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The Macedonian question : Britain and the Southern Balkans 1939-1949

Author: Dimitris Livanios
Publisher: Oxford [etc.] : Oxford University Press, 2008.
Series: Oxford Historical Monographs.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Macedonian Question-the struggle over a territory with historically ill-defined borders and conflicting national identities-is one of the most intractable issues in Balkan history. Dimitris  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dimitris Livanios
ISBN: 9780199237685 0199237689
OCLC Number: 751225099
Description: XV, [1], 274 s. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Acknowledgments ; Notes on Transliteration ; Abbreviations ; PART ONE: WEAVING THE NESSUS SHIRT, 1870-1939 ; 1. Introduction ; 2. Tampering with the 'Sleeping Dogs': Britain and Macedonia, 1878-1935 ; PART TWO: WARTIME, 1939-1945 ; 3. Chronicle of Failures Foretold: Britain and Bulgar-Yugoslav Relations, 1939-1943 ; 4. The Difficult Withdrawal: Britain and the Bulgarian Army in Yugoslav and Greek Macedonia, September-December, 1944 ; 5. Ghost Resurrected: Bulgar-Yugoslav Negotiations for Federation, and the British Response, 1944-1945 ; PART THREE: FROM WAR TO COLD WAR, 1945-1949 ; 6. Between Centralism and Separatism: The Emergence of the Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, 1944-1948 ; 7. Britain and the Macedonian Question, 1945-1949 ; 8. A loveless, but necessary, entanglement ; Bibliography
Series Title: Oxford Historical Monographs.
Responsibility: Dimitris Livanios.

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a fascinating opening of Pandora's box... bound to improve discussion of a perenially difficult and very complex issue. * James Pettifer, Times Literary Supplement * This is a well researched, Read more...

 
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