Bojan Dimitrijevic is working as a historian and is Deputy Director of the Institute for Contemporary History, Belgrade, Serbia. Educated at the Universities of Belgrade and Novi Sad, CEU Budapest and the University of Bradford, he has also worked as the custodian of the Yugoslav Aviation Museum. During the period 2003-2009, Dimitrijevic served as advisor to the Minister of Defence, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, the President of Serbia, and as Assistant to the Minister of Defence. He has published over 50 different books and more than 100 scientific articles in Serbia and abroad. His professional interest is in the military history of the former Yugoslavia and Balkans in World War Two, the Cold War as well as wars in the 1990s. This is his first instalment for Helion.
"...a truly good book on a series of events that few people know
anything about."-- "ModelingMadness.Com"
"Dozens of rare, previously unpublished photos season the study. Twenty-one color plates - eight military vehicles by David Bocquelet, four uniforms by Anderson Subtil, and nine aircraft by Tom Cooper - provide plenty of period project prospects."-- "Cybermodeler"
"Excellent background and military comparison of the Western confrontation with Tito's Yugoslav Army over the city of Trieste from the end of WWII to the mid 1950s."-- "Historical Miniatures Gaming Society"
"These photos certainly give you a good perspective of the events described. I am looking forward to future volumes in Helion's Europe @ War series."-- "IPMS/USA"