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Malcolm is a skillful journalist, but as a historian, he does not go much further than a mere propagandist. It is easy to understand why - his book was needed to justify the policies of interventionism in Former Yugoslavia. His bibliography looks extensive, but, sadly, it consists predominantly of the Austro-Hungarian (that is, hostile towards the Serbs) and sources written in teh XX century. There are also material mistakes of his manipulation about the Bosnian Church. His knowledge of Serbo-Croat is such that he deliberately translates the term "host" with "gost" and the meanings are just the opposite. Even though widely advertised and higly praised, the book deserves only one praise: a masterpiece of falsification. 

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In this post-Yugoslavia world, I'm finding it difficult to tell what those former constituent parts of Yugoslavia, sporting strange names like “Kosovo”, “Montenegro” and “Herzegovina” all fit within ... Read full review

BOSNIA: A Short History

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A useful and brief, but comprehensive, history of Bosnia from earliest times to the brutal present. Until its virtual dismemberment in the past three years, Bosnia was a unique political and cultural ... Read full review

Bosnia: a short history

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The collapse of former Yugoslavia and the ensuing war have shifted scholarly attention to its successor states. Malcolm's success consists in demonstrating why Bosnia-Hercegovina's distinctive history ... Read full review

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