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    • 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.
    • Josip Smodlaka on Conditions in Dalmatia, 1910 

      Smodlaka, Josip (Constable and Co., 1911)
      The following speech was delivered in the Austrian Parliament on December 3, 1910. The speaker, Dr. Joseph Smodlaka, the founder of the Croat Democratic Party in Dalmatia, and member of Parliament for Spalato, is one of ...
    • The Rijeka (Fiume) Resolution, 1905 

      Unknown author (London: Constable and Co., 1911)
      Expresses solidarity with the Hungarian wish to gradually achieve full independence from Austria. Also, talks about the territorial integration of Dalmatia, Croatia and Slavonia as a condition of support for Hungarian aims.
    • Carnegie Report, the Greek Army and Bulgarian Peasants during the Second Balkan War, 1913 

      Carnegie Commission (The Carnegie Endowment, 1914)
      Deals with the Greek Army and Bulgarian peasants during the Second Balkan War. Includes letters from Greek soldiers and accounts of Bulgarian villagers reporting atrocities committed by Greeks and Serbs in occupied areas.
    • Administrative Court Decision Concerning the National Categorization of Schoolchildren in Moravia, 1913 

      Unknown author (Manz, 1914)
      Decision on the case of Lehar (see document by this author) regarding the practice of nationalizing schoolchildren in Austrian Moravia.
    • Carnegie Report, Macedonian Muslims during the Balkan Wars, 1912 

      Carnegie Commission (The Carnegie Endowment, 1914)
      Reports of atrocities and slights against the Muslim population of Macedonia by the Greek, Bulgarian and Serb armies and administrations.
    • Carnegie Report, The Serbian Army during the Second Balkan War, 1913 

      Carnegie Commission (The Carnegie Endowment, 1914)
      Report including eyewitness testimonies relating to the conduct of the Serbian Army during the Second Balkan War (atrocities against Bulgarians and others). Also deals with atrocities committed by and against other ...
    • Four Weeks in the Trenches, 1915 

      Kreisler, Fritz (Houghton Mifflin Company, 1915)
      Memoir of Austrian violinist Fritz Kreisler covering the four weeks he spent as an Austrian soldier fighting the Russians on the Eastern front during WWI.
    • The Case of Bohemia, 1917 

      Namier, Lewis (The Czech National Alliance in Great Britain, 1917)
      Argues for an independent Bohemia as a check on the power of Germans and Magyars (Hungarians).
    • Independent Bohemia, 1915 

      Masaryk, Tomas (The University Press and Macmillian Company, 1943)
      Confidential memorandum from 1915 in which Tomas Masaryk argues for the dismemberment of Austria and the creation of an independent Bohemia
    • Legal Appeal Regarding the National Categorization of Schoolchildren in Moravia, 1912 

      Lehar, Johann (Oesterreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, 1985)
      Appeal of Johann Lehar in Hohenstadt (Zabreh [the Czech name]) (Moravia) to the Supreme Administrative Court against the Ministry of Religion and Education, May 11, 1912. Complains about the practice of sending German ...