No broken bones, only shattered reality

Koscica, Milica
October 2005
National Catholic Reporter;10/21/2005, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p8a
Relates author's experiences on cultural and political differences in Balkan Peninsula. Demand for soldiers during the time of authors to fight against the civilization introduced by colonizers; Political differences between Albany and Balkan Peninsula; International relations of Balkan with our nations.


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