Jugoslavia, 1939-1941: Diplomazia della Neutralità

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Jugoslavia, 1939-1941: Diplomazia della Neutralità

By Alfredo Breccia
Giuffrè, 1978
811 pp.

Professor Breccia uses hitherto unavailable British, German and especially Italian material, plus the voluminous Yugoslav writing on the subject, to document a superb study, superseding all earlier ones, of the policies of all the interested powers, and of the crucial decisions surrounding Yugoslavia's efforts to stay neutral, its signature of the Tripartite Pact, and the coup of March 1941.

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