A Concise History of Bosnia

  title={A Concise History of Bosnia},
  author={C. Carmichael},
1. Introduction 2. Bosnia, Herzegovina and the Ottoman empire (1463-1912) 3. Rebellion, war and the Habsburgs (1875-1918) 4. Royalist Yugoslavia, the independent state of Croatia and the Second World War (1918-45) 5. Bosnia and the communist experiment 6. Bosnian independence, war and genocide 7. Conclusion: 'unmixing' Bosnia and Herzegovina Bibliography Index. 
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