Advertisement

Yugoslavia.

  • M. Epstein
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)

Abstract

Peter II., born September 6, 1923, son of the late King Alexander I. and Queen Mary, daughter of the late King Ferdinand of Rumania, born January 9, 1899, succeeded to the throne on October 9, 1934, after the assassination of his father, King Alexander I. at Marseilles on the same date.

Preview

Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.

Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.

Books of Reference

1. Official Publications

  1. Statistique Générale d’Etat. Annuaire statistique No. 1, 1929, Belgrade, 1932; No. 7, 1936, Belgiade, 1937.Google Scholar
  2. Sluzbeue Novine (Official Gazette), Statistički godišnjak Kraljevine Srbije (Annuaire Statistique du Royaume de Serbie), and the publications issued by the various Departments of Government. Belgrade.Google Scholar
  3. Croatia-Slavonia and Fiume; Dalmatia; Bosnia and Herzegovina; the Slovenes; the Yugoslav Movement; Montenegro; Serbia. (Volumes in the strips of ‘Handbooks Prepared under the Direction of the Historical Section of the Foreign Office.’)Google Scholar
  4. La Yougoslavie par les chiffres, 1937. Publie par le Bureau Central de Presse. Belgrade 1937.Google Scholar

2. Non-Official Publications.

  1. Almanac of the Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes. Zagreb. Annual.Google Scholar
  2. Narodna Enciklopedla. Edited by Prof. S. Sianoevitch. 4 vols, Belgrade, 1920-28.Google Scholar
  3. Alexander (Nora), Wanderings in Yugoslavia. London, 1336.Google Scholar
  4. Augarde (J.), and Sicard (E.), La Yougoslavie. Paris, 1934.Google Scholar
  5. Baedeker’s Dalmatien und die Adria (1929) comprises part of Yugoslavia.Google Scholar
  6. Baerlein (H.), A Difficult Frontier (Yugoslavs and Albanians). London, 1922.Google Scholar
  7. — The Birth of Yugoslavia. 2 Vols. London, 1922.Google Scholar
  8. Brown (H. F.) and Tyndale (W.), Dalmatia (Paintings). London, 1925.Google Scholar
  9. Buchan (J.), Editor, Yugoslavia (Nations of To-day). London, 1923.Google Scholar
  10. Church (L. F.), The Story of Serbia. London, 1914. Corovie (V.), lstorija Jugoslavije. Belgrade, 1933.Google Scholar
  11. Compass: Finanzielles-Jahrbuch (Vol. 3 deals with Yugoslavia). Vienna. Annual.Google Scholar
  12. Cviétisa (Frano), Les Yougoslaves. Paris, 1921.Google Scholar
  13. Ellison (G.), Yugoslavia. A New Country and its People. London, 1935.Google Scholar
  14. Frangesti (O. von), Die Sozialökonimische Strukturder Jugoslawischen Landwirtschaft. Berlin, 1937.Google Scholar
  15. Haumant (E.), La Formation de la Yougoslavie. Paris, 1930.Google Scholar
  16. Holzer (E.), Die Entstehung des Jugoslawischen Staates. Berlin, 1929.Google Scholar
  17. In der Maur (Gilbert), Die Jugoslawen einst und Jetz. Vol. I, Vienna, 1935; Vol. II, Vienna, 1936.Google Scholar
  18. Jiriček (K.), and Ivič (Aleksa) Geschichte der Serben. 2 vols. Berlin, 1918.Google Scholar
  19. Kanitz (F.), Serbien: Historisch-ethnographische Reisestudien aus den Jahren 1859-68. Leipzig, 1868.Google Scholar
  20. — Das Königreich Serbien und das Serbenvolk von der Römerzeit bis zur Gegenwart. 3 vols. Leipzig, 1909.Google Scholar
  21. Koester (H.), Jugoslavia, Land of Promise. London, 1938.Google Scholar
  22. Krebs (N.), Beiträge zur Geographie Serbiens and Rasciens. Stuttgart, 1922.Google Scholar
  23. Laffan (R. G. D.), The Guardians of the Gate. Historical Lectures on the Serbs. London, 1918.Google Scholar
  24. Leger (L.), Serbes, Croates et Bulgares. Etude historiques, politiques et littéraires. Paris, 1913,Google Scholar
  25. Lončarević (D. A.), Jugoslawiens Entstehung. Vienna, 1928.Google Scholar
  26. Marcovitch (L.), La Politique Extérieure de la Yougoslavie. Paris, 1935.Google Scholar
  27. Mirkovitch (L.), La Yugoslavie Politique et Economique. Paris, 1934.Google Scholar
  28. Mijatoviteh (Elodie Lawton), The History of Modern Serbia. London, 1872. Serbian Folk-Lore. (Translated from the Serbian.) London. 1899.Google Scholar
  29. Mousset (Alfred), La Yougoslavie. Paris, 1921.Google Scholar
  30. — Le Royaume Serbe-Croate-Slovène: son Organisation, sa vie politique et ses Institutions. Paris, 1926.Google Scholar
  31. Nyegosh (P. P.), The Mountain Wreath. (Rendered into English by J. W. Wiles.) London, 1930.Google Scholar
  32. Patterson (S. T.), Yougoslavia. London, 1936.Google Scholar
  33. Patton (K. S.), Kingdom of Serbe, Croats and Slovenes. Washington, 1928.Google Scholar
  34. Petrovitch (V. M.). Serbia: Her History and her Customs. London, 1915.Google Scholar
  35. Savadjian (L.), Le Commerce Yugoslave. Paris, 1932.Google Scholar
  36. —Bibliographie Yougoslave, 1920-1932; 1933, 1934, 1935. Paris.Google Scholar
  37. Schurman (J. G.), The Balkan Wars, 1912-13. Princetown and London, 1915.Google Scholar
  38. Seignobos (C.), Histoire politiquede l’Europe contemporaine. Paris, 1897. [Eng. Trans. London, 1901.]Google Scholar
  39. Skerlic (Z.), lstorija nove srpske književnosti (History of new Serbian Literature). Belgrade, 1913.Google Scholar
  40. Stanojević (S.), Histoire de la Yougoslavie. Belgraie, 1936.Google Scholar
  41. Stead (Alfred), Serbia and the Serbians. London, 1911.Google Scholar
  42. Sloyanovitch (C.), and others, The Kingdom of the Serbians, Croatians and Slovenes. Paris, 1919.Google Scholar
  43. Temperley (H. W. V.), A History of Serbia. London, 1917.Google Scholar
  44. Vujević (P.), Royaume de Yougoslavie: aperçu géographique et ethnographique, Belgrade, 1930.Google Scholar
  45. Wendel (H. ), Der Kampf der Sûdslawen um Freiheit und Einheit. Frankfort, 1925.Google Scholar
  46. Wray (D. Alexander), The Geology and Mineral Resources of the Serb-Croat-Slovene State. London, 1921.Google Scholar
  47. Yanochevitch (M.), La Yougoslavie dans les Balkans. Paris, 1935.Google Scholar
  48. Yovanovitch (V. M.), An English Bibliography on the Near Eastern Question (1481-1906) Belgrade, 1909.Google Scholar
  49. Yovanovitch (M.), Le Régime Absolu Yougoslave. Paris, 1930.Google Scholar
  50. Yovitchitch (L. A.), Yugoslavia “ Peep at Many Lands” series. London, 1928.Google Scholar
  51. Zabitch (Milorade), La Serbie Agricole et sa Démocratie. Paris, 1917.Google Scholar

Copyright information

© Palgrave Macmillan, a division of Macmillan Publishers Limited 1938

Authors and Affiliations

  • M. Epstein

There are no affiliations available

Personalised recommendations