Dr. Srdja Trifković
The history of the Second World War is rich in general overviews and specialist studies, but in Southeastern Europe we encounter an exception of long standing. Yugoslavia’s bellum omnium contra omnes in 1941-5 should be a rewarding area of specialist interest, now that most archives are accessible and travel unrestricted, but both remain curiously under-researched. The absence of an authoritative corpus in the western academe has been aggravated by two phenomena. One is the reluctance of historians in the successor states to come to grips with such delicate subjects as collaborationism and mass murder, or at least their reluctance to do so without ethnic blinkers and revisionist temptations. The other is the tendency of foreign scholars who take an interest in the region to view events of 1941-5 through the prism of their current preferences and affinities. This often translates into foreign scholars’ predilection for one or another form of nationalist narrative.
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An account based on German, Italian and other sources.
by Dr. Lazo M. Kostich
“Liberty” – Chicago -1981.
No significant part of this book may be reprinted, reproduced or quoted without the proper citation of title and author.
To the one million Serbians, Jewish and other innocent victims massacred by the Croatian Ustashi during World War II
The full text of this book has generously been made available for publication on this site. It is currently at the design stage and will be rolled out chapter by chapter in both English and Serbian editions.
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