Serbian and Habsburg Military institutional legacies in Yugoslavia after 1918

  title={Serbian and Habsburg Military institutional legacies in Yugoslavia after 1918},
  author={John Paul Newman},
  journal={First World War Studies},
  pages={319 - 335}
  • J. Newman
  • Published 2 September 2014
  • Political Science, History
  • First World War Studies
A major problem of state and institution building in Yugoslavia after 1918 was that the end of the war was not a complete caesura between separate South Slav pasts and a unified ‘Yugoslav’ future: much historical and institutional baggage was carried over into the new state. This was obviously the case with the Yugoslav army, where creating a new institution entirely from scratch was impossible, given the immediate internal and external threats that faced the new state and given the prestige… 
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