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    • Bishop Josip Juraj Strossmayer to Mr. William E. Gladstone, February 10, 1877 

      Strossmayer, Bishop Josip Juraj (Constable and Co., 1911)
      Strossmayer writes of the need for Europe to intervene in Turkey (on behalf of the Slavs of the Ottoman Empire) to protect Christians against atrocities by the Muslim administration. (See other letters from Strossmayer to ...
    • The Charter of Kulin Ban, 1189 

      Kulin Ban (Naucna knjiga, 1956)
      This brief charter of the ban of Bosnia from 1189 is a gesture of peace to the prince and people of Dubrovnik.
    • Letter from an Austrian Officer in Hungary, 1848-1849 

      Baron, W. (E.H. Butler and Company, 1850)
      The letter of an Austrian soldier describing the military frontier and the border soldiers (Grenzer or Granicari) around the Hungarian periphery. Covers the following themes: Military Frontier of Hungary; its Extent and ...
    • Letter of Bishop Josip Juraj Strossmayer to Mr. William E. Gladstone, February 13, 1878 

      Strossmayer, Bishop Josip Juraj (Constable and Co., 1911)
      Strossmayer writes to Gladstone more on the Eastern Question (see his other letter from 1876-1878). Says there is an urgent need to free the Christians from Ottoman (Turkish) oppression by granting them autonomy. Recommends ...
    • Letter of Bishop Josip Juraj Strossmayer to Mr. William E. Gladstone, October 1, 1876 

      Strossmayer, Bishop Josip Juraj (Constable and Co., 1911)
      Bishop Strossmayer, who signs as "Bishop of Bosnia" (a Croat bishop based in Djakovo, in Slavonia) writes to Gladstone expressing sympathy for the granting of full administrative autonomy or independence to Bosnia and ...
    • Through Savage Europe, 1907 

      De Windt, Harry (T. Fisher Unwin, 1907)
      Travel narrative of a special correspondent of the "Westminster Gazette" on the Balkans, first published in 1907.
    • Years to Forget: Memoirs of a Forgotten War 

      Dervisevic, Hase (2004)
      Brief memoir of a Bosnian man who was among the supporters of Fikret Abdic (Babo) during the Wars of Yugoslav Succession in the 1990s. Babo's supporters--although Muslims themselves for the most part--fought the Bosnian ...