scepan Sekula Drljevic separatists Serbian Patriarch Serbs Slavic Slavs Stedimlija Stefan struggle sultan tenegrin tenegro territory tion Tito Tito's Turkey Turkish Turks Ulcinj union uprising Uros Ustasa Venetians Venice victory vizier Vladika Vojislav Vukan Yugoslav Yugoslavia Zahumlje Zeta