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Bosnia-Herzegovina

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Bosnia-Herzegovina is a country in Southern Europe on the Balkan Peninsula. It is home to three ethnic groups: Bosniaks, Serbs and Croats. This politically decentralized country comprises two governing entities: Republika Srpska and Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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1992-1995 So 3 years roughly.
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The main cause of the conflict that occured in Bosnia is the different ethnical divisions that were in the country between the Serbians- who are Orthodox, and the Bosnians- who were mostly Muslims, and Croats who are Catholic. These divisions din't come to a flare until the "president" Tito died. Te…
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The Ottomans and Bosnia had the relationship because Ottoman Empire was a major threat to the people of Bosnia throughout the first half of the 15th century.
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"who cares" was some guy's answer, but mine is a bit different Serbs VS Croats Serbs VS Muslims Muslims VS Croats for a period Muslims against Muslims for a period And naturally, there were Croats and Serbs in the Muslim army ( Bosnian army) so that makes it Serbs vs Serbs Croats Vs Cro…
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no Britain did not declare war on bosnia. Austria-Hungary did
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Bosnia is in South East Europe, in the Balkan peninsula.Bosnia and Herzegovina is a country in South-East Europe, on the Balkan Peninsula. Bordered by Croatiato the north, west and south, Serbia to the east, and Montenegro to the southeast. Bosnia is east of France and Italy, and northwest of Greece…
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Yugoslavia broke into several banana republics: Serbia Montenegro Macedonia Bosnia and Herzegovina Croatia Kosovo Slovenia
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Answer 6 months Can a 6 months stay be extended? If so, how long? Do a U.S. citizen had to report to a U.S. embassy of that country (e.g. like the Philippines)?
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The best thing is to find a website where there are native bosnian teacher who can help you to learn bosnian. See related links for a site you can request help from.
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1 Yugoslavia Dinar (YUM) = 0.0183 US Dollars. 5000000000 Dinar (YUM) = 91,500,000 US Dollars.Refer to www.coinmill.com for currency values.  Yugoslavian Dinar is obsolete, it was dropped off in 2003. Refer to en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yugoslav_dinar
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The war in Bosnia left around 400,000 people dead.
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Answer Blue is for sky White for air Red for bloody land
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51,197 km2. It is slightly smaller then for example West Virginia.
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Bosnia along with Herzegovina and Montenegro were all merged into Serbia, creating Yugoslavia, an entirely new state. The Habsburg Empire was disbanded while Hungary was granted sovereignty.
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Muslim
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Sarajevo is the capital of the country of "Bosnia and Herzegovina".
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goto a travel agent ,check with local library, contact air bosnia airlinesi think Austrian airlines flies there too
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Absolutely NO, the country of Bosnia and all the other surrounding countries having been in conflict for a long time, and the country still hasn't recovered from the war that officially ended in 1998. They are concerned with other issues, while the whole US mindset of curring the world of terrorism …
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Austria- hungary
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Archduke Francis Ferdinand
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The Yugoslavian wars started in the year 1992, and went on until the year 1995.
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This answer was already given to a similar question so I'll quote it. The answer that was already given here was shockingly unhelpful. Hope this helps! In 1878 Bosnia-Herzegovina, which had previously been part of the Ottoman Empire, became an Austrian protectorate - not an integral part of Austri…
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It is a small country in eastern Europe. Bordering it is Croatia, Serbia, Montenegro, and the Adriatic Sea.
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It is having an exchange rate of 1 Dinar = $ 0.0183 USD. I have 250000 Yugoslavian dinar and it is worth $4575.00. This is because Yugoslavia is not a real country anymore, thereby making all their currency something as it is having an ongoing exchange rate in market, or otherwise just a peace of pa…
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Franjo Tuđman was the president of Croatia during Operation Storm. The presidents of Bosnia and Herzegovina at the time were:Alija IzetbegovićFikret AbdićBiljana PlavšićNikola KoljevićStjepan KljujićFranjo BorasEjup Ganić
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Sarajevo
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Franz Ferdinand went to Bosnia to observe the Austro-Hungarian army maneuvers in the hills outside of Sarajevo. The day he was assassinated he was going back to the railroad station from the town hall of Sarajevo.
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Before World War I, Yugoslavian countries were f***ed up (like today). They decided to unite in Yugoslavia, which was a monarchy. People had bad lifes, just like they did before the unification. During the World War II, Nazis occupied Yugoslavia, they created a nazi puppet state of Croatia, and they…
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Any, 1 Old Yugoslavia Dinar (YUM) = 1 Novi Dinar (YUM).
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There is no such language as "Yugoslavian." Please specify: Bosnian, Macedonian, Croatian, Serbian, or Slovene.
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When Yugoslavia was splitting because of religion and ethnic groups, Sebia didn't want this to happen. So, Serbia started war with the 2 largest countries Bosnia - Hercigovina and Croatia.The root of Serbian reluctance to accept the breakage of Yugoslav along the borders of its constituents lies in …
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Muslim 40%, Orthodox 31%, Roman Catholic 15%, other 14% According to CIA
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ratko mladik i thankk , buhh i aintt sureee . look somewheree elsee nigeehh ,
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Bosnia began in medieval time as independent kingdom. (All citizens were called Bosnians no matter what their religion was).
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Bosnia is a very mixed country with 3 major ethnic groups: Bosniaks (also known as Bosnian Muslims), Croats (or Bosnian-Croats) and Serbs (Bosnian-Serbs).The country is divided into 2 parts: Federation of Bosnia Hercegovina (consists of Bosniak and Croat nationals) and Republika Srpska (consists mai…
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Konvertibilna Marka (KM) - "Convertible Mark", which is tied to the value of the German mark.
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Me to have the 1993 Yugoslavija dinar. Can i change in Indonesian rupiah? Where place?
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Theme Today: not Subdivisions in Border [Autoroutes: (Rečice-Maglaj - FBH) (Doboj-Srpski Brod - RS), (Sarajevo-Bugojno - FBH)
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Sarajevo.
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no, haha they do it however they want it
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The Bosnia war started when a guy from on country shot a really important guy from a nother country.
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There is no such language as Yugoslavian. Please specify: Bosnian, Macedonian, Croatian, Serbian, or Slovene
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Macedonian:bakneziCroatian:poljupciSerbian:ljubiSlovene:poljubi
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it Doesn't change
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1994? June 6 - June 8 - Ceasfire negotiations for the Yugoslav War begin in Geneva; they agree to a 1-month cessation of hostilities (which does not last more than a few days)February 6 - Markale Massacres: The Serbian Army mortar shell kills 68 civilians and wounds about 200 in a Sarajevo marketpla…
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There is no such language as "Yugoslavian." Please specify: Bosnian, Macedonian, Croatian, Serbian, or Slovene.
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There is no such language as "Yugoslavian." Please specify: Bosnian, Macedonian, Croatian, Serbian, or Slovene.
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The capital of "Bosnia and Herzegovina" is Sarajevo, the historical capital of Bosnia.
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They have been there all the time. When the Muslims came, around 500 years ago, they wanted people to change their religion. Many of them did to have a better life. A few didn´t change their religion.
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Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia were formerly part of Yugoslavia (full name Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia) until declaring independence in 1992.
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The language spoken in former Yugoslavia was called Serbo-Croatian and it had a two types of scripts.Kako si? (Latin)Како си? (Cyrillic)Kako si? is when you refer to one person but Kako ste? is refering to a group or more than one.Note: Bosnian, Macedonian, and Slovenian were also spoken in fo…
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Around the biggest cities like Sarajevo,Tuzla and Gorazde.The largest battle was the very first Serbian offensive of the war in June 1992 called, Operation Koridor. It took place across most of northern Bosnia with heavy fighting around the Derventa front, Doboj, and Bosanski Brod. Throughout 1993 t…
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To be precise it is Srebrenica Genocide or Massacre. About 8000 people were killed, mainly men.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Srebrenica_massacre
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Ethnic tensions were brought to the forefront, and people who had lived peacefully for years as neighbors turned against each other and took up arms. When Bosnia attempted to secede, Serbia - under Slobodan Miloševic's leadership - invaded with the claim that it was there to "free" fellow Serbian O…
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There is no such language as Yugoslavian. Please specify: Bosnian, Macedonian, Croatian, Serbian, or Slovene
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People in Bosnia wear clothes just like in United States, Britian, Australia, etc. They do have traditional clothes such as when they dance. There are also Muslims in Bosnia so some wear hijabs but not many.
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Sarajevo is the capital of Bosnia & Herzegovina, it is near the border with Serbia.
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The president of Bosnia and Herzegovina is (as of 2011) is Željko Komšić.
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Europe
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around 6000 miles
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Ireland is one hour behind Bosnia-Herzegovina.
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the serbians assingnatted the bosnian presiedent which started the war for 4 years.
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There is no such language as "Yugoslavian." Please specify: Bosnian, Macedonian, Croatian, Serbian, or Slovene.
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YugoslaviaYugoslavia.
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Bosnia and Herzegovina were the two factions involved in the Bosnian War. It was an internal conflict involving ethnic cleansing.
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Well, Croatians, Bosnians, Serbs, and international forces. Bosnian Croats declared a "Republic of Herzeg-Bosna" on the south of Bosnia, and wanted to break of from Bosnia. (with support from Croatia) Serbs declraed "Republic of Serbs", 50% of the Bosnian territory, and wanted to do the same like Cr…
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Yugoslavia
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There is no such language as Yugoslavian. Please specify: Bosnian, Macedonian, Croatian, Serbian, or Slovene
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because arch duke franz fredinhand had been shot You really are an idiot. Everyone knows FF was assassinated in 1914, the act which sparked the first world war. Austria annexed Bosnia and Herzegovina to strengthen its influence in the Balkan region, something which had been threatened by recent na…
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There is no such language as "Yugoslavian." Please specify: Bosnian, Macedonian, Croatian, Serbian, or Slovene.
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There is no such language as "Yugoslavian".
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There is no such language as "Yugoslavian." Please specify: Bosnian, Macedonian, Croatian, Serbian, or Slovene.
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The Bosnian War was started after the breakup of Yugoslavia. Different ethnic groups were fighting to have their own country.
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Bosnia and Herzegovina is a sovereign state located in South-Eastern Europe, Balkan Peninsula. Bosnia and Herzegovina borders to Croatia, Serbia and Montenegro. The capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina is Sarajevo.
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Slovania, Croatia, Serbia, The former Yugoslav republic of Macedonia, Kosovo,Montenegro, Bosnia and Hertsogovina.
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There is no such language as "Yugoslavian." Please specify: Bosnian, Macedonian, Croatian, Serbian, or Slovene.
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From Bosnia
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There is no such language as "Yugoslavian." Please specify: Bosnian, Macedonian, Croatian, Serbian, or Slovene.
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There is no such language as "Yugoslavian." Please specify: Bosnian, Macedonian, Croatian, Serbian, or Slovene.
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What do you mean? In Bosnia, obviously... In whole Bosnia.
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which crisis? the war? devastating of course a lot of people were killed
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Alija Izetbegovic titled his autobiography 'Inescapable Questions: Autobiographical Notes' which also includes his commentary about the war in the Balkans. The former president of Bosnia, he died in 2003 at the age of 78 years.
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It is very difficult because there is no such language as "Yugoslavian."
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It means Old love can never be forgotten. Like, you will always love that person a little bit no matter what. Or you have never loved him/her in the first place. And it's in Serbian.
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Bosnia is a region of SE Europe on the Balkan peninsula, which in 2010 is part of the republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Bosnia and Herzegovina were formerly a part of the federation of Yugoslavia, which was broken up by the Yugoslav conflicts (Bosnian War) beginning in May of 1992. History In the …
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The Dayton Peace Accord of 1995 left Bosnia and Herzegovina as a single state made up of two entities with a central government.
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No, it has nothing to do with it.
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go find out on ur own you lazy son of a beech
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stupid people it is a bug that lives in your head and makesyou die
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The monetary unit in Bosnia-Herzegovina is the convertible mark (KM or BAM), which was linked to the value of the German Mark.
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Europe
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