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Yugoslavia, once spelled and called "Jugoslavia", was a country in Southeast Europe during most of the 20th century. It came into existence after World War I in 1918 under the name of Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes by the merger of the provisional State of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs with the formerly independent Kingdom of Serbia and Kingdom of Montenegro. The Serbian royal House of Karađorđević became the Yugoslav royal dynasty. Yugoslavia gained international recognition on 13 July 1922 at the Conference of Ambassadors in Paris. The country was named after the South Slavic peoples and constituted their first union, following centuries in which the territories had been part of the Ottoman Empire and Austria-Hungary.
- also known as Yugoslovia
- founded in (98 years ago)
- part of Europe
- instance of: European country / European nation = any one of the countries occupying the European continent
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"Yugoslavia" is a musical album of Steven Krikorian.
- released in (17 years ago)
- "Yugoslavia" is a book by Muriel Heppell.
- "Yugoslavia" is a book by Bruce J. McFarlane.
- also known as "Yugoslavia: politics, economics, and society"
- "Yugoslavia" is a book by Phyllis Auty.
- "Yugoslavia" is a book by Lovett Fielding Edwards.
- "Yugoslavia" is a book by Borivoje Ž. Milojević.
- also known as "Yugoslavia; geographical survey"
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by Irwin T. Sanders
Demographically, Yugoslavia is a country of ...
by M.L. Narasaiah
The former Yugoslavia is a case in point. The state. THE. END. OF . THE. OLD. ORDER. The End of the Old Order.
Urbanisation and Cities (2003)
by M.L. Narasaiah
The former Yugoslavia is a case in point. The state was an artificial creation born after the First World War and the demise of the Austrian-Hungarian and Ottoman Empires. Similar to many of the artificial states in post-colonial Africa, ...
The Role of Non-State Actors and European Diplomacy by Branislav Radeljic
Thus, both Yugoslavia and the Community are placed at the core of the project: Yugoslavia is a particularly interesting case because of its tragic destiny and lessons learnt here can only serve as a valuable example with regard to the ...
Issue 8 by Decision Games, Past Into Print Publishing
Yugoslavia is an inactive Soviet Minor Ally. Greece and Turkey are inactive British Minor Allies. France is an active American Minor Ally. Italy is an inactive American Minor Ally. All other uncontrolled nations are neutral and defend against any ...
by Tom Dunmore
YUGOSLAVIA. Commonly known as Plavi (The Blues) or the Brazilians of Europe . Yugoslavia competed in nine World Cups before the country dissolved in the 1990s, first becoming Serbia and Montenegro, then just Serbia in 2006. They took ...
by Trudy Ring, Robert M. Salkin, Sharon La Boda
Modern Yugoslavia was not created by the Treaty of Versailles, nor were any of the multitude of border disputes that had arisen over centuries settled by naming the national entity Yugoslavia. The treaty has been called a recognition of ...
by Thomas M. Leonard
Ross MARLAY See also Middle East: History and Economic Development; Middle East: International Relations YUGOSLAVIA Location Yugoslavia, "Land of the South Slavs," existed from 1918 to 2003 under three different names and two ...
Volume 33 - The Wellesley College Library to Zoological Literature: A Review by Allen Kent, Harold Lancour, Jay E. Daily
This article describes briefly the historical development of library education in Yugoslavia. It attempts neither to chronicle the history of all attempts at systematic library training in the country nor to be comprehensive in coverage, but it does ...
by James C. Docherty, Sjaak van der Velden
Macedonia was part of Yugoslavia until 1991. Unlike Yugoslavia (Federal Republic), there was no significant continuous history of organized labor in Macedonia—although some unions are ...
An Encyclopedia by Alexander Mikaberidze
Graybill See also: International Court of Justice; International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia; International Humanitarian Law; International Military Tribunal for the Far East (1946ă1948); Rome Statute of the International ...
by A. T. Lane
YUGOSLAVIA. Bakaric Bukseg Djodjic Filipovic Grol Kardelj Kolumbo Koncar Kristan Markovic, Si ma Markovic, Svetozar Petrovic Radic, A. Radio, S. Salaj Spiljak Tito Todorovic INDEX Aaltonen, Aino Anshela. 1 A Batalha. 191, 619, 793 ...
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