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Selections of the same material are also published in the 'Summaries of World Broadcasts' published by the BBC Monitoring Service in Caversham, Reading, England. Acknowledgments I am indebted to many for advice, assistance and encouragement in compiling this bibliography. ) was recently published, provided the entries on Page xxv newspapers and periodicals as well as the section in the introduction which deals with them. He and Nigel Young have seen this project through from first suggestions to final editing.

Is Professor of History at Tulane University, New Orleans. He is the author of Central America, a Nation Divided, 2nd ed. (1985), as well as several monographs and more than seventy scholarly articles on modern Latin America. He has also compiled volumes in the World Bibliographical Series on Belize (1980), El Salvador (1988), Guatemala (Rev. ) (1992) and Nicaragua (Rev. ) (1994). Dr. Woodward edited the Central American section of the Research Guide to Central America and the Caribbean (1985) and is currently associate editor of Scribner's Encyclopedia of Latin American History.

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. Its average height above sea-level of 2,323 feet is about twice the average for Europe as a whole. Mountain chains stretch along the northern, eastern and southern frontiers (the highest mountain is Mount Korab [9,025 feet] in the eastern chain), while in the west, lowlands extend inland from the coast for some thirty miles.

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