by Srdja Trifkovic (revised & expanded second edition)
From the Foreword by Dr. Thomas J. Fleming: "Every nation has a record of high crimes and misdemeanors. The Anglo-Saxon nations, which pride themselves on their civilized restraint and sense of fair play, did not exercise those virtues on the Celtic inhabitants of the British Isles, or on the native populations of North America, Africa, and Tasmania. The Croats are in a similar position; but their crimes against Serbs, Jews, and Gypsies during the Second World War, because they are more recent, are mixed almost inextricably with the myth-making of Croatian nationalism... The path to sanity and maturity, both in the Balkans and in the West, must be blazed by scholars and writers who have the courage and stamina to recover the past. That is the reason why this book is so important."
Published July 2011. ISBN 978-1892478-01-6. Perfect Binding, 410 pp with 16 maps and over 170 illustrations. $29.95 including postage (U.S. only); $34.95 inc. postage to Canada; $39.95 inc. air mail postage to most other countries.