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Anatomy of Deceit by Jerry Blaskovich tells the story of Croatia's recent war through the eyes of a physician who worked with the Croatians. Croatia: A Nation Forged in War, by Marcus Tanner, tries to give a more objective viewpoint.For more tales of misery, try The Yugoslav Auschwitz and the Vatican, edited by Vladimir Dedijer. It tells the story of Croatia's Serb massacres and the involvement of the Catholic Church in the horrors of WWII. Barisa Krekic's Dubrovnik: A Mediterranean Urban Society is a collection of works written about the town's history from 1300 to 1600.Fording the Stream of Consciousness, edited by Dubravka Ugresic, is a collection of 'Writings from an Unbound Europe'.

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