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Miodrag Kolaric, translated by Monica Partridge. Belgrade: Jugoslavija Publishing House, 1973. ]. maps. A handsome guide to the artistic and architectural treasures of Yugoslavia, arranged in the form of three itineraries coveting most of the country. ). ). 51 Yugoslavia tourist guide. Ivan Katusic. Zagreb: Spektar, 1978. 200p. maps. A useful guide arranged by twenty-three itineraries covering most areas of Yugoslavia, and offering basic information on all towns of interest and on individual islands.
36 Memoir of the Bobotes. Joyce Cary. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1960; London: Joseph, 1964. 170p. Cary, the English novelist who established an international reputation from the 1930s to the 1950s, was a young man of twenty-three when he chose to serve with the Red Page 10 Cross in the Balkan War during 1912 and 1913. He was fired by an enthusiasm for the Montenegrin cause, and was decorated with a medal by the King of Montenegro. Perhaps this book, recounting his youthful adventures of the campaign, might never have come to light if he had not later become a major writer, for although it is clear that Cary wrote this memoir within a year of the events (probably without thought of publication) it was not for another forty-seven years that it was first, and posthumously, published.
19 Handbook on Yugoslavia. ), prepared by Exportpress. Belgrade: Federal Secretariat for Information, 1987. 279p. An official reference handbook, covering all major aspects of contemporary Yugoslavia, which is designed to explain to the foreigner how Yugoslavia functions as well as to offer a directory of information. It is potentially useful for those fostering trade or professional relations with Yugoslavia, and is more substantial, though less handy, than the occasionally revised publication Facts about Yugoslavia issued by the same secretariat.