Travel reports, correspondence, bulletins, writings, press releases, clippings, other printed matter, video tapes, and memorabilia, relating to political conditions in Yugoslavia, the breakup of Yugoslavia, the civil war in Bosnia, reportage of Yugoslav news in the American media, American foreign policy in Yugoslavia, and the computer industry.
Correspondence, notes, writings, memoranda, press releases, position papers, declarations, bulletins, newsletters, and printed matter, relating to the breakup of Yugoslavia and to Serbian-American efforts to influence American and international foreign policy in the region and to influence Serbian government policy.
Correspondence, writings, reports, appeals, and printed matter, relating to civil and human rights in Yugoslavia, and to Yugoslav dissidents. Includes records of the international Committee to Aid Democratic Dissidents in Yugoslavia and issues of the organization's CADDY Bulletin, and photocopies of correspondence and manuscript writings of Mihajlo Mihajlov.
Relates to conditions in Yugoslavia during World War II and to Yugoslav resistance movements and ethnic strife. English translation published as Enemies on All Sides: The Fall of Yugoslavia (Washington, 1976).
Memoirs, lectures, other writings, letters, reports, directives, clippings, and photographs, relating to military operations in Yugoslavia during World War II; the C̆etnik resistance movement led by General Draz̆a Mihailović in Yugoslavia, the nature of guerrilla warfare, and counter-guerrilla operational plans developed by the United States Army.
Correspondence and writings, relating primarily to Yugoslav military operations and diplomacy during World War II, and to postwar Yugoslav émigré affairs. Includes postwar correspondence between D. T. Simović and Winston Churchill, and a book-length study by D. N. Ristić relating to Nadezhda Krupskaya and V. I. Lenin.
Diary, memoirs, other speeches and writings, and correspondence, relating to Serbian military operations during World War I, political conditions in Yugoslavia during World War II, and Yugoslav foreign policy during World War II.
Correspondence, diaries, speeches and writings, memoranda, reports, notes, printed matter, and photographs, relating to Yugoslav politics and government, relations between Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union, Yugoslavia during World War II, the Yugoslav government-in-exile, Draža Mihailović and the Četnik resistance movement in occupied Yugoslavia, and the activities of Serbian émigré groups following World War II.
Correspondence, speeches and writings, diaries, printed matter, and photographs, relating to Yugoslav-American relations, political and military conditions in Yugoslavia during World War II, postwar communism in Yugoslavia, and Yugoslav émigré politics. Also available on microfilm (73 reels).
Election campaign literature, printed matter, and miscellany, relating to aspects of the history and politics of Serbia, of the federal state of Yugoslavia, and of its constituent republics and former republics collectively.
Writings, diaries, correspondence, notes, bulletins, printed matter, and photographs, relating to Yugoslav foreign relations, especially during World War II, postwar conditions in Yugoslavia, and Yugoslav émigré affairs. Includes memoirs entitled "Iz nedavne pros̆losti," relating to Yugoslav relations with Germany and Bulgaria, 1939-1941, prior to the German invasion of Yugoslavia. Also available on microfilm (18 reels).
Minutes, reports, memoranda, serial issues, and printed matter, relating to the occupation of Yugoslavia during World War II, Yugoslav collaborationist and resistance movements, and postwar United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration work in Yugoslavia. Includes microfilm and photocopies of Yugoslav, German and Allied government and military documents used as research material for books by Jozo Tomasevich.