Carmichael, Cathie, compiler. Croatia (Bibliography). World Bibliographical Series Volume 216. Oxford, England, Santa Barbara, California, Denver, Colorado: Clio Press, 1999. xxv 194 p.
Cultural policy in Croatia . Strasburg: Counc. Cult. Coop., 1999. p. xiv, 275.
The Donald W. Treadgold Papers
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Krokar, James. Liberal Reform in Croatia, 1872-1875. New York: P. Lang, 1996.
Kunovich, Robert.Conflict, Religious Identity, and Ethnic Intolerance in Croatia. Washington, D.C.: The National Council for Euroasian and East European Research, NCEER, 1999. p.21.
Sonje, Velimir. Croatia in the Second Stage of Transition, 1994-1999. [?]: 1999. p. 62.
Sunic, Tomislav. Cool Croatia . Glastonbury, England: Vineyard Books, 1999, 60 p.
Tomizza, Fluvio. Materada . Evanston, Ill, London: North Western University Press; Turnaround, 2000. p. 168.
Vego, Milan N. Austro-Hungarian Naval Policy: 1904-14. Portland, Ore.: Frank Cass, 1996. xviii, 213 pp. $ 47.50, hard bound. $22.50, paper. Reviewed in Slavic Review, vol. 58, no.4, Winter 1999, pp.900-901.