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  1. Albanian: Webster's Timeline History, 451 - 2007 by Icon Group International, 2009-06-06
  2. History of Albania: Albanian Declaration of Independence, History of theAlbanian state, Provisional Government of Albania,Principality of Albania, Albanian Republic, Albanian Kingdom
  3. Communist legacies in the Albanian landscape.: An article from: The Geographical Review by Dean S. Rugg, 1994-01-01
  4. The Wild Albanian by Wadham Peacock, 2000-11
  5. Representations of place: Albania.: An article from: The Geographical Journal by Derek R. Hall, 1999-07-01

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civil rights, penal and international right, organizing of gendarmerie, other policeforces, world literature, albanian geography, hygiene, foreign language
State Police Criminal Police Order Police Border Police ... State Police I Ministry of Public Order I Academy ACADEMY The development of police education The Status of the Academy Acceptance in the Police Academy The Teaching Staff of the Academy ... Educational Process POLI CE ACADEMY Arben ZYLYFTARI The development of education and qualification of police forces in Albania has continued in compliance with the history of the Albanian State as well as with the organizing and functioning of these forces. The Temporary Government of Vlora established in November 1912, together with the measures taken for setting up the Albanian Government on January 13, 1913, at the same time created the police and the gendarmerie. Since the year 1913 up to the end of the years 1930, because of the tradition, of the features of the terrene, of the foreign indicators etc,; the main activities of the order police forces were mainly accomplished by the gendarmerie, not too much from the police. This is the reason of the ancient development of the professional education for the gendarmerie. The beginning of the professional education for order police forces in Albania belong to June of 1919, when in Tirana it was opened for the first time the First School of Gendarmerie, which was responsible for the education of the officers, lieutenant officers and of the troop of gendarmerie. According to the documents of the archives it is assessed that the program of this school was a very good one. This because of the fact that the school and its curriculum were thought and prepared by the Italian organizers.

5. Albania The Rise Of Albanian Nationalism - Flags, Maps, Economy, Geography, Clim
Albania The Rise of albanian Nationalism Flags, Maps, Economy, geography, Climate, Natural Resources, Current Issues, International Agreements, Population, Social Statistics, Political System, immigration Introduction. History. geography. People. Government. Gov. Leaders only a precarious hold on Macedonia and the albanian-populated lands. The albanians' fear that the lands they

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      < BACK TO HISTORY CONTENTS The 1877-78 Russo-Turkish War dealt a decisive blow to Ottoman power in the Balkan Peninsula, leaving the empire with only a precarious hold on Macedonia and the Albanian-populated lands. The Albanians' fear that the lands they inhabited would be partitioned among Montenegro, Serbia, Bulgaria, and Greece fueled the rise of Albanian nationalism. The first postwar treaty, the abortive Treaty of San Stefano (see Glossary) signed on March 3, 1878, assigned Albanian-populated lands to Serbia, Montenegro, and Bulgaria. Austria-Hungary and Britain blocked the arrangement because it awarded Russia a predominant position in the Balkans and thereby upset the European balance of power. A peace conference to settle the dispute was held later in the year in Berlin. At first the Ottoman authorities supported the Prizren League, but the Sublime Porte pressed the delegates to declare themselves to be first and foremost Ottomans rather than Albanians. Some delegates supported this position and advocated emphasizing Muslim solidarity and the defense of Muslim lands, including present-day Bosnia and Hercegovina. Other representatives, under Frasheri's leadership, focused on working toward Albanian autonomy and creating a sense of Albanian identity that would cut across religious and tribal lines. Because conservative Muslims constituted a majority of the representatives, the Prizren League supported maintenance of Ottoman suzerainty.
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    Nationality noun albanian(s) adjective albanian. Ethnic groups practice.Languages albanian (Tosk is the official dialect), Greek. Literacy

      Population: 3,364,571 (July 1999 est.) Age structure:
      0-14 years: 33% (male 568,642; female 530,088) 15-64 years: 61% (male 957,561; female 1,105,870) 65 years and over: 6% (male 84,280; female 118,130) (1999 est.) Population growth rate: 1.05% (1999 est.) Birth rate: 20.74 births/1,000 population (1999 est.) Death rate: 7.35 deaths/1,000 population (1999 est.) Net migration rate: -2.93 migrant(s)/1,000 population (1999 est.) Sex ratio: at birth: 1.08 male(s)/female under 15 years: 1.07 male(s)/female 15-64 years: 0.87 male(s)/female 65 years and over: 0.71 male(s)/female total population: 0.92 male(s)/female (1999 est.) Infant mortality rate: 42.9 deaths/1,000 live births (1999 est.) Life expectancy at birth: total population: 69 years male: 65.92 years female: 72.33 years (1999 est.) Total fertility rate: 2.5 children born/woman (1999 est.) Nationality: noun: Albanian(s) adjective: Albanian Ethnic groups: Albanian 95%, Greeks 3%, other 2% (Vlachs, Gypsies, Serbs, and Bulgarians) (1989 est.)

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    10. Albania THE ALBANIAN LANDS UNDER OTTOMAN DOMINATION, 1385-1876 - Flags, Maps, Ec
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      < BACK TO HISTORY CONTENTS The expanding Ottoman Empire overpowered the Balkan Peninsula in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. At first, the feuding Albanian clans proved no match for the armies of the sultan (see Glossary). In the fifteenth century, however, Skanderbeg united the Albanian tribes in a defensive alliance that held up the Ottoman advance for more than two decades. His family's banner, bearing a black two-headed eagle on a red field, became the flag under which the Albanian national movement rallied centuries later. Five centuries of Ottoman rule left the Albanian people fractured along religious, regional, and tribal lines. The first Albanians to convert to Islam were young boys forcibly conscripted into the sultan's military and administration. In the early seventeenth century, however, Albanians converted to Islam in great numbers. Within a century, the Albanian Islamic community was split between Sunni (see Glossary) Muslims and adherents to the Bektashi (see Glossary) sect. The Albanian people also became divided into two distinct tribal and dialectal groupings, the Gegs and Tosks. In the rugged northern mountains, Geg shepherds lived in a tribal society often completely independent of Ottoman rule. In the south, peasant Muslim and Orthodox Tosks worked the land for Muslim beys, provincial rulers who frequently revolted against the sultan's authority. In the nineteenth century, the Ottoman sultans tried in vain to shore up their collapsing empire by introducing a series of reforms aimed at reining in recalcitrant local officials and dousing the fires of nationalism among its myriad peoples. The power of nationalism, however, proved too strong to counteract.
  • 11. Albania Albanian-Yugoslav Tensions - Flags, Maps, Economy, Geography, Climate, N
    Albania albanianYugoslav Tensions - Flags, Maps, Economy, geography, Climate, NaturalResources, Current Issues, International Agreements, Population, Social

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      < BACK TO HISTORY CONTENTS Until Yugoslavia's expulsion from the Cominform (see Glossary) in 1948, Albania acted like a Yugoslav satellite and Tito aimed to use his choke hold on the Albanian party to incorporate the entire country into Yugoslavia. After Germany's withdrawal from Kosovo in late 1944, Yugoslavia's communist partisans took possession of the province and committed retaliatory massacres against Albanians. Before World War II, the Communist Party of Yugoslavia had supported transferring Kosovo to Albania, but Yugoslavia's postwar communist regime insisted on preserving the country's prewar borders. In repudiating the 1943 Mukaj agreement under pressure from the Yugoslavs, Albania's communists had consented to restore Kosovo to Yugoslavia after the war. In January 1945, the two governments signed a treaty reincorporating Kosovo into Yugoslavia as an autonomous province. Shortly thereafter, Yugoslavia became the first country to recognize Albania's provisional government. The Yugoslav government clearly regarded investment in Albania as investment in the future of Yugoslavia itself. Joint Albanian-Yugoslav companies were created for mining, railroad construction, the production of petroleum and electricity, and international trade. Yugoslav investments led to the construction of a sugar refinery in Korçë, a food-processing plant in Elbasan, a hemp factory at Rrogozhine, a fish cannery in Vlorë, and a printing press, telephone exchange, and textile mill in Tiranë. The Yugoslavs also bolstered the Albanian economy by paying three times the world price for Albanian copper and other materials.
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    Albania: Geography
    Southeastern Europe, bordering the Adriatic Sea and Ionian Sea, between Greece and Serbia and Montenegro
    Area: total: 28,748 sq km land: 27,398 sq km

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    Dr. Dhimiter Doka Head off Department, Tourism geography albanian Regional geography.Prof.As. Dr. Sabri Laci, Rural geography geography of albanian Territories.
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    geography. Albania streams. The coastal area of this region, for the magnificentbeauty it represents, has been named after albanian Riviera.
    Travel to Albania ATHS Packages Reservation Desk Albanian - Shqip ... Contact US SOME DATA ON GEOGRAPHY, DEMOGRAPHY, CLIMATE, FLORA, FAUNA AND NATIONAL PARKS Geography Albania lies on the Western part of the Balkan Peninsula. It is situated between latitude 39 grade 38'- 42 grade 39' North and longitude 19 grade 16'- 21 grade 4' East. It extends over an area of 28,748 square kilometers. It is located in the main cross roads linking the West and the East. Albania is located in the area GMT+1 (From March 28 GMT+2) In the western part of the country lie the Western Lowlands, with a mainly plain relief and rich vegetation of this type. Along the whole coastline, in the lowland area from Shkodra to Vlora, there are numerous beaches with healthy Mediterranean climate. The Western Lowland area has a rich hydrograph. It is permeated by numerous rivers and spotted by lakes of tectonic and karst origin, which further add the beauty to the area. In the northern part of the lowland area, there is the Shkodra lake. The Shiroka beach stretches along its shores. Along the Adriatic coastline, the Western Lowland area forms numerous bays with clear water and fine sand, which are very suitable sites for coastal tourism.

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    18. Geography And Ethnic Geography Of The Balkans To 1500
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    Preface Complete list of lectures Next lecture One can't understand the Balkans without understanding its ethnic groups, and one can't understand the ethnic groups and their history without knowing the influence of the region's geography.
    Even the extent of the "Balkan" region is a matter of controversy. Many scholars, especially those writing in the Cold War era, have included only the Communist states, and linked them with Czechoslovakia, Poland and East Germany, omitting Greece and ignoring Turkey and the Ottoman era. Other historians exclude Hungary, Croatia, and other Habsburg lands, because of their "central" European character, supposedly contrary to Balkan themes. But the presence of contradictory themes is itself characteristically Balkan.
    For the purposes of this course of lectures, the Balkan area includes Greece, Bulgaria, Yugoslavia, Romania, Albania, and Hungary. Most of this area was once under Ottoman Turkish rule; the rest under the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The lectures will not deal with all of the Ottoman Empire, which extended into Asia and Africa, or other Habsburg lands such as Czechoslovakia and Poland.
    Balkan geography revolves around three features: the area's situation as a peninsula, its mountains, and its rivers.

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    Geographical Facts of Albania Location: Southeastern Europe, bordering the Adriatic Sea and Ionian Sea, between Greece and Serbia and Montenegro Geographic coordinates: 41 00 N, 20 00 E Map references: Europe Area: total: 28,748 sq km land: 27,398 sq km water: 1,350 sq km Area - comparative: slightly smaller than Maryland Land boundaries: total: 720 km border countries: Greece 282 km, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia 151 km, Serbia and Montenegro 287 km (114 km with Serbia, 173 km with Montenegro) Coastline: 362 km Maritime claims: continental shelf: 200-m depth or to the depth of exploitation territorial sea: 12 nm Climate: mild temperate; cool, cloudy, wet winters; hot, clear, dry summers; interior is cooler and wetter

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    • Population:
      3,413,904 (July 1995 est.)
          IMF, working with Albanian government figures, estimates the population at 3,120,000 in 1993 and that the population has fallen since 1990
        • Age structure:
            0-14 years:
              32% (female 520,186; male 563,953)
                15-64 years:
                  62% (female 1,026,321; male 1,104,371)
                    65 years and over:
                      6% (female 112,252; male 86,821) (July 1995 est.)
                    • Population growth rate: 1.16% (1995 est.)
                    • Birth rate: 21.7 births/1,000 population (1995 est.)
                    • Death rate: 5.22 deaths/1,000 population (1995 est.)
                    • Net migration rate: -4.88 migrant(s)/1,000 population (1995 est.)
                    • Infant mortality rate: 28.1 deaths/1,000 live births (1995 est.)
                    • Life expectancy at birth:
                        total population:
                          73.81 years
                              70.83 years
                                  77.02 years (1995 est.)
                                • Total fertility rate: 2.71 children born/woman (1995 est.)
                                • Nationality:
                                        • Ethnic divisions: Albanian 95%, Greeks 3%, other 2% (Vlachs, Gypsies, Serbs, and Bulgarians) (1989 est.)

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