Croatia Myth&Reality: Bibliography


This monograph is intended to provide readers with the background of a few of the more common myths in a non-academic, readable format; therefore footnotes and endnotes were not used. However, dozens of articles and monographs have appeared covering many of the same myths over the years. The author wishes to acknowledge the work of every scholar, writer, and journalist who may have previously published articles about one or more of these legends. In addition to the authors of the books and chapters that follow, the author also wishes to specifically acknowledge the works of:

Alex Alexiev, Radoslav Artukovic, Branimir Anzulovic, Ljubo Boban, Bruno Busic, Philip J. Cohen, Robert Guskind, Bogoljub Kocovic, John Kraljic, Jaksa Kusan, Branka Magas, Mirko Mehes, Petar Radielovic, Hans Peter Rullmann, Carol J. Williams, and Vladimir Zerjavic.


Albrecht-Carrie, Rene. Italy at the Paris Peace Conference. Hamden, CT: Archon Books, 1966.

Beard, Charles A. and Radin, George. The Balkan Pivot: Yugoslavia. New York: Macmillan Company, 1929.

Beljo, Ante. Genocide A Documented Analysis. Translated by D. Sladojevic-Sola. Sudbury, ONT: Northern Tribune Publishing, 1985.

Bilandlic, Dusan, et al. Croatia Between War and Independence. Zagreb: University of Zagreb, 1991.

Bonifacic, Antun and Mitanovich, Clement, Editors. The Croatian Nation in its Struggle for Freedom and Independence. Chicago: "Croatia" Cultural Publishing Center, l95S.

Croatia, Republic of. Constitution of the Republic of Croatia. Zagreb, 1991.

Croatia, Republic of. Peace Conference on Yugoslavia: Croatian Approach. Zagreb, 1991.

Dedijer, Vladimir; Bozic, Ivan; Cirkovic, Sima; Ekmecic, Milorad. History of Yugoslavia. New York: McGrawHill, 1974.

Epstein, Julius. operation Keelhaul. old Greenwich: Devin-Adair, 1973.

Eterovich, Adam. Croatian and Dalmatian Coats of Arms. Palo Alto, CA: Ragusan Press, 1978.

Eterovich, Francis and Spalatin, Christopher, Editors. Croatia Land, People, Culture. 2 volumes. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1964 (I), 197O (II).

Grakalic, Marijan. Hrvatski Grb. Zagreb: Nakladni Zavod Matice Hrvatske, l99O.

Grana, Gianni. Malaparte. Firenze: I1 Castoro, 1968.

Hecimovic, Joseph. In Tito's Death Marches and Extermination Camps. Translated and edited by John Prcela. New York: Carlton Press, 1962.

Hefer, Stjepan. Croatian Struggle for Freedom and Statehood. Translated by Andrija Ilic. Buenos Aires: Croatian Information Service, 1959.

Hoptner, Jacob. Yugoslavia in Crisis 1934-1941. New York: Columbia University Press, 1962.

Lederer, Ivo J. Yugoslavia at the Paris Peace Conference. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1963.

Letica, Slaven, Editor. Croatia 199O. Zagreb: Presidency of the Republic of Croatia, l99O.

Malaparte, Curzio. Kaputt. Translated by Cesare Foligno. New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., 1946.

Malaparte, Curzio. The Skin. Translated by David Moore. Malboro, VT: Marlboro Press, 1988.

McDonald, Gordon C., et al. Area Handbook for Yugoslavia. Washington: U.S. Government Printing office, 1973.

Milazzo, Matteo J. The Chetnik Movetnent & The Yugoslav Resistance. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1975.

Naval Intelligence Division. Jugoslavia. 2 vols. London: British Government, 1944.

Nikolic, Vinko. Bleiburg Uzroci i Posljedice. Munich: Knjiznica Hrvatske Revije, 1988.

Nyrop, Richard F., Editor. Yugoslavia a country study. Washington: Government Printing office, 1982.

Omrcanin, Ivo. The Pro-AUied Putsch in Croatia in 1944. Philadelphia: Dorrance, 1975.

Prcela, John and Guldescu, Stanko, editors. operation Slaughterhouse. Philadelphia: Dorrance, 197O.

Prpic, George J. Croatia and The Croatians. Scottsdale, AZ: Associated Publishers, 1982.

Ristic, Dragisa N. Yugoslavia's Revolution of 1941. University Park, PA: Penn State Press: 1966.

Roberts, Walter R. Tito, Mihailovic and the Allies 19411945. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1973.

Singleton, Fred. Twentieth-Century Yugoslavia. New York: Columbia University Press, 1976.

Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. The Constitution of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. Translated by Marko Vavicic. Belgrade: 1974.

Stjepan Srkulj. Hrvatska Povijest. Zagreb: 1937.

Tomasevich, Jozo. The Chetniks. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1975.

Vrancic, Vjekoslav. U Sluzbi Domovine. Buenos Aires, 1977.

Chapters in Books and Monographs

Babic, Ivan. "Military History." In Croatia Land, People Cultures Vol 1. Edited by Francis H. Eterovich and C. Spalatin. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1964.

Benkovic, Theodore. Tragedy of a Nation. Chicago, 1946.

Cesarich, George W. Yugoslavia was Created Against the Will of the Croatian People." In The Croatian Nation, pp. 192-211. Edited by Antun F. Bonifacic and Clement S. Mihanovich. Chicago: Croatian Cultural Publishing Center, 1955.

McAdams, C. Michael. Allied Prisoners of War in Croatia 1941-1945. Arcadia, CA: Croatian Information Service, 198O.

McAdams, C. Michael. Whitepaper on Andrija Artukovic. Arcadia, CA: Croatian Information Service, 1975.

Tudjman, Franjo. Croatia on Trial. Translated by Zdenka Palic-KuNian. London: United Publishers, 1981.