Book 2016

The Balkan Wars from Contemporary Perception to Historic Memory

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ISBN: 978-3-319-44641-7 (Print) 978-3-319-44642-4 (Online)

Table of contents (14 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xvii

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    Pages 1-9

    The Balkan Wars from Perception to Remembrance

  3. War in the Balkans: Towards the End of Empire

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 11-11

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      Pages 13-55

      Ethnonationalism, Irredentism, and Empire

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      Pages 57-80

      Violence, Forced Migration, and Population Policies During and After the Balkan Wars (1912–14)

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      Pages 81-104

      Gjergj Fishta, the “Albanian Homer,” and Edith Durham, the “Albanian Mountain Queen”: Observers of Albania’s Road to Statehood

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      Pages 105-137

      The Rebirth of Pan-Slavism in the Russian Empire, 1912–13

  4. European Eyes on the Balkans: Reassuring the Self

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 139-139

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      Pages 141-160

      Marianne Staring at the Balkans on Fire: French Views and Perceptions of the 1912–13 Conflicts

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      Pages 161-178

      The Irish Question and the Balkan Crisis

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      Pages 179-196

      Political Narratives in Croatia in the Face of War in the Balkans

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      Pages 197-215

      Deviationist Perceptions of the Balkan Wars: Leon Trotsky and Otto Neurath

  5. Memories of Victory and Defeat: Constructing the Nation

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 217-217

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      Pages 219-248

      Bulgarian Historiography on the Balkan Wars 1912–13

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      Pages 249-273

      Religious Wars? Southern Slavs’ Orthodox Memory of the Balkan and World Wars

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      Pages 275-289

      The Balkan Wars in Serbian History Textbooks (1920–2013)

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      Pages 291-317

      From Bucharest 1913 to Bucharest 2008: The Image of the Balkan Wars in Macedonian Historiography and Public Discourse

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      Pages 319-340

      The Balkan Wars in Western Historiography, 1912–2012

  6. Back Matter

    Pages 341-350