2015, Vol. 42, no. 1, Belgrade, Serbia, and the First Yugoslavia: Connections and Contradictions

Thematic issue

 Guest Editor: John R. Lampe


  • John R. Lampe, Introduction Belgrade, Serbia and Yugoslavia: Connections and Contradictions


  • Dubravka Stojanović, Private Yugoslavism and Serbian Public Opinion 1890-1914
  • Ranka Gašić, Yugoslavism, the Belgrade Elite and the Interwar Public Forum
  • Dejan Zec, The Sokol Movement from Yugoslav Origins to King Aleksandar’s 1930
  • Ivana Dobrivojević, Living under surveillance. Life in Serbia under the dictatorship of King Aleksandar (1929 – 1935)
  • Vladan Jovanović, Land Reform and Colonization, Serbian Problems in Interwar Kosovo Macedonia
  • Jovana Babović, Neither Serbian nor Yugoslav: European Popular Culture in Interwar Belgrade


  • Review Forum: Masterpieces of History: The Peaceful End to the Cold War in Europe, 1989


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