The Southern Slav Question and the Habsburg Monarchy
by R. W. Seton-Watson
Publisher: Constable & Co. 1911
Number of pages: 498
No country in Europe presents such a variety of complicated problems for solution as the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy; and among these, none is more important and more pressing than the Southern Slav Question. In it are involved the future fortunes of the whole Croat and Serb race.
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