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Harvard Middle Eastern Monographs 28

The Muslims of Bosnia-Herzegovina

Their Historic Development from the Middle Ages to the Dissolution of Yugoslavia, Second Edition

Edited by Mark Pinson

Foreword by Roy P. Mottahedeh

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$15.95 • £13.95 • €14.95

ISBN 9780932885128

Publication Date: 09/01/1996


223 pages

5-1/2 x 8-1/4 inches

3 line illustrations, 9 tables

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[An] extremely valuable compilation.Wall Street Journal

[T]he learned contributors to The Muslims of Bosnia-Herzegovina, a compilation of historical essays arranged chronologically…[point] to historical developments that led to the recent Bosnian horrors… The authors of [the essays] are some of the leading specialists on Balkan affairs.—Istvan Deak, New Republic

The Muslims of Bosnia-Herzegovina is required reading for anyone wanting to try to fathom the roots of the horrible bloodletting that has wracked the region since 1992.—John D. Treadway, Middle East Studies Association Bulletin

To be recommended to those who wish to obtain a solid, well-documented, and reliable background to the history of the Bosnian Muslims… An indispensable work of reference.—H. T. Norris, Nations and Nationalism

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