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The Resurrection and Collapse of Empire in Habsburg Serbia, 1914-1918
This eye-opening book cuts a path into unfamiliar territory--the Austro-Hungarian invasions of Serbia and the subsequent occupation of Serbia to the end of the Great War. In current jointExpand
WEHRMACHT PERCEPTIONS OF MASS VIOLENCE IN CROATIA, 1941–1942
During the Second World War, the Independent State of Croatia was the scene of intense guerrilla warfare as well as a programme of ethnic cleansing undertaken primarily, though not exclusively, byExpand
Performance Evaluation of Smart Home: A systematic analysis of literature
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This article’s goal is to identify the characteristics of studies in the area of performance evaluation of smart home system using the ProKnow-C as the instrument of methodological intervention that guided the 30-article selection from the Scopus and Web of Science database. Expand
International Law and the Transformation of War, 1899–1949: The Case of Military Occupation
September 11, 2001, heralded a new age of war according to many Western security experts. Nonuniformed and non-state-sanctioned combatants attacked the World Trade Center to sow terror at the heartExpand
Norms of war and the Austro-Hungarian encounter with Serbia, 1914–1918
This essay first explores European assumptions regarding occupation and war in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. These assumptions found their way into international law, but areExpand
Reviews: Marko Attila Hoare, Genocide and Resistance in Hitler’s Bosnia: The Partisans and Chetniks, 1941—1943, British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship Monograph, Oxford: Oxford University Press,
werable, but for readers primarily interested in the lived experience of SOE agents, Pattinson’s book has much to offer. As well as locating her analysis within wider debates about wartime genderExpand
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