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The History of Yugoslavia

Jul 25, 2020

In the 1930s, Dimitrije Ljotić emerged as one of Nazi Germany's staunchest advocates - and later, one of its most willing collaborators - in Yugoslavia. Today, I sat down with an expert on Ljotić, Dr Christian Kurzydlowski, to chat about the strange life of the man.

Theme Music – “Charlotte” by Damiano Baldoni,...


Jun 17, 2020

King Alexander was convinced that his people all loved him, and that all he had to do to prove it was sweep aside the politicians in the way. It turned out not to be that simple.

Theme Music – “Charlotte” by Damiano Baldoni, licensed under CC BY 4.0

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May 10, 2020

So, a few weeks ago, me and a few others got together to have an online chat about the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, and why it didn't work out that well. As you do.

Featuring:
Dora Vrkić - @DoraVrkic
Damir Sakic - 
@SakicDamir
Bronwyn Scott-McCharen - @BronwynScottMc
Davide Denti - @DavideDenti
Tucker Jones - @tuckcomatus


Apr 18, 2020

I sat down for a chat with Joe Tripician, the man once commissioned to write the official biography of Croatian President Franjo Tuđman - until his research turned up some not so flattering things about what Tuđman had done during the Yugoslav Wars...

Joe's book: "Balkanized at Sunrise"

Joe's documentary: "I Was a...


Mar 15, 2020

After Radić's death, Yugoslavia's parliamentary system, never the most stable, began to collapse.

Theme Music – “Charlotte” by Damiano Baldoni, licensed under CC BY 4.0

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