Benjamin Curtis is a professor of European history and politics at the University of Seattle. He is a frequent visitor to Croatia as an educational tour guide and he reads and speaks the language fluently.
An excellent series of brief histories. --The New York Times-- "The New York Times"
Ideal before-you-go reading. --The Daily Telegraph-- "The Daily Telegraph"
In this concise volume, Curtis does an admirable job of condensing the lengthy and complex history of Croatia, from Roman times to the present-day debates over whether the country should join the European Union. --Library Journal-- "Library Journal"
Invaluable. Whether you're travelling or not. --The Guardian-- "The Guardian"