The Nationalism of Milovan Djilas

Reinhartz, Dennis
June 1985
Modern Age;Summer1985, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p233
Academic Journal
Focuses on the nationalism of author and political leader Milovan Djilas, one of the most controversial figures in the history of Balkans in the twentieth century. Educational and political background of Djilas; Influence of his homeland Montenegro on his life and work; Works published to humanize Yugoslav communism.


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