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Südosteuropa-Bibliographie [Southeast Europe Bibliography]

Published by the Institute for Southeast European Studies
Edited by Gertrud Krallert-Sattler, Manfred Stoy, Gerhard Seewann

When the Institute for Southeast European Studies began to work on bibliographies on Southeast Europe in the early 1950s, it was difficult to gain access to literature and book data from countries behind the Iron Curtain, not only because of the Cold War, but also because the research instrument that is most commonly used nowadays – the Internet – did not yet exist. The special value of the biographies that have been published since 1956 is attributable to their annotation of the book and essay data, thus enabling a content-related search.
The series itself is not being continued.

Volume 1: 1945–1950.
Part 1: Slowakei, Rumänien, Bulgarien [Slovakia, Romania, Bulgaria]. Munich 1956. 91 pages. 2nd edition with supplement. 1968. 96 pages
Part 2: Jugoslawien, Ungarn, Albanien, Südosteuropa und größere Räume [Yugoslavia, Hungary, Albania, Southeast Europe and Larger Regions]. Munich 1959. 263 pages

Volume 2: 1951–1955.
Part 1: Südosteuropa und größere Teilräume, Jugoslawien, Ungarn [Southeast Europe and Larger Sub-Regions, Yugoslavia, Hungary]. Munich 1960. 360 pages
Part 2: Albanien, Bulgarien, Rumänien, Slowakei [Albania, Bulgaria, Romania, Slovakia]. Munich 1962. Pages 364–696.

Volume 3: 1956–1960.
Part 1: Slowakei, Ungarn, Rumänien [Slovakia, Hungary, Romania]. Munich 1964. 519 pages
Part 2: Albanien, Bulgarien, Jugoslawien, Südosteuropa und größere Teilräume [Albania, Bulgaria, Yugoslavia, Southeast Europe and Larger Sub-Regions]. Munich 1968. 634 pages

Volume 4: 1961–1965.
Part 1: Südosteuropa und größere Teilräume, Ungarn, Rumänien, Slowakei [Southeast Europe and Larger Sub-Regions, Hungary, Romania, Slovakia]. Munich 1971. 695 pages
Part 2: Albanien, Bulgarien, Jugoslawien [Albania, Bulgaria, Yugoslavia]. Munich 1973. 639 pages

Volume 5: 1966–1970.
Part 1: Südosteuropa und größere Teilräume, Rumänien, Ungarn, Slowakei [Southeast Europe and Larger Sub-Regions, Romania, Hungary, Slovakia]. Munich 1982. 859 pages
Part 2: Albanien, Bulgarien, Jugoslawien [Albania, Bulgaria, Yugoslavia]. Munich 1976. 796 pages

Volume 6: 1971–1980.
Part 1: Rumänien [Romania]. Edited by Manfred Stoy / Gerhard Seewann. Munich 1992. XV, 664 pages

Supplementary volumes:
Bestandskatalog der Bibliothek des Südost-Instituts München [Inventory Catalog of the Institute for Southeast European Studies’ Library in Munich]. Volume 1: Druckschriften 1529–1945 [Printed Publications 1529–1945]. Edited by Gerhard Seewann. Munich 1990. XLVII, 840 pages (Südosteuropa-Bibliographie / Supplementary Volume, 1).

Südost-Institut München. 1930–1990 [Institute for Southeast European Studies in Munich. 1930–1990]. In Honor of Mathias Bernath on the Occasion of his 70th Birthday. Edited by Karl Nehring. Munich 1990. 307 pages: III. (Südosteuropa-Bibliographie / Supplementary Volume, 2).

Bibliographisches Handbuch der ethnischen Gruppen Südosteuropas [Bibliographic Handbook of Ethnic Groups in Southeast Europe]. 2 Volumes. Edited by Gerhard Seewann / Péter Dippold. Munich 1997. XC, 1450 pages + map (Südosteuropa-Bibliographie / Supplementary Volume, 3).

Historische Bücherkunde Südosteuropa [Historical Bibliography Southeast Europe]. Volume 2.2: Rumänien 1521–1918 [Romania 1521–1918]. Edited by Manfred Stoy. Munich 2002. XX, 687 pages (Südosteuropa-Bibliographie / Supplementary Volume, 4).

Südost-Institut München. 1930–2005. [Institute for Southeast European Studies in Munich. 1930–2005]. In Honor of Edgar Hösch on the Occasion of his 70th Birthday. Edited by Karl Nehring. Munich 2005. 210, [2] pages: III. (Südosteuropa-Bibliographie / Supplementary Volume, 5).