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Björn Kumm's Note

CIA World Factbook. Includes map.

New Internationalist Profile

UN Development Program, Human Development Indicators

World Guide

World Guide (Montevideo)

On the Web: Articles

On the Web: Specialized Sites

Coalition for International Justice.

Library of Congress Country Study.

In the Library: Articles

Herman, Edward S. & David Peterson. "The dismantling of Yugoslavia: a study in inhumanitarian -- & a Western liberal-left intellectual & moral collapse," special issue of Monthly Review 59,5 (10/07):1-62.

Okey, Robin. "The legacy of massacre: the 'Jasenovac myth' & the breakdown of Communist Yugoslavia," in Levene & Roberts (eds.) The Massacre in History (NY, 1999), pp. 263-82.

In the Library: Non-Fiction Books

Adamic, Louis. The Eagle & the Roots (NY: Doubleday, 1952).

Armstrong, Hamilton Fish. Tito & Goliath (NY: Macmillan, 1951).

Auty, Phyllis. Tito: A Biography (rev. ed.; Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1974).

Banac, Ivo. With Stalin Against Tito: Cominformist Splits in Yugoslavia (Ithaca: Cornell, 1988).

Beloff, Nora. Tito's Flawed Legacy: Yugoslavia & the West, 1939-84 (London: Gollancz, 1985).

Borowiec, Andrew. Yugoslavia after Tito (NY: Praeder, 1977).

Clissold, Stephen. Whirlwind: An Account of Marshal Tito's Rise to Power (NY: Philosophical Library, 1949).

Colakovich, Branko Mita. Yugoslav Migrations to America (San Francisco: R&E Research Associates, 1973).

Crnobrnja, Mihailo. The Yugoslav Drama (Montreal: McGill, 1994).

Job, Cvijeto. Yugoslavia's Ruin: The Bloody Lessons of Nationalism (Washington: IPS, 2002).

Davidson, Basil. Scenes from the Anti-Nazi War (NY: Monthly Review, 1981).

Dedijer, Vladimir. Tito Speaks: His Self-Portrait & Struggle with Stalin (London: Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 1953).

Denitch, Bogdan. Ethnic Nationalism. The Tragic Death of Yugoslavia (Minneapolis, 1994).

Djilas, Milovan. Tito: The Story from the Inside (NY: Harcourt Jovanovich & Brace, 1980).

Fast, Howard, The Incredible Tito (NY: Magazine House, 1944).

Gallagher, Tom. Outcast Europe: The Balkans, 1789-1989, from the Ottomans to Milosevic (NY: Routledge, 2001).

Glenny, Mischa. The Balkans: Nationalism, War & the Great Powers, 1804-1999 (NY: Viking, 2000). Attributes troubles of the region primarily to foreign intervention since the late 19th c.

Goulding, Daniel J. Liberated Cinema: The Yugoslav Experience, 1945-2001 (Bloomington: Indiana U., 2003).

Gruenwald, Oskar. The Yugoslav Search for Man: Marxist Humanism in Contemporary Yugoslavia (South Hadley MA: J.F. Bergin, 1983).

Halperin, Ernst. The Triumphant Heretic: Tito's Struggle Against Stalin (London: Heinemann, 1958).

Horvat, Branko. The Yugoslav Economic System: The First Labor-Managed Economy in the Making (White Plains NY: Intl. Arts & Sciences, 1976).

Job, Cvijeto. Yugoslavia's Ruin: The Bloody Lessons of Nationalism, a Patriot's Warning (Washington: Institute for Policy Studies, 199?).

Judah, Tim. The Serbs: History, Myth, & the Destruction of Yugoslavia (2nd ed.; New Haven: Yale, 2000).

Krippner, Monica. The Quality of Mercy: Women at War, Serbia 1915-1918 (Newton Abbot: David & Charles, 1980).

Krishnamoorthy, K. After Tito What? (Atlantic Highlands NJ: Humanities, 1980).

Lampe, John R.; Russell O. Prickett & Ljubisa S. Adamovic. Yugoslav-American Economic Relations since World War II (Durham NC: Duke U, 1990).

Lees, Michael. The Rape of Serbia: The British Role in Tito's Grab for Power (San Diego: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1990).

Lilly, Carol S. Power & Persuasion. Ideology & Rhetoric in Communist Yugoslavia, 1944-1953 (Boulder, 2000).

Lydall, Harold. Yugoslav Socialism: Theory & Practice (NY: Oxford, 1984).

Magas, Branka. The Destruction of Yugoslavia: Tracking the Breakup, 1980-1992 (NY: Verso, 1993).

Markham, Reuben Henry. Tito's Imperial Communism (Chapel Hill: U. North Carolina, 1947).

Mojzes, Paul. Yugoslavian Inferno: Ethnoreligious Warfare in the Balkans (NY: Continum Publishing, 1995).

Perica, Vjekoslav. Balkan Idols: Religion & Nationalism in Yugoslav States (NY: Oxford, 2002).

Pervan, Ralph. Tito & the Students: The University & the University Student in Self-Managing Yugoslavia (Nedlands: U. of Western Australia, 1978).

Roberts, Walter R. Tito, Mihailovic & the Allies, 1941-1945 (New Brunswick NJ: Rutgers, 1973).

Rusinow, Dennison I. The Yugoslav Experiment, 1948-1974 (Berkeley: U. California, 1977).

Samary, Catherine. Yugoslavia Dismembered (NY: Monthly Review, 1995).

Sell, Louis. Slobodan Milosevic & the Destruction of Yugoslavia (Durham NC: Duke, 2002).

Silber, Laura & Alan Little. The Death of Yugoslavia (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1995).

Sirc, Ljubo. The Yugoslav Economy under Self-Management (NY: St. Martin's, 1979).

Stankovic, Slobodan. The End of the Tito Era: Yugoslavia's Dilemmas (Stanford: Hoover Institution, 1981).

Pavlowitch, Stevan K. Tito: Yugoslavia's Great Dictator: A Reassessment (Columbus: Ohio State U, 1992).

Ridley, Jasper G. Tito (London: Constable, 1994).

Thompson, Mark. A Paper House: The Ending of Yugoslavia (NY: Pantheon, 1992).

Todorova, Maria N. Imagining the Balkans (NY: Oxford, 1997).

Tomasevich, Jozo. The Chetniks (Stanford: Stanford U, 1975).

Udovicki, Jasminka & James Ridgeway (eds.) Yugoslavia's Ethnic Nightmare: The Inside Story of Europe's Unfolding Ordeal (NY: Lawrence Hill, 1995).

__________ & James Ridgway (eds.) Burn This House: The Making & Unmaking of Yugoslavia (Durham NC: Duke, 1997).

Ugresic, Dubravka. The Culture of Lies: Antipolitical Essays [1995] (London, 1998). Sharp critique of the "political & cultural perversions" of modern Croatia, and of the petty dictators who tore apart her former country, Yugoslavia.

Vucinich, Wayne S. (ed.) At the Brink of War & Peace: The Tito-Stalin Split in Historic Perspective (NY: Brooklyn College, 1982).

Vukcevich, Bosko S. Tito: Architect of Yugoslav Disintegration (NY: Rivercross, 1994).

West, Rebecca. Black Lamb & Grey Falcon: A Journey through Yugoslavia [1941] (NY: Penguin, 1994). Brilliant if often inaccurate historical & travel account of the pre-war era.

West, Richard. Tito & the Rise & Fall of Yugoslavia (NY: Carrol & Graf, 1995).

Wilson, Sir Duncan. Tito's Yugoslavia (NY: Cambridge, 1979).

In the Library: Fiction

Bernière, Louis de. A Partisan's Daughter (?: Harvill Secker, 2008).

Koljevic, Svetozar (ed. & trans.) Yugoslav Short Stories (London: Oxford, 1966).

Tisma, Aleksandar. Kapo (NY: Harcourt Brace, 1993).

In the Library: For Young Readers

In the Library: Poetry

In the Library: Drama

In the Library: Photography

Maclean, Fitzroy. Josip Broz Tito: A Pictorial Biography (NY: McGraw-Hill, 1980).

Moraca, Pero & Viktor Kukan. The War & Revolution of the Peoples of Yugoslavia, 1941-1945 (Belgrade: Mladost, 196?). Photohistory of Nazi invasion, resistance & triumph of Tito's partisans.

CD & Audio

Film & Video

"Underground" [1995], dir. Emir Kusturica, 194m. In video stores. Surrealist satire of Yugoslav (Serbian) history from World War II to the Balkan War.

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