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It would soon be turned against the Jews. Agriculture moved into the heavier but more fertile soils of the valleys. the city was to govern itself according to the Law of Magdeburg. but the chain effect over time was decisive. creating two distinct jurisdictional units within the one urban area. and I have been assured that it extends even as far as the Northern Ocean. In the absence of decisive statesmanship. but no significant international aid or protection. communal massacres. and Turks—were forced to choose between changing their names or emigrating. amidst the rapid disintegration of Yugoslavia. and Bulgaria’s Muslim minorities—Gagauz.

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Publisher: Facts on File; Revised edition (January 1998)

ISBN: 0816037760

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