A Short History of the Yugoslav Peoples

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Cambridge University Press, 21. mar. 1985 - 309 sider
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There are few countries in Europe which contain within an area as small as the British Isles such a variety of natural environments and cultures as Yugoslavia. This book provides a survey of the history of the South Slav peoples who came together at the end of the First World War to form the first Yugoslav kingdom, and who emerged from the chaos of the Second World War to become citizens of a socialist federal republic, led by the Communist Party under the leadership of Marshal Tito. Beginning in Roman times, the book traces the rise and fall of the medieval Slav principalities, the dominance of the Ottoman and Habsburg empires, the proclamation of the kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes in 1918, the disastrous effects of the German occupation and the creation of a new socialist order under President Tito.
  

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The lands of the South Slavs
1
Alpine Yugoslavia
2
Notrajnsko
3
The Dinaric region
4
The Adriatic coastlands
6
The Dinaric ranges
7
The Pannonian region
8
The early Slav settlers
10
Macedonia and Kosovo
187
The Partisans
190
AVNOJ
196
The foundation of the provisional government
201
Trieste the Julian region and Istria
204
Carinthia
205
The cost of the war to Yugoslavia
206
The transition to socialism
207

The legacy of Rome
11
The arrival of the Slavs
13
The Bogomils
19
Islam and Christianity
20
The early Slav kingdoms
24
Croatia
28
Montenegro
29
BosniaHercegovina
31
Macedonia
32
The South Slavs under foreign rule
35
Slovenes Croats and Serbs under Habsburg rule
49
The development of independence
72
Serbia from autonomy to independence
91
The Slavs within the Habsburg monarchy 18151914
105
The First World War
114
The kingdom of Serbs Croats and Slovenes
131
The settling of the frontiers
135
The Vidovdan constitution
139
Politics during the first decade
145
Economic and social conditions 191828
150
The kingdom of Yugoslavia
158
The 1931 constitution
160
The regency of Prince Paul
163
Stojadinovićs foreign policy
165
The fall of Stojadinović
168
The sporazum
170
Yugoslavia and the Second World War
172
Occupation partition resistance and revolution
175
Serbia
182
Montenegro
183
Slovenia
185
The 1946 constitution
209
The elimination of opposition
213
The Catholic Church and the communists
214
The economy
216
The Cominform dispute
219
The economic consequences of the Cominform dispute
223
Collectivisation of agriculture
224
The beginnings of selfmanagement
227
The economy during the 1950s
231
The politics of the 1950s
232
The case of Milovan Djilas
235
Foreign policy the move towards nonalignment
237
The 19608 a decade of reform
240
The 1965 reforms
241
Political and social changes in the 1960
244
Titos last ten years
255
The 1974 constitution
260
The Law on Associated Labour 1976
264
The economy in the 1970s
265
The sixth Five Year Plan 197680
267
Regional economic inequalities
269
Yugoslavia after Tito
271
The Kosovo riots
272
The economic crisis
275
Yugoslav foreign policy after Tito
277
The great debate
279
Conclusion
284
Bibliography
286
Index
298
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