Published August 2002
by Writers Club Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||176|
I often use this book as an introduction to "write and draw your images of peace". Or, for those classrooms that are in a battle zone, this book would allow children to explore and to express their complicated reactions and visions. Also useful in lower grades as the drawings are very accessible. The vision is: out of war, peace is possible/5(5). Jugoslavia & world peace. Works. Constantine versus the bankers & military-industrial-church complex Oneness of politics and religion Jugoslavia and world peace: Vatican's wars to restore & expand Caesar's world empire: NATO & military-industrial-church complex humbled in Kosovo war: Responsibility: Nicholas C. Eliopoulos. This book is a thorough autopsy of the destruction of Yugoslavia by the US and NATO-countries. It reveals the methodology of the so called International community to serve the interests of the big money and submitting to the will of the by: 2. In the late s NATO dropped bombs and supported armed insurgencies in Yugoslavia while insisting that its motives were purely humanitarian and that its only goal was peace. However, George Szamuely argues that NATO interventions actually prolonged conflicts, heightened enmity, increased casualties, and fueled demands for more interventions/5(3).
A revealing biography of Tito, the Yugoslav leader who was a partisan against the Germans and the first Communist head to break with the Soviet Union, considers 4/5(20). Wow! This book really packs a punch and takes you by surprise. Girl at War tells the story of Ana Jurić, who when the story begins is 10 years old, without a care in the world, running around the streets of Zagreb, the capital of Croatia. The story is told in told in four parts. When Anna is 10 and war breaks out across Yugoslavia.4/5(K). Jugoslavia won't send troops into Bulgaria, Foreign Minister Ninchitch announces. World War II in Yugoslavia; Part of the European theatre of World War II: Although Hitler was not particularly interested in creating another front in the Balkans, and Yugoslavia itself remained at peace during the first year of the war, Book Guild Publishing.
The book opens with a personal and wide-ranging preface by Andrej Grubačić that affirms the ongoing importance of Yugoslav history and identity, providing a context for understanding Yugoslavia as an experiment in self-management, antifascism, and mutlethnic coexistence. Yugoslavia: Peace, War, and Dissolution brings together Noam Chomsky’s reflections in letters, newspaper editorials, interviews and commentaries published over four decades. This book will captivate not only students of the Yugoslav socialist experiment, but also anyone concerned with superpower swagger, the fata morgana of Non-Alignment, the. War and Peace in the Former Yugoslavia | This book argues that the efforts of international mediators to stop the war in Bosnia were deliberately thwarted by the factions, who chose war over peace. Major powers backed clients among the warring parties, and prolonged the war, instead of . Yugoslavia, former country that existed in the west-central part of the Balkan Peninsula from until It included the current countries of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia, and the partially recognized country of Kosovo. Learn more about Yugoslavia in this article.