Hatred Under Ice?

Berger, Peter L.
April 1994
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Apr1994, Issue 42, p11
Focuses on the ethnic and religious animosities of Bosnia-Herzegovina in 1878 to 1918. Conflict among the Eastern Orthodox, Roman Catholics and Muslims; Discussion of the two conflicting interpretations of the Bosnian situation which was derived from alternate understandings of history.


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