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UDC 93/99 (058)

ISSN 0350 1159

INSTITUT ZA ISTORIJU U SARAJEVU

PRILOZI
CONTRIBUTIONS

Prilozi Contributions, 43, 1-144, Sarajevo, 2014.

EDITORIAL BOARD

Gjorgi Cakarjanevski, Institute for National History, Skopje, Makedonia

Robert J. Donia, Center for Russian & East European Studies, University of
Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA

Amir Duranovi (Editorail Board Assistant), Faculty of Philosophy, Sarajevo,


Bosnia and Hercegovina

Hannes Grandits, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany

Mustafa Imamovi, Faculty of Law, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Hercegovina

Tomislav Iek, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Hercegovina

Zoran Janjetovi, Institute for Recent History of Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia

Devad Juzbai, Academy of Sceinces and Arts of Bosnia and Hercegovina,


Sarajevo, Bosnia and Hercegovina

Zdenko Radeli, Croatian Institute for History, Zagreb, Croatia

Edin Radui, Faculty of Philosophy , Sarajevo, Bosnia and Hercegovina

Jasna Turkalj, Croatian Institute for History, Zagreb, Croatia

Behija Zlatar, Institute for Oriental Studies, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Hercegovina
Editor-in-Chief:
HUSNIJA KAMBEROVI
husnijak@bih.net.ba

Scientific point of view in certain articles reflect the views of the author,
and not necessary the Editorial Board.

Supported by:

Bosna i Hercegovina
Federacija Bosne i Hercegovine
Vlada Federacije Bosne i Hercegovine

Federalno ministarstvo obrazovanja i nauke

UDC 93/99 (058)


Prilozi Contributions, 43, Sarajevo, 2014, 1-144.

ISSN 0350 1159

CONTENTS

Editors Notes (Husnija Kamberovi) ................................................................................... 5

1. Husnija Kamberovi, Commemoration of the First World War


in Bosnia and Herzegovina............................................................................................. 7
2. Mustafa Imamovi, The First Critical Approach to Young Bosnia.............................. 17
3. James Lyon, Habsburg Sarajevo 1914: A Social Picture............................................. 23
4. Horst Haselsteiner, Ungarn und das Attentat am Vidov dan im Juni 1914.
Die ungarische Opposition im Reichsrat und die Schsse
in Bosniens Hauptstadt................................................................................................. 41
5. Robert J. Donia, Iconography of an Assassin: Gavrilo Princip from Terrorist
to Celebrity.................................................................................................................... 57
6. Bojan Aleksov, Forgotten Yugoslavism and anti-clericalism
of Young Bosnians......................................................................................................... 79
7. Guido van Hengel, Up in flames - Gavrilo Princip and the City............................. 89
8. Vera Katz, Ideological use of the memorial plaques dedicated to
Gavrilo Princip in the upbringing and education of generations
of youth in Bosnia and Hercegovina ............................................................................ 99
9. Selma Harrington, The politics of memory: the face and the place
of the Sarajevo Assassination .....................................................................................113
10. Index........................................................................................................................... 141
11. Guidelines for the authors........................................................................................... 143

Editors Notes
Prilozi Contributions, 43, Sarajevo, 2014, 5-6

EDITORS NOTES
In the year when the whole world was remembering the beginning of the First
World War, a scientific conference on the topic of The Great War: Regional Approaches and Global Contexts, was organised in Sarajevo from 18 to 21 June 2014.
The Conference was organised by: the Institute for History of the University of Sarajevo (Sarajevo); Institute for East and Southeast European Studies (Regensburg),
Research Centre for the Humanities of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (Budapest), Institute for Balkan Studies and Thracology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (Sofia), Institute for National History (Skopje), Institute for Contemporary
History (Ljubljana), Croatian Institute for History (Zagreb) and the Center for Southeast European Studies at the University of Graz (Graz). Over 120 papers, which will
be published in a special edition of conference proceedings, were presented at the
conference. The conference itself was held in an atmosphere of great political and
media pressure, prevailingly led by the media in Serbia as well as by some circles in
Bosnia and Herzegovina itself. Contrary to the usual diplomatic conduct, the Embassy of the Republic of France to Bosnia and Herzegovina and its ambassador Roland
Gilles, were actively involved in their campaign against the Conference during its
preparation, which resulted in the fact that the Conference did not receive any financial support, while obstacles, such as allegations that the conference involving the
countries that were defeated in the First World War was to be organised in Sarajevo, spread by some academic circles in Serbia and France, speaks more about their
compliance with political influence, rather than of attitudes that could have changed
the scientific character of the conference.
This issue of Contributions Prilozi includes some of the articles that elaborate
the theme of the Sarajevo Assassination Centennial. Two articles (Mustafa Imamovi
and Vera Katz) were published earlier, and one (Horst Haselsteiner) was written especially for this review. In his article, Imamovi demonstrates how, at the beginning
of the 1970ies, a new interpretation of the Sarajevo Assassination started emerging,
while James Lyon and Horst Haselsteiner have offered their depictions of the situation and circumstances in Sarajevo on the eve of the Assassination. Robert J. Donia, Bojan Aleksov and Guido van Hengel focus their attention on the Assassination
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Editors Notes
Prilozi Contributions, 43, Sarajevo, 2014, 5-6

itself, offering new views on Gavrilo Princip and the Young Bosnia organisation,
while Vera Katz and Selma Harrington have dealt with the culture of remembrance
of the 1914 Sarajevo Assassination. Once again, I would emphasise that this is only a
small selection from the papers presented at the Conference, the selection we wanted
to share with our readers before the complete conference proceedings are published.
Husnija Kamberovi
Editor-in-Chief