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by H. James Burgwyn

eBook Empire on The Adriatic: Mussolini's Conquest of Yugoslavia 1941-1943 download ISBN: 1929631510
Author: H. James Burgwyn
Publisher: Enigma Books; Book Club Edition edition (2005)
Language: English
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Category: History
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Mussolini's Conquest of Yugoslavia 1941-1943.

Empire On The Adriatic: Mussolini's Conquest Of Yugoslavia 1941-1943. by. H. James Burgwyn. Mussolini's Conquest of Yugoslavia 1941-1943.

Empire on the Adriatic: Mussolini's Conquest of Yugoslavia 1941–1943, Enigma Books (2005). James Burgwyn among the Emeriti.

Empire on the Adriatic: Mussolini's Conquest of Yugoslavia 1941-1943, Enigma Books (2005) ISBN 1-929631-35-9.

This was during World War II, when, in 1941, the Axis Powers, Italy and Germany, invaded Yugoslavia triggering a cycle of violence that equaled that of the 1990s. Format Hardback 460 pages. Dimensions 15. x 22. x 2. mm 43. 2g. Publication date 15 May 2005. Publisher ENIGMA BOOKS. Publication City/Country United States.

H. James Burgwyn Empire on the Adriatic.

ISBN 13: 9781936274062. Empire on the Adriatic: Mussolini's Conquest of the Balkans, 1941-1943. ISBN 10: 193627406X ISBN 13: 9781936274062. Publisher: Enigma Books, 2017.

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James Burgwyn (born 1936) is an American historian. Empire on the Adriatic: Mussolini's Conquest of Yugoslavia 1941–1943, Enigma Books (2005). He is a West Chester University emeritus professor of history, and an authority on the foreign policy and military strategy of Italy in the period from World War I to World War II. Bergwyn lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Starting with the invasion of Yugoslavia in 1941, and focusing on the Italian occupation, this book offers a view of the little-known events that were the torment of Yugoslavia in Italy's attempt to create an empire on the banks of the Adriatic. Empire on the Adriatic : Mussolini's conquest of Yugoslavia 1941-1943, H. Burgwyn, H. James, 1936- author. Publication Information. xxi, 385 pages, pages of plates : illustrations, maps, portraits ; 24 cm. Subjects. World War, 1939-1945 - Yugoslavia.

Mussolini's Conquest of Yugoslavia 1941-1943.
Comments: (2)
Jothris
This is a very interesting and timely book. It is actually quite important. Much of the war in Yugoslavia during World War II was of a guerilla nature. The methods used for pacification, their failures and successes have reference to today's daily news events. The terrible wars in Yugoslavia during the 1990s become more comprehensible after reading this book and understanding the long historical enmity between the peoples of the former Yugoslavia. A tedious read at times but the last chapter makes the whole book worthwhile.
Gaiauaco
Considerable effort must have been expended in doing original research for this book. It's a complicated subject and the author sorts out the nuances, avoiding the common temptation to simplify things just to make things easier. Interesting look at the Italian grand adventure.