History of Montenegro: Primary Documents

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Chronicle of Montenegrin history sprinkled with source documents.
Parallel Serbo-Croatian and English pages.
(Middle Ages to present; facsimiles, transcriptions, translations, audio and video files)

Compiled by John B. Markus.
(1101-1929; Serbian facsimiles and maps)

Document contains description of the people of Montenegro, addressing to Catherine the Great.
(1776-1778; transcription in the Russian language)

Description of the revolt by the winess.
(19th century; transcription in the Russian language)

Article is from the military magazine.
(1849; transcription in the Russian language)

Regarding the struggle for liberation in western Macedonia and Kosovo in the 19th century.
(1878-1881; transcription in the Russian language)

Site contains different documents and witnesses about relations between Montenegro and Russian Empire.
(1873-1910; transcription in the Russian language)

Memoirs of a tourist.
(March 1904; transcription in the Russian language)

Searchable book-length travel reports digitized at the University of Michigan.
(19th to 20th century; hundreds of facsimiles in many languages)

Declassified CIA documents from Cold War Era Hard Target Analysis.
(3 November 1958; PDF facsimiles)

Library of Congress guide to constitutional, legal, and government documents.

Digital Balkan History
An ambitious and fast-growing collection of e-books and sources, available only in a Serbo-Croatian interface.
Requires free registration in order to view sources (See especially "Izvori ")
(Facsimiles, links, and an online forum)

Map of the Balkans as they were organized at the end of World War I, after the dissolution of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
(1918; zoomable map)

Also contains a collection of coats of arms for other European countries and principalities.
(Facsimiles)

EuroDocs > History of Montenegro: Primary Documents



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