Why the austria-Hungary government addressed a strong communication to Serbia?
Serbia is a Democracy.
Serbia is a Democracy.
Serbia is considered more of a Republic government because they follow a religion
Serbia is a democracy. Montenegro is a Republic.
it is an limited government
Serbia , under the German-Serb government , was led by Milan Nedic as the Head of the "Government of National Salvation" .
On the last population survey in 2002. done by the Serbian government, Serbia had a population of approximately 7,5 million (excluding Kosovo).
Yes... since 2001. when Milosevic`s government fell !
Serbia is a mixed economy that is primarily capitalist in orientation, much like the United States. Serbia lacks the kind of social programs that are much more common elsewhere in Europe due to lack of government funds to maintain them.
This is totalkjgksgosnglsnhslhnsflhn/.Serbias response to the ultimatum sent by the austro Hungarian empire was through the royal government of Serbia which accused Serbia of participating in the events leading up to the killing of sarajevo. The Royal Serbian Government condemns every propaganda which should be directed against Austria-Hungary, i.e., the entirety of such activities as aim towards the separation of certain territories from the Austro-Hungarian monarchy, and it regrets sincerely the lamentable consequences of these… Read More
When Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated Austria-Hungary wanted to attack Serbia.the assassin wasn't from Serbia - he was from Bosnia, which was a part of Austro-Hungary. His group however, was supported by Serbia and in the aftermath of the assassination the government of Serbia received an ultimatum from Austro-Hungarian government. They knew that if they attacked Serbia that Russia would defend Serbia. SO, they asked Germany to back them up if Russia were to attack… Read More
Serbia was to be blamed. Even though Franz Ferdinand was assassinated by a terrorist group of Serbia working separately from the government, they were still aided by a high ranking government offical, and the government should be able to control what goes on among themselves and in their country. They should be able to prevent corruption. franz Ferdinand was assassinated by gavrilo princip, who was part of the black hand gang(a terrorist group of Serbia)… Read More
There are several countries which have a confederate system of government. Some of these countries include Canada, Belgium, Serbia and Montenegro and Switzerland among others.
I am guessing that this question is referring to the Ultimatum given by the Austria-Hungarian government to Serbia just before WW1. The whole point of the conflict between Serbia and Austria at the time was a conflict between Russia and Austra fighting for allegiance of the strongest country in the Balkans, and Serbia feeling threatend in its sovereignty. The ultimatum was in a form which was apparent to everyone that Serbia could not accept, since… Read More
What type of government do serbia Slovenia montenegro Macedonia kosovo Croatia bosnia and Herzegovina have?
They are parliamentary democracies. With some small differences: Croatia is for example a pure Parliamentary democracy, while Serbia has a Semi-Presidential system.
dexondex.........the list include canada.....belgium.....serbia and montenegro..... switzerland.......but most of the countries has there own definition for confedralisation.in case of serbia and montenegro they've gained independence
The assassin was a Serbian terrorist, and Ferdinand was an Austria-Hungarian. The Austria-Hungary government wanted Serbia to turn the assassin over to them, but Serbia refused. This led to Serbia and Austria-Hungary going to war, which caused Russia to support Serbia, and Germany to support Austria-Hungary. From there, it only expanded, leading to what we now know as "World War I".
Austria's government took this very seriously, they invaded France without permission. First, an invasion does not entail permission. Second, the never invaded France. They issued an ultimatum to Serbia, the country which the assassin was from. The ubsurdity of some of the demands caused Russia to step in to help Serbia.
Beacause of on 28th June 1914 Archduke Francis Ferdinand, heir to the Austria-Hungarian throne, was assassinated in Sarajevo, by a Serbian nationalist. Convinced that the Serbian government had conspired against them, Austria-Hungary issued Serbia an unacceptable ultimatum, then they declared the war on Serbia on 28th July 1914.
Serbia was controlled by Austria-Hungary for many years and they just wanted their independence just like every other country. They wanted to be free and have their own rules and government systems, not those that Austria-Hungary gave them.
The Austro-Hungarian Empire. In June 1914, the heir to the Austrian throne was murdered in Sarajevo, by Bosnian nationalists- Bosnia was ruled by the Austro-Hungarian Empire at the time, and Sarajevo is Bosnia's capital city. These nationalists were believed by the Austrian government to have been supported by intelligence agents from nearby Serbia, a country Austria already didn't like (and vice versa). Serbians and Bosnians are related ethnic groups, so Serbia (supposedly) wanted to help… Read More
Vladimir Matic has written: 'Serbia at the crossroads again' -- subject(s): Democratization, Politics and government, Democracy
Krstarica - 'Cruiser' in English - is the most prominent Serbian web portal and internet provider. The expected change has occurred - more open communication of information.
For a few years before the war, the Austro-Hungarian government, always with much strife. Before that, it had been part of the Ottoman (Turkish) empire for centuries.
Austria's government took this very seriously, they invaded France without permission. EDIT: Actually, they issued an ulitmatum to Serbia that if they didn't meet a list of demands, there would be war. France was not represented in this conflict. They were understanably angry and issued an ultimatum for Serbia in retaliation for the Slavic nation's inablitity to keep their citizens from killing political leaders of other countries.
Serbia was blamed for the assassination. While the government has stated that they were never involved with the killing, most believe that the Black Hand (the gang that trained to assassinate Archduke Ferdinand) were called upon by the government.
On 28th June 1914 Archduke Francis Ferdinand, heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne, was assassinated in Sarajevo by a Serbian nationalist (Gavrilo Princip). Convinced that the Serbian government had conspired against them, Austria-Hungary issued Serbia an unacceptable ultimatum. Serbia actually tried to comply, but falling short of the mark set by the Austro-Hungarians, this was seen as legitimate causus belli. This resulted in Austria-Hungary declaring war on Serbia on 28th July 1914.
The Austro-Hungarians invaded Serbia, because 6 Serbian men planned to kill the archduke Franz Ferdinand, and one man named Gavrilo Princip succeeded after the archduke's driver took a wrong turn to hospital. Gavrilo also killed the archduke's wife Sophia (Duchess) Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia because they had just taken over Bosnia but people there considered themselves as Serbs and wanted Bosnia to be part of Serbia. A member from a Serbian group called the… Read More
The capital of Serbia is Belgrade, but in Serbia they say Beograd.
Serbia fight Albania. Serbia win, Kosovo is Serbia.
yougoslavia turned into serbia.
Serbia actually isn't to blame for the war. It all started with the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, which was carried out by a group in Bosnia, supplied by a Serb militant group known as "Black Hand". The militant group did not actually have involvement with the Serbian government, thus it is not to blame for the assassination. However, Austria-Hungary (well, specifically Austria) wanted revenge for what happened from Serbia, despite them not… Read More
Why was the austria-Hungarian government not really concerned whether Serbia itself was involved in archduke ferinand's assassination?
Because theu just wanted to start a war
It's clause number 6: "To take judicial proceedings against accessories to the plot of the 28th of June who are on Serbian territory; delegates of the Austro-Hungarian Government will take part in the investigation relating thereto;" Serbian answer to that clause was: "..As regards the participation in this inquiry [which Serbia intends to hold] of Austro-Hungarian agents... [Serbia] cannot accept such an arrangement, as it would be a violation of the Constitution..."
Russia helped Serbia when Serbia had rebelled
The murder of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand by a pro-Serbian terrorist sparked the First World War. After the murder of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand by a pro-Serbian terrorist on June 28, 1914, fears and friendships among the nations of Europe caused them to fall like dominoes to the hand of the war. The Austrian government, assuming that the Serbian government was at least passively responsible for the assassination, issued an incredible ultimatum on July 23… Read More
World war 1 began after the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand on July 28,1914.On July 26,1914 the Austro-Hungarian officials issued an ultimatum to Serbia government containig five major concessions.Once the time limit on the ultimatum had expired,Austro-Hugary declared war on Serbia
Serbia is in Europe
No, Serbia does not have a coast.
The biggest lake in Serbia is Djerdap lake (on the east side of Serbia).
Austria declared war on Serbia because they were afraid of the Serbs joining Serbia so they were looking for an excuse to crush Serbia.
I think the austo-Hungarian government overreacted i mean sure Serbia killed there archduke but theres no reason to start a war over i..........gosh!
Austria-Hungary did not exist in 1941; it was dissolved just before World War I ended in 1918. It split into many smaller countries, including Austria, Hungary, Czechoslovakia (which is now Czech Republic and Slovakia), and Yugoslavia. Perhaps you mean 1914. In June 1914, the heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne was murdered in Sarajevo by some Bosnians. Bosnia was ruled by Austria at the time, and many Bosnians wanted that to end; some Serbs did too… Read More
Serbia is on balkan peninsula.
It snows in winter in Serbia.
Yes, Serbia is a country.
Republic of Serbia
The Republic of Serbia.
NO! Serbia is a country in Europe!