History of Serbia: Primary Documents

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Site contains examples of Mesolithic archaeological site located in Serbia.
(5000 B.C.; images, comments in the Serbian language (in Latin letters))

(5000 B.C.; image)

(116; image)

(9th century; image, transcription in the Serbian language)

(9th century; image)

Document contains description of Serbians and their country
(948-952; transcription in the Serbian, Russian, English languages)

(10th century; image, facsimile in the Serbian langauge)

(1080; image)

Digital copy of the Cyrillic manuscript, considered the most important of Serbian manuscript books.
(12th century; manuscript)

Site contains information about lives and events of different Serbian kings and rulers.
(1175 - 1706; transcription in the Serbian language (Latin letters)).

Site contains document about life of Serbian Prince and Orthodox monk, the first Archbishop of the autocephalous Serbian Church, the founder of Serbian law and literature, and a diplomat.
(1180 - 1190; transcription in the Serbian language (in Latin letters))

(12-14th centuries; images).

(medieval ages; images, transcription in the Serbian language (Latin letters)).

Record about Serbian lands written by the oder of Stefan Nemanjić, Serbian king.
(the end of the 12th century;image of Stefan Nemanjić , transcription in the Serbian language.)

Record of life of Stefan Nemanjić, Serbian king, when he became a monk.
(the end of the 12th century; transcription in the Serbian language).

Record of agreement made by Stefan Nemanjić.
(the end of the 12th century; transcription in the Serbian language).

Record contains history of Serbian, Croatian, and Slovenian lands.
(end of the 12th century; transcription in the Serbian language (Latin letters)).

Records were made on the walls of the towers of the monastery.
(1219, 1224 - 1227; transcription in the Serbian language).

(1262; facsimile).

(1265; image, transcription in the English language).

Decision about border of Croatian land.
(1325; facsimile)

Law of Serbia.
(May 21, 1349; transcription in the Russian, English languages, parts in Serbian language in Latin letters)

Site contains documents of Serbian priests written for different cases to rulers and other priests
(1365, 1369, 1380, 1394, 1395; transcription in the Russian language).

(1389; image, transcription in the Serbian language (Lattin letters)).

(1389; image).

Book contains records made by Achibishop Daniil
(14th century; modern reprinttranscription in the Serbian language).

(14th century; facsimile).

(14th – 18th centuries; facsimiles in the Serbian language).

Site contains information of Midieval age Serbian history.
(14th – 18th centuries; transcription in the Serbian language).

(1402; transcription in the Serbian language (in Latin letters))

Law written by Stefan Lazarević
(1412; image, facsimile in the Serbian language).

(1430; facsimile, comments in the Serbian language (in Latin letters))

(15-16th century; transcription in the Serbian language (Lattin letters)).

(17th century; transcription in the English language).

(1697; transcription in the Russian language).

(beginning of 18th century; transcription in the Russian language).

(collected in 19th century; transcription in the Serbian language).

Document contains information about political affairs between countires and emigration of Serbians in Russian Empire.
(2nd half of the 18th century; transcription in the Russian language).

(September 18, 1758; transcription in the Russian language).

Digitized German-language newspapers of Central and Eastern Europe outside German-speaking countries.
(18th-20th centuries; facsimiles newspaper issues)

Site contains documents of Russian Empire’s support during uprising and other documents about affairs of the uprising.
(1804-1813; transcription in the Russian language).

(1804-1833; image, facsimile in the Serbian language)

(1812-1813, facsimile in the Serbian language).

(1833 - 1854; transcription in the Russian language).

(1835; facsimile in the Serbian language).

Digital copies of thirteen printed Serbian constitutions since 1835 until 2006.
(1835-2006; facsimiles)

(1854 - 1901; image).

Site contains different documents and witnesses about relations betweeb Serbia and Turkey.
(1862; transcription in the Russian language).

(1862, 1864; transcription in the Russian language).

(1872; transcription in the Russian language).

(1878 - 1913; image, facsimile in the Serbian language)

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

Letter from Count Andrássy to Count Beust (Communicated to the Earl of Derby by Count Beust on January 3 1876).
(December 30, 1875; transcription)
Letter from Lord Odo Russell to the Earl of Derby on the Insurrection in Bosnia and Herzegovina, May 1876.
(May 1876; transcription)

Decloration about the participation of Serbia in World War I.
(December 7, 1914; transcription in the Serbian language).

Documenting events from before Sarajevo until after Versailles.
(pre-1914 - post-1918; translations and transcriptions)
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A collection of primary documents from the Internet Modern History Sourcebook.
(1914-1918; transcriptions and translations)
Digital primary documents assembled at Mount Holyoke College.
(1914-1919; translations)

Site contains agreement about creation of Yugoslavia.
(July 20, 1917, November 9, 1918; transcription in the Croatian language).

Boundaries of Yugoslavia during World War I
(1918; image, facsimile in the Serbian language)

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

Including treaties affecting the Hungarian-Yugoslav/Serbian border from the Treaty of Trianon to the Moscow Agreement.
Published by the Bureau of Intelligence and Research, US Department of State
(1920-1945; facsimiles)

Digitized issues of Zenit, one of the most important Avant-garde magazines of the region.
(1921-1926; facsimiles)

(June 28, 1921; text facsimile, sign page facsimile in the Serbian language).

(1929; image, facsimile in the Serbian language (in Latin letters)

(1941; image, facsimile in the Serbian language (in Latin letters)

(March 25, 1941; transcription in the Croatian language)

Document contains I nformation about federative administration of Yugoslavia
(November 29, 1943; facsimile in the Serbian language).

(1946; facsimiles in the Sebian language).

(1946; transcription in the Serbian language)

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

Document reflects ideas about reforms in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
(1991 - 1995; transcription in the Croation language).

Video is documentary about Croat/Muslim attacks on Serbian town of Brcko.
(1992; video, material in the Serbian language).

Serbian attacks of Bosnia.
(Spring of 1992; fotogallary, transcription in the English language).

(1992 - 1995; transcription in the Serbian language).

(1992 - 1995; transcription in the Serbian language (in Lattin letters)).

(1992 - 1996; video, material in the Serbian language).

Findings of the Srebrenica Research Group into the allegations of events and the background leading up to them, in Srebrenica, Bosnia & Herzegovina, in 1995
(Includes secondary materials and UN Documents on war crimes and genocide in Eastern Bosnia --> scroll down to bottom of page)
Video archive courtesy of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Includes a podcast and transcript of Hasan Nuhanovic speaking about the arrest of Radovan Karadzic, the Bosnian Serb wartime leader.

List of sources with unique, relevant and substantive content relating to conflict in Kosovo.

(October 16, 1998; transcription)
(October 17, 1998; transcription)
(October 28, 1998; transcription)
(October 28, 1998; transcription)
On-the-record briefing given by Julia Taft, Assistant Secretary for Population, Refugees, and Migration and Ambassador James Pardew, Special Representative for Kosovo Implementation.
(November 13, 1998; transcription)
(January 8, 1999; transcription)
(February 19, 1999; transcription)
Press Conference by President Clinton regarding potential further action concerning the conflict in Kosovo.
(March 19, 1999; transcription)
Press Conference by President Clinton, announcing U.S. military action in Kosovo.
(March 24, 1999; transcription)
Top military officials vow to continue bombardment.
(March 27, 1999; description and transcription)
John Shattuck's speech in Prague on the Kosovo situation and rule of law.
(March 30, 1999; description and transcription)

(1999; transcription in the Serbian language (in Lattin letters)).

(Fabruary 18, 2002; transcription in the Serbian language).

Document reflects ideas about reforms in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
(April 30, 2003; transcription in the English letters).

(2003, transcription in the Croatian language)

Deputy Assistant Secretary for European and Eurasian Affairs D. Kathleen Stephens' testimony before the Subcommittee on Europe, House International Relations Committee.
(Marc 17, 2004; transcription)

(November 30, 2006, transcription in the English language)

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)

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

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)

Includes primary and secondary documents, provided by Don Mabry.
(Transcriptions, facsimiles and commentaries, mostly in English)

Digital library of the National Library of Serbia offering a wealth of different sources.
Browse by collection or search by several metadata.
Website also available in English.

Digitization projects in Serbia (and Eastern Europe), listed by Klaus Graf.
(Scroll down to "Serbien")
(Facsimiles)



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