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Grijak, Zoran. Zagreb: Hrvatski institut za povijest Croatian Institute of History , Zoran Grijak, a research associate at the Institute for Croatian History in Zagreb, has produced an account of Stadler and his times that could very well fulfill Sarkotic's hope. With Stadler's career as the principal focus, Grijak provides a comprehensive analysis of intergroup relations within Bosnia during Austro-Hungarian rule Stadler's life in Bosnia closely paralleled the years of the monarchy's rule.
He arrived in Sarajevo in early to become the first Archbishop of Vrhbosna a new position created by agreement between the Habsburg monarchy and the Vatican , and he died in late just as the Austro-Hungarian government was being superseded by the Kingdom of the Slovenians, Croats, and Serbs.
Stadler enjoyed a long and multifaceted career as a religious leader. He engaged in frequent contention with Franciscan friars, sought to unify Eastern Orthodox churches Author: Husnija Kamberovic. Date: Annual From: Austrian History Yearbook Vol. Publisher: Cambridge University Press. Document Type: Book review. Length: words. Access from your library This is a preview.
Get the full text through your school or public library. Source Citation Kamberovic, Husnija. Accessed 4 June
Kamberović, Husnija 1963-