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Albania is bordered to the west by the Adriatic and Ionian seas, to the north and north-east by Yugoslavia, to the east by the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, and to the south and south-east by Greece. It is a small country, its greatest width (from east to west) being 93 miles and its greatest length (from north to south) 208 miles; with an area of 11,100 square miles it is slightly larger than Wales or Rhode Island. Albania is mountainous, with seventy-seven per cent of its territory classed as hill or mountain.
Albanian newspapers suspended. Hundreds of Albanian activists arrested191228 November: Albanian independence proclaimed by Ismail Qemali in Vlora. Fighting breaks out between Albanian and Greek communities in the area of Himara 1912-13The Balkan Wars. Serbs occupy Durrës1913Massacre of Albanians by Serbian and Montenegrin soldiers in Kosova, Macedonia and Montenegro. Massive forced exodus of Albanians to Turkey. Greek forces occupy Gjirokastra and Tepelena. London Conference of Great Powers recognizes Albania's independence with new borders, but excluding over one third of the Albanian population 19147 March: Great Powers place Prince Wilhelm zu Wied at head of government Page xxxi 3 September: zu Wied withdraws from government October: Italy seizes Sazan Island1915Serbs capture Elbasan.
G. A. Hughes 197 St. Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha, Alan Day 198 Budapest, Mátyás Sárközi 199 Lisbon, John Laidlar 200 Cambodia, Helen Jarvis 201 Vienna, C. M. Peniston-Bird 202 Corsica, Grace L. Hudson 203 Amsterdam, André van Os Dedicated to all those Albanians whose lives have been disrupted by violence and human rights abuses; and to the hope that Albanians everywhere may emerge from all kinds of oppression through the centuries to a peaceful global future and the freedom to enjoy their rich cultural heritage.
Albania (World Bibliographical Series) by Antonia Young