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by David MacKenzie

ePub Apis: The Congenial Conspirator, The Life of Colonel Dragutin T. Dimitrijevic download
Author:
David MacKenzie
ISBN13:
978-0880331623
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0880331623
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East European Monographs (May 15, 1989)
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Leaders & Notable People
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David MacKenzie has made a very important contribution to our understanding of history with this fascinating look at one .

David MacKenzie has made a very important contribution to our understanding of history with this fascinating look at one of the most influential and misunderstood figures of the 20th century. He was also the head of a secret patriotic society - the Black Hand - dedicated to the creation of a Greater Serbia. This goal was achieved as a result of WWI, in the form of Yugoslavia

Colonel dragutin t. dimitrijevic. Pretender Peter Karadjordjevic, grandson of Karadjordje, whose adherents in Serbia plotted for his return.

Colonel dragutin t. Prince Milan, only nineteen when his son, Alexander, was born, retained power precariously. He relied on a small professional anny, swelled in wartime by a fanners' militia, and ministers like haughty Premier Jovan Ristic, Serbia's leading statesman.

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Dragutin Dimitrijević was born in Belgrade, Principality of Serbia in the summer of 1876 to an Aromanian family. MacKenzie, David (1989). The Life of Colonel Dragutin T. New York: Columbia University Press. MacKenzie, David (1998). The Exoneration of the "Black Hand". Boulder, CA: East European Monographs. MacKenzie, David (1997). In Radan, Peter; Pavković, Aleksandar (ed.

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the life of Colonel Dragutin T. Dimitrijević. Published 1989 by East European Monographs, Distributed by Columbia University Press in Boulder, New York.