Is Yugoslavia still Yugoslavia?
It split up into what is now known as Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Slovenia, Macedonia, and Montenegro.
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It does not exist any more. It is now divided itno Slovenia,Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro and the FormerYugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM).
Yugoslavia (Jugoslavija in the Latin alphabet, ÐÑÐ³Ð¾ÑÐ»Ð°Ð²Ð¸ÑÐ° in Cyrillic; English: "Land of the South Slavs") describes three political entities… that existed one at a time on the Balkan Peninsula in Europe, during most of the 20th century. The Kingdom of Yugoslavia (1 December 1918-April 17, 1941), also known as the First Yugoslavia, was a monarchy formed as the "Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes" after World War I and re-named on 6 January 1929 by Alexander I of Yugoslavia. It was invaded on 6 April 1941 by the Axis powers and capitulated eleven days later. = The Second Yugoslavia (29 November 1943-25 June 1991), a socialist successor state to the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, existed under various names, including the "Democratic Federation of Yugoslavia (DFY)" (1943), the "Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia (FPRY)" (1946), and the "Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRY)" (1963). It disintegrated in the Yugoslav Wars, which followed the secession of most of the constituent elements of SFRY. = The Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FRY) (April 27, 1992-February 3, 2003), was a federation on the territory of the two remaining republics of Serbia (including the autonomous provinces of Vojvodina and Kosovo and Metohija) and Montenegro. = The Union of Serbia and Montenegro was formed on February 3, 2003 and officially abolished the name "Yugoslavia." On June 3 and June 5, 2006, Montenegro and Serbia respectively declared their independence, thereby ending the last remnants of the former great Yugoslav federation. ===
Yugoslavia was all Albanian land. It was taken by the Russians in favor of the serbs.
The Kingdom of Yugoslavia was the former alliance of six BalkanStates: Croatia-Herzegovina, Croatia, the Former Yugoslav Republicof Macedonia (FYROM), Montenegro, Serbia and S…lovenia. The WWIIinvasion by Germany, the post war occupation by the USSR, internalconflict and sectarian violence resulted in the total dissolutionof the country into its former states and the new autonomousprovinces of Vojvodina, Kosovo and Metohija. The Balkans has longbeen seen as a powder keg in European stability. This answer is wrong at several points: 1. Kingdom of Yugoslavia was not an alliance of states, it was acentralized country, ruled by a king in Belgrade. Before 1918 whatare today Slovenia and Croatia were a part of Austro-Hungarianempire, not independent states. 2. In World War II Yugoslavia was divided by Germany, Italy,Hungary and I believe (not sure) Bulgaria, while Croatia was anindependent state, under strong German influence. 3. Yugoslavia was not occupied by the USSR after the war. Themajority of the country was liberated by local partisans, led byJosip Broz - Tito. It was autonomous under the rule of Tito'scommunist regime. In 1948 Tito had a famous fall-out with Stalinand Yugoslavia became an "outlaw" of the communist states, having alot more links with the west as the other communist countries. Itwas never a member of the Warsaw pact, instead Tito created anorganisation of "non-aligned states", mostly third world countriesthat refused to take either side in the cold war. 4. Today Yugoslavia is separated into 6 countries, Slovenia,Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia and the FormerYugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM).
Yugoslavia was a country that existed between 1918 and 1992. It wasa Slavic union of several republics that have since split intoseparate, independent countries. Yugoslavia wa…s succeeded by Bosniaand Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia,and Slovenia.
Because of the death of Yugoslavia's greatest general, Josip (Yosip) Broz Tito, in 1980. Yugoslavia was a conglomeration of five nations, four of which share a common language… (Serbo-Croatian), two of which are primarily Catholic nations (Croatia and Slovenia), two of which are Orthodox Christian nations (Serbia and Montenegro) and one of which is multi faith (Bosnia-Herzegovina, which is partially Muslim and partially Orthodox). So, it broke up because it was a hodgepodge of nations.
There is no king. It is republic, not monarchy
Nothing. Yugoslavia as a country hasn't exsisted for some time.. It is now the following states:. Bosnia and Herzegovina . Croatia . Montenegro . Republic of Macedonia… . Serbia . partially recognized breakaway province of Kosovo . Slovenia . Source http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yugoslavia
No. Yugoslavia ceased to exist in 1992. It split into the countriesof Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia andMontenegro, and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Mace…donia (FYROM).Serbia and Montenegro split into two countries in 2006 (Serbia andMontenegro) and Serbia was split once again in 2008 when Kosovodeclared autonomy.
After 1991, Yugoslavia divided in what are now 7 separeta Countries.. Serbia. Montenegro. Former Yugoslav Republic Macedonia. Kosovo. Bosnia and Hercegovina. Croatia. S…lovenia
Yes, until the end of 2009
When Josip Broz Tito, president of the communist country Yugoslavia died in 1980, conflict began. On June 25, 1991, Slovenia and Croatia departed from Yugoslavia, later on in …the same year Macedonia departed. In 1992, Bosnia departed, but the war didnt end till 1995.
In 1991, Yugoslavia started breaking up into more and more countries as time went on. . During the 80's, Yugoslavia was dealing with economic and political problems. . They… thought ethnic violence may start happening. . Serbia's power in the government in Belgrade treated Albanian protesters very harshly. Because of thiat, nationalism was spreading to the other republics. . Slovenia and Croatia wanted independence. . Serbia wanted to unite the eight million Serbians. 25% of those Serbians lived in a different republic. . Croatia had a problem with the Serbians who were living in Croatia.