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Microfilm 86 reels
1834-1919
Printed guide by M. R. Palairet

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Valuable raw materials for research into all aspects of the economic, social and political history of the predecessor territories to Yugoslavia available in a single organized collection for the first time.

The socio-economic statistics collected by Balkan governments before 1918 long antedated the first appearance of statistical annuals, and covered a wider range. Some of the serials go back to 1850 and before.

Yugoslav Statistics brings together on microfiche over 300 annuals, serials, censuses and other publications for Croatia, Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia published between 1834 and 1919. Materials have been drawn from the holdings of 12 institutions in the former Yugoslavia, Austria, the United States and Britain. Some are reproduced from previously little known sources for the first time.

Microfilm 86 reels with printed guide by M. R. Palaire.

  • Content Type: Printed guide by M. R. Palairet
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