THE YUGOSLAV STATE AND THE ALBANIANS, part I

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THE YUGOSLAV STATE AND THE ALBANIANS

IDEAS AND REALIZATION

What became known as “the Big Eastern Crisis” of 1875-1878 can reasonably be considered as a turning point in the history of all Balkan peoples and states with regards to its scope of events, political decisions, and diplomatic solutions. This is supported by the international significance of the offered solutions and adopted contracts as the agenda of a European policy, which addressed numerous issues of almost all Balkan peoples and ethnic groups in comparison with their earlier historical heritage.  Moreover, it can be said that the decisions of the Congress of Berlin did not bring a series of dramatic events to an end but was rather some way for the Balkan peoples (who were in so much conflict at the time) to start to settle mutual relations on many levels including political, religious, cultural, national, and economic ones. This was true…

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