Repeating History 1941-1991? Two break-ups of Yugoslavia as repeated history? Serbian perspectives

REPEATING HISTORY 1941-1991? TWO BREAK-UPS OF YUGOSLAVIA AS REPEATED HISTORY? SERBIAN PERSPECTIVES, edited by Predrag J. MARKOVIĆ and Bojan B. DIMITRIJEVIĆ, Belgrade 2021.

Predrag J. Marković: REMEMBERING 1941 AND 1991 AS TWO PARTS OF THE SAME TRAGEDY? A VIEW FROM 2021
Marko Miletić, Miloš Žikić: THE APRIL WAR OF 1941
Boris Tomanić: THE BULGARIAN OCCUPATION OF YUGOSLAVIA IN 1941
Radosav Tucović: OCCUPATIONAL POLICE FORMATIONS IN SERBIA DURING 1941: STRUCTURAL ORGANIZATION, POLICE PRACTICE AND PROBLEMS
Nemanja Dević: THE UPRISING AND CREATION OF FREE TERRITORY IN SERBIA IN THE PERIOD JULY-OCTOBER 1941
Rade Ristanović: RESISTANCE IN BELGRADE 1941
Nebojša Stambolija: COLLABORATIONIST FORCES IN OCCUPIED SERBIA IN 1941
Ljubinka Škodrić: WOMEN IN OCCUPIED SERBIA IN 1941
Dragomir Bondžić: SERBIAN INTELLECTUAL ELITE IN 1941
Goran Miloradović: USTASHA IDEOLOGY IN THE EUROPEAN CONTEXT IN THE 20TH CENTURY: AN ATTEMPT AT A TYPOLOGY OF MODERN DICTATORSHIPS AND EXTREME IDEOLOGIES
Vladimir Lj. Petrović: BECOMING INEVITABLE: YUGOSLAV DESCENT TO WAR REVISITED
Kosta Nikolić: ON THE WAR AIMS IN THE 1991-1992 YUGOSLAV CONFLICT
Bojan Dimitrijević: YUGOSLAV PEOPLE'S ARMY IN TROUBLESOME 1991
Milan Gulić: THE BIRTH OF THE REPUBLIC OF SERB KRAJINA