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WWI and 1920s military history book – “Paramilitarism in the Balkans” (Oxford University Press, 2020) – Dmitar Tasic interview

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Dmitar Tasic studies and teaches Balkan history. He’s recently published a book on his studies of the paramilitary groups that existed in Yugoslavia and surrounding regions during WWI and into the 1920s. We spoke about the subject and the book.
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Check out this book here   https://amzn.to/3jlpFQP
Dmitar Tasic studies and teaches Balkan history. He’s recently published a book on his studies of the paramilitary groups that existed in Yugoslavia and surrounding regions during WWI and into the 1920s. We spoke about the subject and the book.
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0:45- Dmitar explains how he got interested in paramilitarism in the Balkans.
2:27 – Dmitar explains why the book covers 1917 to 1924.
6:01 – Dmitar defines paramilitary in this situation.
9:00 – Dmitar talks about the gear of paramilitary forces.
13:17 – Dmitar talks about the type of men who became paramilitaries.
16:04 – Dmitar talks about the organization of these groups and casualty numbers.
21:18 – Dmitar discusses how much democracy there was in these paramilitary organization.
25:42 – Dmitar talks about how Ottoman rule affected the development of these paramilitary forces.
31:00 – Dmitar talks about Ottoman reprisals against [the] uprisings.
33:17 – Dmitar talks how these groups were provided weapons and gear.
36:21 – Dmitar talks about what resources he used for his research.
38:07 – Dmitar talks about some of the research difficulties he had in his research because of the communist regimes.
42:24 – Dmitar talks about reading police reports about paramilitary events. He also discusses how these organizations were able to accommodate themselves with state support.
50:05 – Dmitar talks about the social activities of these groups.
54:55 – Dmitar talks about being impressed by their physical and mental strength.
1:04:33 – Dmitar can be found on academia.edu.
 
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Guests: Dmitar Tasic
Host: Cris Alvarez
Tags: military, history, military history, conflict, war, interview, non-fiction book, Albania, Yugoslavia, Macedonia, war studies, Dublin, revolutions, WWI, Great War, civil war, Bulgaria, counter-insurgency, Balkans, Serbia, Ottoman, Greece, Austria-Hungary, guerilla warfare, Yugoslav army, corruption, Young Turks, Turkey, Kosovo, Belgrade, WWII, Muslim Bosniac, Black Hand, Bolsheviks, Comintern, Trotsky, USSR, Gestapo, White Russians
 
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