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Sarajevo, 1941-1945: Muslims, Christians and Jews in Hitler’s Europe

Emily Greble’s Sarajevo, 1942-1945: Muslims, Christians and Jews in Hitler’s Europe is an elaborately detailed portrayal of Sarajevans’ wartime experience.

 

Emily Greble’s Sarajevo, 1942-1945: Muslims, Christians and Jews in Hitler’s Europe is an elaborately detailed portrayal of Sarajevans’ wartime experience. As a unique city with a multi-confessional character, the book seeks to understand how this “idyll survived the calamities that overwhelmed Europe in 1940s” (p. 2). In pursuit of this aim, Greble explores the responses taken by different communities, be it Jews, Muslims, Orthodox Serbs, or Catholic Croats, towards the multi-layered challenges of the occupation crisis and the changes came about as a result. 

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