John Wiley & Sons, 15 abr. 2008 - 352 páginas
This sweeping history of the Serbian people starts with the settlement of the Slavs on the Balkan Peninsula in the seventh century and ends with the dissolution of Yugoslavia at the end of the twentieth century.
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1 Ancient Heritage
2 The Dynasty of Sacred Roots
3 Between the Cross and the Crescent
4 The Sultans Protected Subjects
5 The Emergence of Modern Christian Society
6 The Era of Democratic Revolutions
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