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Title Page, Copyright

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Table of Contents

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Introduction

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pp. vii-xiii

The Austro-Hungarian aristocrat, Baron Franz Nopcsa (1877–1933), was one of the most adventuresome travelers and scholars of southeastern Europe in the early decades of the twentieth century. Together...

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Part I: Initial Tracels (1903-1904)

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pp. 1-10

I was in Constantinople in November 1903. Our consul Para, whom I had got to know earlier, arrived while I was staying with Louis Drašković and, as I intended to go to Skopje, he invited me to accompany him on his return journey. I willingly accepted...

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PART II Research in Albania (1905–1910)

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pp. 11-78

I began my travel for my Albanian research projects in 1905. At the end of August, I journeyed to Cetinje where I met our envoy, Kuhn von...

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PART III Between the Annexation and the Balkan War (1910–1912)

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pp. 79-146

Consul General Kral was transferred away from Shkodra in January 1910. He told me before he left that I would have greater difficulty traveling in Albania under his successor. I myself left Shkodra in mid- January, not knowing that it would be a long time before I could return....

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PART IV From the Balkan War to the World War (1912–1914)

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pp. 147-204

The Balkan War spread slowly, like a gnawing disease. Skopje was taken by the Albanian rebels in the period before the war. The conflict broke out in Berane with an exchange of fire between Turkish and...

Bibliography

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pp. 205-216

Index of Names

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pp. 217-225

Glossary of Place Names

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pp. 226-227

Back Cover

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