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Inventory of the Vladimir Milanović Papers

Hoover Institution Archives

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Date Completed:
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Collection Summary

Title: Vladimir Milanović Papers
Dates: 1868-1972
Collection Number: 70078
Creator: Milanović, Vladimir J.
Collection Size: 12 manuscript boxes, 1 oversize box (5.5 linear feet)
Repository: Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Abstract: Contains writings, diaries, correspondence, notes, bulletins, printed matter, and photographs, relating to Yugoslav foreign relations, especially during World War II, postwar conditions in Yugoslavia, and Yugoslav émigré affairs. Includes memoirs entitled "Iz nedavne prošlosti" relating to Yugoslav relations with Germany and Bulgaria, 1939-1941, prior to the German invasion of Yugoslavia and draft notes for an English-Serbian dictionary. Also available on microfilm (18 reels).
Physical Location: Hoover Institution Archives
Languages: In Serbo-Croatian, English, French, Bulgarian, and Russian

Administrative Information

Access

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Vladimir Milanović Papers, [Box number], Hoover Institution Archives.

Acquisition Information

Acquired by the Hoover Institution Archives in 1970.

Accruals

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Alternate form available

Also available on microfilm (18 reels).

Biographical Note

1896 Born, Smederevo, Serbia
1906-1914 Educated in Smederevo and Belgrade, Serbia
1919 Received a diploma, specialized in diplomacy from the Ecole Libre des Science Politiques
1922 Passed doctoral exams at the Faculté de Droit, Université de Paris, France
1924 Royal Yugoslav second secretary at the embassy in
1935 Royal Yugoslav ambassador in Sofia, Bulgaria
1939-1940 Royal Yugoslav chargé d'affaires to Switzerland
1940-1941 Royal Yugoslav ambassador in Sofia, Bulgaria
1941-1944 Royal Yugoslav government-in-exile secretary general of the Foreign Ministry, London, United Kingdom
1944 Royal Yugoslav government-in-exile delegate to the Allied Commission
1944-1945 Royal Yugoslav government-in-exile ambassador to Belgium and Luxemburg
1945-1972 Settled in London; active member of the Yugoslav émigré community
1972 Died

Scope and Content of Collection

The papers relate to the foreign relations of Royal Yugoslavia, especially during World War II, Bulgarian internal and foreign affairs, the Macedonian issue, German aspirations in the Balkan region, postwar conditions in Yugoslavia, and Yugoslav émigré affairs. They include memoirs entitled "Iz nedavne prošlosti," describing Yugoslav relations with Germany and Bulgaria from 1939 to 1941, prior to the German invasion of Yugoslavia, and draft notes for an English-Serbian dictionary.
Milanović's handwritten Diaries in Serbo-Croatian provide a private perspective on his daily routine and social life from 1938 to 1968. A Biographical file provides information on Milanović's family background, personal life, and career. Documents record the family inheritance from Smederevo and the death of Milanović's brother, Alekandar. The Correspondence includes exchanges with his close personal friends, Yugoslav émigré members, family members, particularly his nephew Milorad M. Drachkovitch (Drašković), and members of the Serbian Orthodox community in the United Kingdom.
The Speeches and writings are comprised of draft fragments, books, articles, booklets, open letters, and notes on topics related to his memoir and a considerable number of handwritten notes on English and Serbian words in preparation for a draft of an English-Serbian dictionary. Speeches and writings by others contain Milorad M. Drachkovitch's writings addressing issues related to the political system in post-war Yugoslavia and writings by others reflecting on the events in Yugoslavia during World War II, as well as developments in post-war Yugoslavia.
The Royal Yugoslav government office file consists of records Milanović collected during his diplomatic career with the Royal Yugoslav government, organised by posting. Embassy reports provide detailed information on the Royal Yugoslav government's diplomatic affairs in Bulgaria and Germany, and especially address Bulgarian politics, the Macedonian issue, and German aspirations in the Balkan region prior to World War II. Additional records document the émigrés who served the Royal Yugoslav government in London during World War II and were not able to return to Yugoslavia for political reasons.
The Photographs depict Milanović's official engagements and events during his diplomatic career, his private social life, as well as family members and personal friends. The Oversize materials contain documents on Milanović's inheritance from Smederevo in Serbia, degrees, and employment certificates. Also included are materials from the Royal Yugoslav government embassy in Bulgaria transferring the office to the new ambassador, and inventory lists of the embassy offices in Sofia and Varna, Bulgaria.
The Printed Matter consists of newspapers, journals, press releases, clippings and other materials providing daily news of developments in Yugoslavia and Europe during World War II, and the views and reflections on political and economic conditions in post-war Yugoslavia.

Arrangement

The collection is organized into nine series: Diaries, Biographical file, Correspondence, Speeches and writings, Speeches and writings by others, Royal Yugoslav government-in-exile office file, Photographs, Printed matter and Oversized materials

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
World War, 1939-1945--Yugoslavia.
World War, 1939-1945--Diplomatic history.
Bulgaria--Foreign relations--Yugoslavia.
Germany--Foreign relations--Yugoslavia.
Yugoslavia--Foreign relations--Bulgaria.
Yugoslavia--Foreign relations--Germany.
Yugoslavia--Emigration and immigration.
Yugoslavia--History.
Diplomats--Yugoslavia.


Collection Contents

Box: 1

Diaries, 1938-1968

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically
Box/Folder: 1 : 1

1938-1960

Box/Folder: 1 : 2

1961-1968

Box: 1-2

Biographical file, 1868-1971

Scope and Content Note

Includes certificates, travel documents, memorabilia, and maps of Royal Yugoslavia and the Balkans.

Arrangement

Arranged by physical form
Box/Folder: 1

Personal documents, 1868-1971

Box/Folder: 1 : 3

Inheritance, Smederevo, 1868-1970

Scope and Content Note

See also oversize material
Box/Folder: 1 : 4

Military certificates, 1917, 1923

Box/Folder: 1 : 5

Employment records, 1917, 1924, 1930, 1939

Box/Folder: 1 : 6

Savings book and household budget, 1934-1943, 1941-1956, 1972, 1973

Box/Folder: 1 : 7

Birth certificates issued in 1936 and 1961

Box/Folder: 1 : 8

Party invitations letter, 1937

Box/Folder: 1 : 9

Aleksandar Milanović, 1938

Scope and Content Note

Includes death certificate
Box/Folder: 1 : 10

Travel documents, 1941, 1952, 1964

Box/Folder: 1 : 11

Membership cards and hotel bills, 1944, 1957, 1968-1969

Box/Folder: 1 : 12

Medical appointment records, 1967-1971

Box/Folder: 1 : 13

Rent and pension records, 1966-1971

Box/Folder: 1 : 14

Obituary in Srpska Borba, 7 July 1972

Box/Folder: 1 : 15

Business cards and address clippings, undated

Box/Folder: 1 : 16

Christmas cards, postcards and a picture music disk, undated

Box/Folder: 2 : 1

Miscellany, undated

Scope and Content Note

Includes notes, a card with religious motif, a printed portrait of Draža Mihailović, and exhibition and conference programs and leaflets
Box/Folder: 2 : 2

Maps, undated

Box/Folder: 2 : 2

Bartholomew's Map of Italy and the Balkans, printed and published by John Bartholomew & Son, ltd., Edinburgh Geographical Society, undated

Box/Folder: 2 : 2

Map of Royal Yugoslavia, photocopy, undated

Box/Folder: 2

Memorabilia, 1935-1940

Box/Folder: 2 : 3

Recipes, undated

Box/Folder: 2 : 4

Buttons, copperplate for printing business card, box key, rosary, undated

Box/Folder: 2 : 5

Monetary notes

Scope and Content Note

Includes twenty-three Italian lira, five notes dated 1935 XIII, eighteen notes dated 1938 XVII
Box/Folder: 2 : 5

Coins

Scope and Content Note

Includes Royal Yugoslavia dinars, 1935, 1938, Republic of France francs, 1947, British West Africa shillings, 1938, 1940
Box: 2

Correspondence, 1918-1972

Scope and Content Note

Consists of letters, cards, and enclosures, arranged in three groups: Chronological, Milorad D. Drachkovitch, and Srpska Pravoslavna Crkva
Box/Folder: 2

Chronological, 1918-1972, undated

Box/Folder: 2 : 6

1918-1919, 1924

Box/Folder: 2 : 7

1939-1940

Box/Folder: 2 : 8-22

1941-1955

Box/Folder: 2 : 23-24

1957-1958

Box/Folder: 2 : 25-26

1960-1961

Box/Folder: 2 : 27

1963

Box/Folder: 2 : 28-34

1966-1972

Box/Folder: 2 : 35

Undated

Box/Folder: 2 : 36

Drašković, Milorad M., 1945-1971

Box/Folder: 2 : 37

Srpska Pravoslavna Crkva, 1969-1971

Box: 3-8

Writings, circa 1940-1970

Scope and Content Note

Composed of a memoir, fragments, drafts, and notes on topics related to Royal Yugoslav relations with Bulgaria and Germany, Yugoslav émigrés' reflections on political conditions in post-war Yugoslavia, and an English-Serbian dictionary.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically in two groups: Drafts, articles, fragments, and notes, and English-Serbian dictionary
Box/Folder: 3-4

Drafts, article fragments, and notes, undated

Box/Folder: 3 : 1

Book reviews, holograph and typescript, undated

Box/Folder: 3 : 2

"Bugarska uoči II Svetskog Rata," typescript, undated

Box/Folder: 3 : 3

"Bulgaria and the Present War," holograph and typescript, undated

Box/Folder: 3 : 4-13

"Iz Nedavne Prošlosti," memoir draft, typescript, notes, and holograph, undated

Box/Folder: 4 : 1

II O Revizionizmu," typescript, undated

Box/Folder: 4 : 2

"Zrnce," typescript, undated

Box/Folder: 4 : 3

"Yugoslavia and Albania," typescript, undated

Box/Folder: 4-8

English-Serbian dictionary, undated

Box/Folder: 4

Words, undated

Box/Folder: 4 : 4-15

B, I, J, K, M

Box/Folder: 5 : 1-12

N, O, Q, U, V, X-Z

Box/Folder: 5 : 13

English-Serbian dictionary introduction, holograph, undated

Box/Folder: 5 : 14-15

Notes for dictionary A-Z holograph, undated

Box/Folder: 6

Notes for dictionary holograph, undated

Box/Folder: 6 : 1-11

A-F

Box/Folder: 7 : 1-10

H-J, L-N, P-Ra

Box/Folder: 8 : 1-6

Rb-T, W, Y

Box/Folder: 8 : 7

Serbian words holograph, undated

Box/Folder: 8 : 8

Comments and notes holograph, undated

Box: 8-9

Speeches and writings by others, circa 1940-1970

Scope and Content Note

Contains fragments, drafts, notes and speeches by Milorad M. Drachkovitch and others.

Arrangement

Arranged in three groups by form and author
Box/Folder: 8

Milorad M. Drachkovitch (Drašković) writings, 1952-1961

Box/Folder: 8 : 9

De Karl Marx à Léon Blum, Libraire E. Droz, Geneva, 1954

Box/Folder: 8 : 10

"Les Crises du Socialisme Occidental," Bruges, 1958

Box/Folder: 8 : 11

Lettre ouverte: A MM. Paul-Henri SPAAK et Max BUSET, open letter, Bruges, 15 December 1952

Box/Folder: 8 : 12

"Rapport sur le 'Communisme National,'" typescript, undated

Box/Folder: 8 : 13

La Société Occidentale, Laboratoire des Changements Sociaux, booklet, 1961

Box/Folder: 9

Writings by others, 1937-1967

Box/Folder: 9 : 1

Ciano, Galeazzo, Diary 1937-1943, translation

Box/Folder: 9 : 2

Doychinovich, Milan, Amanet, , booklet, 1969

Box/Folder: 9 : 3

Drašković, Slobodan M., "Poštovani gospodine Predsedniče," typescript, Paris, 1947 March

Box/Folder: 9 : 4

Jefremović, Draģ B., "Rodoslovlje Ikonije iz Cerovca," typescript, circa 1962

Box/Folder: 9 : 5-6

Miloyevitch (Milojević), Milan, G., 1942-1944

Box/Folder: 9 : 5

"From the Realm of Our State Problems-In the Service of Yugoslavia," transcript, London, booklet 1942

Box/Folder: 9 : 6

Anglo-Yugoslav Cultural Relations, St. Clements Press, Ltd., London, 1944

Box/Folder: 9 : 7

Pavlowitch, K. St., La Yougoslavie et l'Italie entre les deux guerres, les conversations Marinkovitch-Grandi (1930-1931), reprint, 1967

Box/Folder: 9

Pipinelis, P., undated

Box/Folder: 9 : 8

"La Question d'une Macédonie Autonome," typescript

Box/Folder: 9 : 9

"La Question de la Thrace," typescript

Box/Folder: 9 : 10

Ristić, Borislav M., 1944-1945

Box/Folder: 9 : 10

"Zdrava Državna Osonva: Istina i Jedna linija-Jedan Put - Pravi Put za Sve," Današnj rat, No. 2, London, December 1944

Box/Folder: 9 : 10

"Naša spoljno-politička situaciaj," Današnj rat, No. 3, London, December 1944

Box/Folder: 9 : 10

"Igra sa psihologijom sa narodom ili sa sobom," Današnj rat, No. 4, London, January 1945

Box/Folder: 9 : 10

"Izvor rata, današnji stadijum i perspective," Današnj rat, No. 5, London, January 1945

Box/Folder: 9 : 10

"Naše teške prilike: Koordinacija i suprotnosti, ideje i stvarnosti," Današnj rat, No. 6, London, January 1945

Box/Folder: 9 : 10

"Savremeni posljednji Cilj Života, Najteži Problem," Današnj rat, No. 7, London, January 1945

Box/Folder: 9 : 10

"Naši kritični dani u Londonu," Današnj rat, No. 8, London, February 1945

Box/Folder: 9 : 11

Smodlaka, Josip, "The Yugoslav-Italian Frontier Question," New Yugoslavia reprint, Nos. 7-10, June-July issue, undated

Box/Folder: 9

Unidentified authors, 1958, undated

Box/Folder: 9 : 12

"Gospodin Djoka Pavlovic," typescript, undated

Box/Folder: 9 : 13

"Iz oblasti nasih državnih problema, U službi Jugoslavije," typescript, undated

Box/Folder: 9 : 14

"Pad Generala Simovića," Savremenik, typescript, April-May 1958

Box/Folder: 9 : 15

"Pogron Srba (1941-1942), u Bosni i Hercegovini, u Svetlosti Istorije," typescript, undated

Box/Folder: 9 : 16

Miscellany, 1942 and undated

Box/Folder: 9

Speeches, 1942, undated

Box/Folder: 9 : 17

General, unsigned, undated

Box/Folder: 9 : 18

"Commemoration of the Victims of Kragujevac," 1942. Includes speeches by Miloš Trifunovic, the Secretary for Education; the R.A. Butler, British Minster of Education; Hoste, Deputy Minster for Education, Belgium; Dimitrakakatisa, Greek Minister for Justice; Slvik Bolkesteina, G. Stronjski, Polish Minister of Information; and message from Queen Maria of Yugoslavia

Box: 9-11

Royal Yugoslav government office file, 1935-1946

Scope and Content Note

Contains correspondence, government documents and reports, financial records, and press releases related to Yugoslav-Bulgarian diplomatic relations and Yugoslav foreign policy, and Yugoslav émigré affairs in Great Britain. See also oversize materials

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically by embassy posting
Box/Folder: 9

1935 assignment to the Bucharest (Romania) embassy files

Box/Folder: 9 : 19

New Ambassador, transfer documents, 1935

Box/Folder: 9

1940-1941 assignment to the Bern (Switzerland) embassy files

Box/Folder: 9 : 20

New Ambassador, transfer documents, February 1940

Box/Folder: 9 : 21

Bulgarian foreign affairs, comments, 1941

Box/Folder: 10

1940-1941 assignment to the Sofia (Bulgaria) embassy files

Scope and Content Note

See also oversize materials
Box/Folder: 10

Office documents, 1940-1941

Box/Folder: 10 : 1

Correspondence, 1941

Box/Folder: 10 : 2

Speech upon becoming ambassador, transcript, undated

Box/Folder: 10 : 3

Cotton transfer arrangement from Varna, Bulgaria, to Odessa, Russia, 1941

Box/Folder: 10 : 4

Financial statement, 11 April 1941

Box/Folder: 10 : 5

Minutes of the committee on confidential documents and the book of codes, 1941

Box/Folder: 10

Reports, 1940-1941

Box/Folder: 10

Yugoslav Bulgarian political affairs, 1940-1941

Box/Folder: 10 : 6

Russian role in Serbian-Bulgarian negotiation on September 1911, by Boris Nikolajev, 1940

Box/Folder: 10 : 7

Yugoslav-Bulgarian long term collaboration, 1940

Box/Folder: 10 : 8

Yugoslav-Bulgarian political affairs, ambassador's reports, 1940

Box/Folder: 10 : 9

Yugoslav-Bulgarian treaty, 1940

Box/Folder: 10 : 10

Yugoslav-Bulgarian relations, 1941

Box/Folder: 10

Bulgarian political affairs, 1940-1941

Box/Folder: 10 : 11

Bulgarian National Assembly on foreign political affairs, 1940

Box/Folder: 10 : 12

Bulgarian officials on foreign affairs, 1940

Box/Folder: 10 : 13

Bulgarian National Assembly on internal political affairs, 1940

Box/Folder: 10 : 14

Bulgarian new approach towards the Balkan region, 1940

Box/Folder: 10 : 15

Filov's government on Bulgarian foreign policy, circa 1940

Box/Folder: 10 : 16

King Boris's speech on Bulgarian political affairs, report, 1940

Box/Folder: 10 : 17

King Boris and Bulgarian-Yugoslav relations, comments by Bojan Smilov, 1940

Box/Folder: 10 : 18-20

Makedonsko Pitanje, reports, 1940

Box/Folder: 10 : 21

"The Macedonian Question," by Djoko Slijepčević, undated 1940

Box/Folder: 10 : 22

Rendell on the latest developments in Bulgaria, 23 December 1940

Box/Folder: 10 : 23

Sofia University professors political association and activities in relation to Yugoslavia, report, 1940

Box/Folder: 10 : 24

Bulgarian students' national committee members, list, 1941

Box/Folder: 10 : 25

Bulgarian political affairs, 1941

Box/Folder: 10 : 26

Bulgaria-Axis materials, 1941

Box/Folder: 10 : 27

"Revizionistička kampanja," Bulgarian newspapers report, 1941

Box/Folder: 10

Bulgarian relations with Germany and the Balkan region, 1940-1941

Box/Folder: 10 : 28

German military in Bulgaria, 1941

Box/Folder: 10 : 29

German political aspirations in the Balkan region, 1941

Box/Folder: 10 : 30

Churchill on German's army in Bulgaria, 1941

Box/Folder: 10 : 31

Bulgarian-Romanian treaty, 1940

Box/Folder: 10 : 32

Bulgarian-Soviet political relations, 1941

Box/Folder: 10 : 33

Council of Balkan treaty meeting, Belgrade, 1940

Box/Folder: 10 : 34

Turkish-Bulgarian political affairs, 1940

Box/Folder: 10 : 35-37

Vesti iz inostranstva, January-July 1940, January-March 1941

Box/Folder: 10-11

1941-1947 assignment to the Yugoslav government-in-exile ministry of foreign affairs, London files, 1934-1947

Box/Folder: 10

Office file, 1941-1947

Box/Folder: 10 : 38

Correspondence, 1941-1944

Box/Folder: 10 : 39

Decree on Danilo Kalafatović's appointment as commander-in-chief of the Yugoslav army, April 1941

Box/Folder: 10 : 40

"Aide-Mémoire on Bulgaria: The Bulgars in the Balkans," March 1943

Box/Folder: 10 : 41

Decree of the Ministry of War no. 1652, December 1944

Box/Folder: 10 : 42

"Akt o Primirju," August 1944

Box/Folder: 10 : 43

"Request for Extradition of Yugoslav Nationals by Tito's Government," typescript report, 1946, by Slobodan Jovanović, the former president of the Government of Yugoslav National Union, 1946

Box/Folder: 10 : 44

Yugoslav Welfare Committee in Great Britain report, 1945-1947

Box/Folder: 10

German policy documents, 1934, 1940, 1946

Box/Folder: 10 : 45

Reports on German foreign policy, 1934, 1940

Box/Folder: 10 : 46

"Minutes of a Meeting Called by Hitler in Berlin on 27 March 1941," typescript, May 1946, reproduced document based on the Oberkommando der Wehrmacht (OKW) of Germany files Enemy Documents section

Box/Folder: 10-11

Allied collaboration reports, 1942-1944

Box/Folder: 10 : 47

"Comité Interallié pour l'étude de l'armistice," London, 1942-1943, signed by Belgium, Czechoslovakia, France, Greece, Luxemburg, Norway, Netherlands, Poland, and Yugoslavia

Box/Folder: 11 : 1

"Brief Report on United Nations Commission on the Investigation of War Crimes," typescript, July 1944; and correspondence from Herbert Pell, September 1944

Box/Folder: 11

1943-1945 assignment to the Luxemburg and Belgian embassy, 1943-1945

Box/Folder: 11 : 2

Correspondence, 1943-1945

Box/Folder: 11 : 3

Report on Belgium and Anglo-American agreement on civilian administration of Belgium during the liberation and after, June 1944

Box: 11

Photographs, 1918-1965

Scope and Content Note

Black and white prints of official and social engagements, family members, and children.

Arrangement

Arranged by subject
Box/Folder: 11 : 4

Milanović with unidentified men, 1918, 1925, 1941, and undated (21 prints)

Box/Folder: 11 : 5

Portraits and identification prints, undated (22 prints)

Box/Folder: 11 : 6

Official gatherings, 1925, circa 1935, 1943, and undated (35 prints)

Box/Folder: 11 : 7

Social gathering depicting Vladimir J. Milanović with unidentified group of individuals at social events, undated (8 prints)

Box/Folder: 11 : 8

Family members and children's portraits, 1936-1969 (18 prints)

Box/Folder: 11 : 9

Miscellany

Box/Folder: 11 : 9

'Kraljičina lađa,' 1922 (1 print)

Box/Folder: 11 : 9

Religious motif print, undated (1 print)

Box/Folder: 11 : 9

Unidentified ladies, undated (23 prints)

Box/Folder: 11 : 9

Unidentified individuals, undated (10 prints)

Box: 11-12

Printed matter, 1933-1972

Scope and Content Note

Contains newspapers, press releases, periodicals, clippings, and other material related to Yugoslav politics and developments in Yugoslavia and Europe during and after World War II.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically by name of publication
Box/Folder: 11 : 10

Gazeta Sprturilor, 1933

Box/Folder: 11 : 11

Uput o Kraljevskim odlikovanjima, njihovom rangu inošenju, Belgrade, Serbia, 1939

Box/Folder: 11 : 12

Booklets and brochures, 1940, 1947, 1953, 1969, 1988

Box/Folder: 11 : 13

Službene Novine Kraljevine Jugosavije, June, August 1942

Box/Folder: 11 : 14

Direkcija za Informativnu Službu, September 1942, February 1943

Box/Folder: 11 : 15

New Russian Vocabulary with Pronunciation, George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd, London, 1943

Box/Folder: 11 : 16

Proceedings of the International Law Conference, London, 1944

Box/Folder: 11 : 17

The Daily Telegraph, April 1946

Box/Folder: 11 : 18

Politika, July 1946

Box/Folder: 11 : 19

Glas Jugosavije, June 1947

Box/Folder: 11 : 20

Congressional Record, 1951, 1953

Box/Folder: 11 : 21

Seljačka Jugoslavija, 1952

Box/Folder: 11 : 22

Reader's Digest, 1952-1953, 1964

Box/Folder: 12 : 1-3

Naša Stvarnost, 1952-1955, 1957

Box/Folder: 12 : 4-5

Naša Stvarnost, 1960 and undated

Box/Folder: 12 : 6

Poruka, November 1954

Box/Folder: 12 : 7

Klic Triglava, June 1960

Box/Folder: 12 : 8

Glas Kanadskih Srba, February 1960

Box/Folder: 12 : 9

"Who Pulled the Trigger? Soviet Historians and the Origins of World War II," Notes and Views, circa 1960

Box/Folder: 12 : 10

Beli Orao, May/June 1961

Box/Folder: 12 : 11

Orbis, winter 1962

Box/Folder: 12 : 12

National Review, 1962

Box/Folder: 12 : 13

Iskra, May 1965

Box/Folder: 12 : 14

Sloboda, December 1967

Box/Folder: 12 : 15

Jugoslavija, August-September 1947

Box/Folder: 12 : 16

The Serbian Review, June 1968

Box/Folder: 12 : 17

The Serbian National Committee Information Bulletin, 1968

Box/Folder: 12 : 18

Glas Ravne Gore, 1968, 1972

Box/Folder: 12 : 19

Parohiski Vesnik, December 1969

Box/Folder: 12 : 20

"Draža Mihailović club," flyers, 1969

Box/Folder: 12 : 21

Glas Srpske Opštine, London, December 1969, April 1971, March 1972

Box/Folder: 12 : 22

"Events in Hungary, Chronology 1933-1944," undated

Box/Folder: 12 : 23-25

Clippings in Serbo-Croatian, French, and English, 1941-1971

Box/Folder: 12 : 26-27

Clippings in English, 1941-1971, 1948-1968 and undated

Box: 13

Oversize materials, 1968-1941

Scope and Content Note

Consists of certificates, land registry record, and government documents.

Arrangement

Arranged by physical form in two groups
Box: 13 : 1-2

Svjedočanstvo, holograph, 1868, a land-registry record that includes additions to the document from 1928, 1934

Box: 13 : 1-2

School and degree records, 1906-1922

Box: 13 : 1-2

Acceptance certificate of Vladimir J. Milanović as a Royal Yugoslav embassy second secretary in Rome by the Italian government, April 1924

Box: 13 : 1-2

Decree on the appointment and salary grades, 1926, 1927, 1928

Box: 13 : 1-2

Certificates of pilgrimage to the Basilica of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem, 12-25 May 1941, and 23 May-5 June 1941

Box: 13 : 3

Royal Yugoslav embassy, Sofia, Bulgaria, 1940

Scope and Content Note

Minutes of the Royal Yugoslav embassy meeting on transferring the office to a new ambassador and inventory lists of the embassy offices in Sofia and Varna