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Introduction
A note on methodology
What is the nation? Towards a teleological model ofnationalism
Myths of the nation: teleology and time
Myths of covenant and renewal
Primary myths of identification
The golden age of nationalism
Negative myths of identification
A taxonomy of Fall and persecution myths
Modernism and its approach to nationalism
Conclusions
Instrumentalising the Holocaust: from universalisation to relativism
Biblical and Jewish ethics: nationalism and Zionism
Universalising the Holocaust
The comparative genocide debate and the Holocaust
The Holocaust as unique in the annals of comparative genocide
Against uniqueness: multiple genocides and holocausts in history
‘Acting’ like a victim: the Holocaust as ‘performative’
Slobodan Milosˇevic´ and the construction of Serbophobia
Contextualising propaganda: the rise of Serbian nationalism
‘Kosovo’ and the development of Serbian consciousness
Renewal of the Serbian Orthodox Church
Generalising Kosovo: Serbian and Jewish connections
The first targets: myths of persecution and the Kosovar Albanians
Contextualising Serbian nationalism in Croatia
Serbian territorial claims in the Krajina and Eastern Slavonia
Moral claims: the myth of ‘Serbophobia’
Serbian interpretations of the first Yugoslavia
Croatia, ‘Greater Serbianism’, and the conflict between East and West
The beginnings of Croatian nationalism
Contextualising the war in Croatia
Croatia confronts ‘Greater Serbia’
Croatian perceptions of the first Yugoslavia
Croatian state right and the Antemurale Christianitatis
The civilisational divide between East and West
The myth of Medjugorje
The different racial origins of the Serbs
A short overview of the Second World War
Rehabilitating the NDH: conflicting perceptions among the Croats
Serbian views of the Ustasˇa and Cˇetniks
Croatian views of the Cˇetniks
Anti-Semitism in Croatia: Stepinac and the people
Serbian views of collaboration and anti-Semitism
The myth of Partisan participation
The ‘numbers game’ at Jasenovac
Jasenovac and the Serbian ‘holocaust’
Jasenovac, the Croatians, and the ‘black legend’
Bleiburg: the Croatian ‘holocaust’
Croats and the numbers game
Motives and participants in Bleiburg
Bleiburg as a Ustasˇa ‘sacrifice’
The Communist era: 1945–90
Serbian views of Tito’s Yugoslavia
Administrative versus natural borders
Serbian economic domination
The Serbian character explained
Linguistic repression in Yugoslavia
The rise of Serbian and Croatian nationalism: interpretations
‘Operation storm’
Contemporary fears of the Catholic Church
Croatian views of the war in Croatia
The long-awaited evil – Greater Serbia
Serbian Nazis and collective psychosis
Denouncing constructed nationalism and Islam
The Moslems as ‘fallen’ Serbs: ethnic and territorial dimensions
Bosnian Moslems and their Croatian heritage
Bosnia-Hercegovina as a Croatian land
Analysing Serbian and Croatian arguments
The Moslems as ‘traitors’: the Islamic conspiracy theory
Serbs and the ‘Moslem traitors’ in Bosnia-Hercegovina
Imagining the Islamic state: Serbian perspectives
The Moslems as genocidal killers
Croatian views of the Bosnian Moslems
Assigning blame in Bosnia-Hercegovina
The Bosnian Moslem perspective
Conclusions: confronting relativism in Serbia and Croatia
Religious nationalism and ‘ethnic’ nations
Holocaust imagery and the comparative genocide debate
Instrumentalising the Fall
Western reactions: does the comparative genocide debate work?
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