Asked in World War 1, Cold War
Serbian dominated state established after world war 1?
uh first of all no states in Europe or Serbia or Yugoslavia Serbia was in Yugoslavia till they all split apart ...
What are 3 nations that were created after World War 1?
Poland, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia.
Asked in WW1 Allied Forces
Which countries were created as a result of World War 1?
Finland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Poland, Hungary, Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia and Austria were created as directed results of World War I. ...
Asked in History of Europe, Serbia
What Document created Yugoslavia?
The document was the "December 1 Act" : Promulgation of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (Address of the National Council of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs, December 1, 1918). The Treaty of Versailles signed in June 1919, which ended World War 1, was an important recognition of what was then the Serbian-dominated "Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes." The colloquial name was Yugoslavia (land of Slavs), and the official name of the state was changed to "Kingdom of Yugoslavia" by King Alexander...
Asked in Ancient Wars, Athens, Sparta
What were Spartan and Athens advantages in the war?
The Spartan alliance dominated on land, Athens dominated at sea.
Asked in World War 2
Who dominated World War 2?
Germany dominated in the war in the west however after operation Barbarossa Britain liberated the west while the USSR beat the Germans in the north America dominated the war in the pacific (japan) and the Mediterranean (north Africa and Italy) ...
Was Yugoslavia a Satellite nation during the cold war?
Under Tito, Yugoslavia was semi-independent.
What year did denmark win the euro cup because of the war in Yugoslavia?
Denmark was included in the euro 1992 cup, in the place of Yugoslavia. As Yugoslavia were expelled from competing for the reason of the war. Denmark won the Euro 1992. ...
Asked in World War 1, Serbia, WW1 Allied Forces
Did Yugoslavia participate in world war 1 as a country?
No. Yugoslavia as a country did not exist during the war. It was created because of the war, in the post-war Treaty of Versailles process. Much of Yugoslavia had been part of the Austro-Hungarian (Hapsburg) Empire, and perhaps some of it had been part of the Ottoman (Turkish) Empire, both of which were on the losing side in the war. Serbia had been an independent nation for about fifty years before WWI, and was a part of the new Yugoslavia. It...
Asked in World War 2, Eastern Europe
Which country dominated a large region in East Europe after World War 2?
which country dominated a large region in eastern europe after world war 2? ...
Asked in Countries, States, and Cities, Serbia
What does the word Yugoslavia mean?
Yugoslavia means 'Land of the Slavs'. It was a country in Southeastern Europe from the end of World War I (1918) until the fall of communism and the Yugoslav Wars (1992). The modern day countries of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, and Slovenia are the remnants of Yugoslavia. ...
How was Yugoslavia created and how it became a communist country?
Yugoslavia is a product, if you like, of WW2. It was united under Tito, a partisan leader in the war. Formerly it was a part of the Ottoman Empire as well as a part of the Austro/Hungarian Empire. It is populated by Slovenes, Croats, Serbs, Kosovans & Macedonians. I think Tito was a Serb and Yugoslavia was notable as not being a member of the Warsaw Pact, but was allied to Russia in the 'Cold War'. ...
Asked in World War 2, Serbia
Did Yugoslavia remain neutral during World War II?
Yugoslavia was invaded and partitioned by Germany, Italy and Hungary in 1941. ...
Asked in War and Military History, Croatia, Serbia
What was the yuoslavian civil war about?
Croatia and Slovenia declared independence in 1991, Serbia disagreed with that decision and decided to keep Croatia and Slovenia in Yugoslavia at any cost. War lasted for a few years and then conciliation was signed in Paris in 1995. There was a lot of victims, mostly innocent and the relationship Croatia and Slovenia to Serbia is still tense. The reason for the declarations of independence by Slovenia, Croatia, and Bosnia-Herzegovina had a lot to do with the rise of Serb nationalism, and the...