Correspondence, writings, printed matter, personal documents, and photographs relating to twentieth-century Yugoslav political
history and to Serbian émigré affairs.
Časlav M. Nikitović (Chaslav Nikitovich) was born in 1901 in the city of Čačak in central Serbia. His primary and secondary
education was local, after which he went on to Paris to study law at the Sorbonne, where he received his doctorate in 1928.
After the publication of several books, his expertise in law, economics, and finance was applied to politics, when he was
elected from Macedonia to the Yugoslav parliament in 1935.
8 manuscript boxes
(3.3 Linear Feet)
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