Fb2 Serbia's Historical Heritage ePub
by Alex N. Dragnich
|Author:||Alex N. Dragnich|
|Publisher:||East European Monographs (August 15, 1994)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1179 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1289 kb|
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In a convenient, concise format, "Serbia's Historical Heritage "explodes general perceptions of Serbia (the Balkans) as developmentally backwards. This work documents how Serbian society developed recognized cultural monuments in the Middle Ages, how the nation evolved into an ideal parliamentary state, and how Serbia fought and sacrificed in both World Wars on the Allied side.
Dragnich, Alex . ed. (1994). Serbia's Historical Heritage. New York: Columbia University Press. Dragnich, Alex N. (2004). Serbia Through the Ages. Boulder: East European Monographs. Dvornik, Francis (1962). The Slavs in European History and Civilization. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press. Fine, John Van Antwerp Jr.
Serbia's historical heritage. Author: Dragnich,Alex N. ISBN: 9780880332446. In a convenient, concise format, "Serbia's Historical Heritage "explodes general perceptions of Serbia (the Balkans) as developmentally backwards. Personal Author: Dragnich,Alex N. Publication Information: New York: East European Monographs, c1994.
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One of the first Serbian immigrants to the Philadelphia in 1815 and later fought in the Texan Revolution. Alex N. Dragnich is the recipient of the Thomas Jefferson Award for distinguished service to Vanderbilt University, and he is author of numerous books on Serbian/Yugoslav history. In the 1830s, many Serb sailors and fishermen from Montenegro and Herzegovina immigrated to New Orleans seeking employment. Nikola Tesla and Mihajlo Idvorski Pupin are the world-known scientists.
Alex N. Dragnich (Ferry County, 1912-Bowie, 2009) fue un politólogo estadounidense, autor de varias obras sobre los Balcanes. Nació en Ferry County, estado de Washington, en 1912. De origen montenegrino, y politólogo, fue profesor en la Universidad de Vanderbilt. Realizó diversos estudios sobre los Balcanes, entre ellos obra específicas de figuras como las de Josip Broz Tito y Nikola Pašić
This book presents a brief history of Serbia. Dragnich is Professor Emeritus of Political Science, Vanderbilt University.
This book presents a brief history of Serbia. The book examines the dual political threads throughout the 1800's: the gradual liberation from Ottoman rule and the replacement of that authority by Serbs, and the determined efforts by Serbs to limit their own rulers in such a way as to eventually result in a parliamentary democracy, which was accomplished by the end of the century. In the twentieth century, the Serbs joined other South Slavs in the First and Second Yugoslavia, with the latter collapsing at the end of the century.
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