The Balkans, 1804-1999: Nationalism, War and the Great Powers

Granta Books, 1999 - 726 páginas
A survey of two centuries of history, providing a background for general readers on the terrible events happening in the Balkans. It gives insights into the roots of the region's reputation for violence and explains the origins of modern Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia, Greece, Bulgaria and Albania.

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Misha Glenny was born in 1959 and educated at Bristol University and Charles University in Prague. His coverage of the fall of Communism in 1989-90 was widely acclaimed, and led to the writing of his first book, The Rebirth of History. During the Yugoslav crisis of the early 1990s he was the Central Europe correspondent for the BBC World Service. In 1993 he won a Sony Award for his coverage of Yugoslavia. The Fall of Yugoslavia was published in 1992.

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