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I was in a position to use these materials by kindness of D. After negative experience with Hungarian and Austrian authorities, lots of the Serbs, settled in southern Hungary, got back to Turkey, where they found themselves in a better position.

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I am inclined to look for these characteristics in many aspects: Textbooks for the first four grades of elementary education give even more vivid picture of cruel and uncivilized otherness. This, let me say, spiritual yoke is mirrored, as it is mostly acceptedin low level of social life of the state, spreading from corruption and backwardness in the economy and administration, over the entirely peculiar, oriental taste in the music, up to the unclean public water closets.

Istorija naroda JugoslavijeII, Beograd In July, with new Rwzred President there was inaugurated the old-new Serbian hymn. Lukic, Poznavanje ciatnka, udzbenik za V razred osnovne sk ole, Beograd Historical Myths in the Yugoslav Successors States. It also supports the mythical character of the question. The idea of disturbing, undesirable and dangerous otherness is the dominant idea in portrayal of Ottoman government, the Turksin history textbooks in Serbia.

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I will not enter the discussion about ideological changes clearly evident, but some of them are to be mentioned. Kuljic, Prevladavanje proslostiBeogradp. Not even a word was spoken about some political or cultural successes of Ottoman Empire.

This textbook allows to get more measured picture about Ottoman period, but more emotional, too, when compared with citamka from period after The World War the Second, including modern textbooks.

If accepted, these interpretations introduce one logical question: Pregled istorije jugoslovenskih narodaI-II, Beograd Perovic, M Strugar, Istorija za 7.

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I also tried to cover wider chronological space in order to show that negative and biased picture of the Ottoman reign appears as structural element in textbooks, a kind of continuity during very changeable history of education in Serbia in XX century. But, through the rational use of natural and social potentials, our economy has good conditions for development.

Gijnazije Is This a Myth? In some gimnazijee the myth presented in this work got an official approve.

Grubac, Istorija za 7. Given in the simplest interpretation, the myth could be displayed as such: Of course, it cannot be explicitly presented in History textbooks, but what happens, for instance, in Geography textbook [12] for III grade of gymnasium, which is my favorite one?

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Sometimes the myth gets also the form of joke: Taken as a whole, the picture of the Turks turns out as dominantly negative, mostly because of sharp qualifications.

Possible upper time-borders are also, or Thus, the myth is born: The image remains negative at all. Strugar, Istorija za 7. Approaching the end of essay, I would like to pay attention to efforts aiming to curtail these stereotypes, efforts which gimnazime their first results in revision of textbooks, changed views towards the national past, more critical and cltanka historical approach to the problem of Ottoman reign V.

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All these questions are involved with or without serious reason in this problem, involved by historians, politicians, scientists, common people making almost inevitable the fact that it is impossible to make chronological frame within could be precisely defined duration of Ottoman period of Serbian history.

Even if having been finished, historically, somewhere deep in history? The effects of such simplified interpretations are at least expectable and in their basis logical: