What was Yugoslavia?
Yugoslavia was all Albanian land. It was taken by the Russians in favor of the serbs.
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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. === ( Full Answer )
Answer . Yugoslavia was an artificial state created in 1918-1919 by merging large areas of Austria-Hungary with Serbia. As the various parts of the country were so different it had a rigidly centralized monarchic government.. During World War II the Nazis and Italians exploited widespread resent…ments and set up collaboratist regimes.. After the War, Yugoslavia became a federal republic. In the short and medium term, this eased internal tensions, but it also encouraged nationalism and in the longer run sowed the seeds for the breakup of the country. ( Full Answer )
The Kingdom of Yugoslavia was the former alliance of six BalkanStates: Croatia-Herzegovina, Croatia, the Former Yugoslav Republicof Macedonia (FYROM), Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia. The WWIIinvasion by Germany, the post war occupation by the USSR, internalconflict and sectarian violence resulted i…n 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). ( Full Answer )
1992 Dinars are old Dinars and 13 million of them = 1 New Dinar. . New Dinars were introduced in 1994 and were pegged 1:1 with the Deutsche Mark. The rate of exchange for the previous dinar was, and still is, 1 Deutsche Mark (and hence 1 New Dinar) to about 13 million old Dinars.. See the link bel…ow.. A: . This is straight from the Consul of Belgrade: . Thank you for writing. I'm surprised they wouldn't have told you themselves what I am about to tell you.. Yugoslav dinars from the mid-1990s are no longer legal tender. There have been several revaluations of the dinar since 1993. Further, the country has been politically redivided several times. The current currency is the Serbian dinar. The euro is used in Montenegro and Kosovo, though they are not part of the official euro zone. Bank notes from 1993 are no longer legal tender and the timeframe to exchange them expired sometime in the 1990s. Because of the curiosity of the huge numbers, you can often find street vendors in Belgrade selling old notes like this as sort of historical novelty items.. Here is a bit of interesting information about dinars of that era from Wikipedia.. 1993 dinar . A 500,000,000,000 (500 billion) Yugoslav dinar banknote circa 1993, the largest nominal value ever officially printed in Yugoslavia, the final result of hyperinflation. Photo courtesy of National Bank of Serbia (www.nbs.rs). Banknotes for this currency were issued in denominations of 5000, 10,000, 50,000, 500,000, 1 million, 5 million, 50 million, 500 million, 5 billion, 50 billion and 500 billion. The unusual sequence of denominations was caused by the hyperinflation Yugoslavia was suffering from..  1994 dinar . In January, 1994, notes were issued for 10, 100, 1000, 5000, 50,000, 500,000 and 10 million dinara. They circulated for just a few weeks before the currency was abandoned in favour of the novi dinar..  Novi dinar . On January 24, 1994, notes were introduced for 1, 5 and 10 novih dinara. A second series of notes was introduced later in the year for 5, 10 and 20 novih dinara, with 50 and 100 novih dinara notes added in 1996. In 2000, new notes without the word "novih" were issued in denominations of 10, 20, 50 and 100 dinara. 200 and 1000 dinara notes were introduced in 2001, followed by 5000 dinara in 2002.. Regards,. Nikolas Trendowski. Second Secretary and Consul. Embassy of the United States of America. Belgrade, Serbia. This message is unclassified as defined by E.O. 12958. ( Full Answer )
Answer . last time in 2003. when changed name into Serbia and Montenegro. But the fall of Yugoslavia started in early 1990ies
Yugoslavia broke into several banana republics: Serbia Montenegro Macedonia Bosnia and Herzegovina Croatia Kosovo Slovenia
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 was succeeded by Bosniaand Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia,and Slovenia.
Yugoslavis was a country which existed until around 2003 when the final parts (Serbia and Montenegro) became independent.
Yugoslavia was a united country, but split into five separatecountries in 1992: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Former YugoslavRepublic of Macedonia (FYROM), Serbia and Montenegro, and Slovenia.In 2006, Serbia and Montenegro split to form just Serbia andMontenegro. And in 2008, Kosovo declared inde…pendence from Serbia,and although recognized by the majority of the Western World and UNmembers, Kosovo's independence in not yet a member of the UN. Yugoslavia, and its successors today, was located in Europe. ( Full Answer )
According to wikipedia.org/wiki/Yugoslavia:. "The first country to be known by this name was the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, which before 3 October 1929 was known as the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes.". The second country with this name was the Democratic Federal Yugoslavia, proclaimed in 1943 …by the Yugoslav Partisans resistance movement in World War II. It was renamed to the Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia in 1946, when a communist government was established. ( Full Answer )
Yugoslavia no longer exists. As of 2010 there are SEVEN countriesthat were once part of Yugoslavia. They are Bosnia and Herzegovina,Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia and Kosovo. Ofthese countries only THREE use the Euro, they are Slovenia, Kosovoand Montenegro. Croatia uses the Kuna, …Serbia the Dinar, Macedoniathe Denar and BiH the Mark. While most people will take Euros inall the countries, expect to get an exaggerated exchange rate. Alsosome people have run into trouble exchanging certain currencies incertain countries. One Traveling in the region should be aware ofthat. ( Full Answer )
Yugoslavia broke up in the 1990's following a harsh Civil War during the breakup of the Soviet Union. Today the states that make up the former Yugoslavia continue to fight with one another whilst the EU(European Union) continues to try to make peace in the area and incorporate them into the expandin…g trade partnership between currently 27 European countries. ( Full Answer )
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 na…tions (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. ( Full Answer )
Alexander I changed the name to Yugoslavia in 1929 while Peter II was the last king
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/Yu…goslavia ( Full Answer )
because it was wanted to be a new thing so the citizens could enjoy their freedoms and liberties
After 1991, Yugoslavia divided in what are now 7 separeta Countries.. Serbia. Montenegro. Former Yugoslav Republic Macedonia. Kosovo. Bosnia and Hercegovina. Croatia. Slovenia
Yugoslavia means 'Land of the Slavs'. It was a country inSoutheastern Europe from the end of World War I (1918) until thefall of communism and the Yugoslav Wars (1992). The modern daycountries of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, the FormerYugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), Montenegro, S…erbia, andSlovenia are the remnants of Yugoslavia. ( Full Answer )
Yugoslavia as a country existed two times in history. Once after WW1 and second time after WW2.It stopped existing after Montenegro gained independence from Serbia in 2003.It consisted from 7 nations:Croatia,Serbia,Slovenia,Kosovo,Bosnia and Herzegovina,Macedonia and Montenegro.In the 91. four count…ries left,which led to brutal and bloody war which in turn wrecked economy of both Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina who were attacked by Serbia. ( Full Answer )
There were many conflicts, in summary the folling were the most significant:\n. \n1991 - 10 Day war in Slovenia (Yugoslavia tried to prevent Slovenia from leaving the union)\n. \n1991 to 1994 Croatian War. What was left of Yugoslavia tried to prevent Croatia from leaving and tried to secure areas… of Croatia for the Serbian minority to live in.\n. \n1992 to 1996 Bosnian War. The last elements of Yugoslavia tried to prevent Bosnia from becoming independent. At the same time Serbian Bosnians wanted to join up with the rest of Serbia (i.e. Yugoslavia) and the Croatian Bosnians wanted to join with the newly created Croatian state. Bosniaks (also called Bosnian Muslims) tried (and succeeded) to stop their country from dividing into different parts.\n. \n1999 Kosovo War. Albanians in Kosovo tried to break away from Yugoslavia (it is a province of Serbia within Yugoslavia) but Serbian Kosova didn't want this. There were incidents of ethnic cleansing and attacks by the Serbian army and the USA and other NATO countries became involved and pushed out Serbian forces. In 2007 Kosovo finally declared independence but this is only recognized by a few countries.\n. \nIn 1991 Yugoslavia consisted of: Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia, Serbia (and the Voyvodina and Kosovo provinces), Montenegro and Macedonia.\n. \nIn 2003 Yugoslavia only consisted of Serbia and Montenegro. Serbia still had the provinces of Voyvodina and Kosovo but Kosovo was under UN occupation).\n. \nIn 2003 Yugoslavia ended and Serbia and Montenegro became independent countries. ( Full Answer )
Yugoslavia no longer exists and now it is the countries of: Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia Hercegovina, Serbia, Montenegro and Macedonia.\n. \nYugoslavia was often described using the following statement or similar:\n. \n7 borders, 6 republics, 5 nationalities, 4 languages, 3 religions, 2 alphabets and… 1 leader ( Full Answer )
Yugoslavia is a former country in southeast Europe. It has been divided into the six countries of Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Macedonia, Serbia and Montenegro. Yugoslavia no longer exists.
Yugoslavia was a mix of many different ethnicities, languages, religions and cultures. The only things that kept them united was the post-war leader Josip Broz Tito, political repression and communism. Tito died in the late 1980s and in 1989, communism collapsed in many other Eastern European countr…ies. Yugoslavia had large foreign debts, less foreign aid, a declining economy and nationalism on the rise among pretty much every ethnic group - from the Slovenes who wanted independence, to the Serbs who were led by Slobodan Milosevic. Milosevic's allies effectively dominated the Federal Government and eventually, the other countries had enough and left. First Slovenia left in 1991 after a week of fighting. Then came Croatia. A war broke out between the Croats and Serbs in which 20,000 people died. Milosevic refused to let them leave unless they let areas with high Serbian populations be added on to Serbia. Soon after, Macedonia seceeded. The war ended in 1995 with a military victory and independence for Croatia. The worst conflict was in Bosnia, where about half the population were Bosniak Muslims, a third were Serbs and a sixth were Croats. Croatia and Serbia planned to both annex parts of Bosnia, which the Bosniaks fought against. The Croat region of Bosnia wanted to join Croatia; the Serb region (Srpska) wanted to join Serbia. In 1992, a three-way war broke out in which 100,000 people died. Initially the Bosnian Serbs were winning, but the Bosnian Croats and Bosniaks eventually united together and defeated them. Both wars ended in late 1995. Both wars were marked by ethnic cleansing, in particular by the Bosnian Serbs - thousands of people were chased out of their homelands and some were even massacred. After Milosevic was ousted by protests in 2000, the new Serbian government handed him over to the United Nations. The trial of Milosevic was shoddy, but he was undoubtably guilty. He died in prison in the Hague in 2006 before he could be convicted. Yugoslavia continued to exist until 2003, when it was renamed "Serbia and Montenegro" - since these were the only two out of six countries left in it. Montenegro and Serbia split peacefully in 2006. ( Full Answer )
Yugoslavia no longer exists. Yugoslavia started to break up in 1991and the following countries now exist where Yugoslavia once was:Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia Hercegovina, Montenegro and theFormer Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM). The Serbian provinceof Kosovo declared independence in 20…08 but this is recognized byvery few countries. All of these countries and provinces arelocated in south central/eastern Europe to the north of Greece andeast of Italy. ( Full Answer )
Yugoslavia consisted of 6 republics: Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Macedonia, Montenegro. Serbs, Macedonians and people of Montenegro are Orthodoyes. Croats, Slovenians are Chatolics. Population i Bosnia and Hercegovina is mostly Muslim.
Well if ur asking this q u need to get a life jk!!!!! the conflict was that most of Yugoslavia was destryed by bombs- Eli Dalton
Yugoslavia no longer exists. Between 1991 and 2006 it split up into many different countries. The following very roughly describes how wealthy the countries now are:\n. \nSlovenia - part of the EU, very wealthy with incomes like in Spain, Italy and western Europe\nCroatia - a wealthy country with… incomes like Poland, Hungary and other countries in central Europe\nBosnia - a middle-income country a bit poorer than the poorest EU countries (compare it to Romania or Turkey)\nSerbia, Montenegro and Macedonia are all much as for Bosnia\nKosovo, a province of Serbia, is probably the poorest parts and income can be as little as $2,000 (â¬2,500) per year. ( Full Answer )
It does not exist anymore. Newborn countries are : Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia, Macedonia, Kosovo, Montenegro, Slovenia. It is Europe.
The capital of Yugoslavia was Belgrade. Yugoslavia no longer exists as a country. Belgrade is now thecapital of Serbia, one of 6 countries that were formed followingthe breakup of Yugoslavia in 1992. The countries derived from theformer Yugoslavia are: Bosnia whose capital in Sarajevo Croatia, capi…tal Zagreb Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, capital Skopje Montenegro, capital Podgorica Serbia, capital Belgrade Slovenia, capital Ljubljana The nations that emerged from the Bosnian war were : Slovenia,Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Montenegro, and theFormer Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (Two more countries havesince been formed, as three have been created from the previouscountry of Serbia and Montenegro, these being Montenegro, Kosovo,and Serbia). However, when it was a nation, the federal capital of Yugoslaviawas Belgrade (now the capital of Serbia). There were also 7other capitals which were the capitals of autonomous republics andprovinces inside the country, they include: Ljubljana (Slovenia),Pristina (Kosovo), Novi Sad (Vojvodina; not a modern day country,is a part of Serbia), Skopje (FYROM), Zagreb (Croatia), andSarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina). Serbia was also an autonomousrepublic, but it held the federal capital of Belgrade; theprovinces of Kosovo and Vojvodina were also a part of the SocialistRepublic of Serbia. ( Full Answer )
Yugoslavia no longer exists.\n. \nWhen the country existed there were about 6 national languages (depending on how you define a language) and 2 alphabets.\n. \nThe alphabets are the Latin Alphabet (as used in English: ABCD, etc.) and the Cyrillic Alphabet (like the alphabet used in Russia and Bulg…aria). The Cyrillic Alphabet was manily used by people in Serbia and Macedonia. ( Full Answer )
No, there was a Serbocrotian language (spoken in Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia and Montenegro), Slovenian language, and Macedonian language.
Yugoslavia began to break up on June 25, 1991, when Slovenia andCroatia declared their independence. Macedonia declared itsindependence in September 1991 and Bosnia declared its independencein January 1992. The last part of Yugoslavia to form its ownindependent nation was Kosovo, which declared its …independence fromSerbia in 2006. ( Full Answer )
It used to be inbetween Austria and Greece. The site of it is now six countries; these are Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Slovenia, Macedonia and Montenegro.
Yugoslavia was created from parts of the Austro-Hungarian empire after WW1. From 1912 until his assassination in 1934, Yugoslavia was ruled by King Alexander I. He was succeeded by his eleven year old son Peter II and a regency council headed by his cousin Prince Paul. The monarchy was deposed by t…he Communists in late 1945. Marshal Josip Broz Tito ran the country (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia) until his death in 1980. Yugoslavia was formally dissolved in 1992. ( Full Answer )
humid continental (four distinct seasons: long, cold winters and short, warm summers, and average precipitation varies
beacuse it is too reach! slovenia had to donate 1/4 of its GDP to kosovo, macedonia, serbia...
Yugoslavia no longer exists but the country between historicalMacedonia and Yugoslavia when it did exist would be the SocialistRepublic of Macedonia, given autonomy and renamed from VardarBanovina as part of a communist expansionist agenda to wresthistorical Macedonia from Greece and forge for itsel…f a strategicpathway to the Aegean for Yugoslavia. ( Full Answer )
The document was the "December 1 Act" : Promulgation of the Kingdomof Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (Address of the National Council ofSlovenes, Croats and Serbs, December 1, 1918). The Treaty of Versailles signed in June 1919, which ended World War1, was an important recognition of what was then theS…erbian-dominated "Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes." Thecolloquial name was Yugoslavia (land of Slavs), and the officialname of the state was changed to "Kingdom of Yugoslavia" by KingAlexander in 1929. ( Full Answer )
I'm guessing it's a former country in Balkans,Southeastern Europe, consisting of Serbia and Montenegro, two of the six republics that made up the former Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia.But kinda not sure about it :) sorry if it's not the right answer.
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.
It didn't. Even tho Yugoslavia was one of the most developed countries of the world, today, the countries that stand there were Yugoslavia once was, are one of the most poorest in the World.
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 ver…y 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. ( Full Answer )
It split up into what is now known as Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Slovenia, Macedonia, and Montenegro.
Because Josep Broz tito died in 1980 and basically after that the whole country went into downturn until 1991 when they were officially in war until 1995 (a HORRIBLE war). This was because of religious clashes. The serbs did not like the muslims so they basically wiped them out through genocide and …lots of other horrible war crimes such as rape, enslavement and work camps. this war killed 140 000 people! destroying a nation and breaking it up. ( Full Answer )
Yugoslavia was formed by most of the western Balkan countries... Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Montenegro, Croatia, and Slovenia. After the war that occurred in the early 1990's, the name Yugoslavia vanished. Every country has it's own name now. Serbia is named Serbia now. No such th…ing as Yugoslavia. ( Full Answer )
Yugoslavia was once a huge country that was made out of 6 countries. Bosnia and Herzegovina wanted to be independent meaning they did not wish to be apart of Yugoslavia anymore. Serbia had heard of this and the leader of Serbia has sent out people to attack Bosnia so that this would not be able to h…appen. Finally ,President Bill Clinton had sent out American troops to save Bosnia to stop the killings and also to get Europe stabilized. That is when Yugoslavia was no more. ( Full Answer )
There are hundreds of islands off the coast of the former Yugoslavia. I had the best "cream slices" in Lake Bled. There was only one golf course in Yugoslavia when we visited in the 1 980's. Dubrovnik is a beautiful old city. Religious pilgrims go to Medjugore
Yugoslavia no longer exists. It has split into several independent countries. The region that was Yugoslavia is in the Northern hemisphere and also in the Eastern hemisphere.
Before the breakup of the country, Yugoslavia was bordered byItaly, Austria, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Greece, and Albania.