The Muslims of Bosnia-Herzegovina: Their Historic Development from the Middle Ages to the Dissolution of Yugoslavia
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ONE The Medieval and Ottoman Roots
TWO Bosnia Under Ottoman Rule 14631800
THREE Ottoman Bosnia 18001878
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Austrian Austrian administration Austrian authorities Austrian rule Austro-Hungarian Babinger Balkans Banaluka became Belgrade Bogomil Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia province Bosnia-Herzegovina Bosnian church Bosnian Muslims Bulgaria campaign Catholic Center for Middle central Chetnik Christian cizye conversion Croatia Croats cultural Drina Dzabic economic emigration ethnic European fortress Franciscan Habsburg Hersek Hungarian Hungary imperial Inalcik included institutions Islam Istanbul Izvornik kapudans king kmets L.C. Call landholders landlords lands large number Mahmud major map found map:col medieval Mehmed Middle Eastern Studies military Montenegro mosques Mostar Muslim population nineteenth century Orthodox Osman Ottoman Bosnia Ottoman conquest Ottoman empire Ottoman officials Ottoman period Ottoman provinces Ottoman rule party Pasha peasants percent political Purivatra reforms region sancak-begi sanjak Sarajevo Scale Serbian Serbs Serbs and Croats significant Slavic Slavs Stefan sultan tahrir territory tion traditional Travnik Turkish Turks Tursun Beg Ustasa Vienna vilayet Yenipazar Yugoslav Yugoslavia Zagreb