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New Yugoslavia 1941-1965.

New Yugoslavia 1941-1965.

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Published by Mladost] in Belgrade .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Yugoslavia
    • Subjects:
    • World War, 1939-1945 -- Pictorial works.,
    • Yugoslavia -- Pictorial works.

    • Edition Notes

      Translation of Nova Jugoslavija 1941-1965.

      Statement[Edited by Dragoljub Đurović. English translation: Marko Pavičić.
      ContributionsĐurović, Dragoljub, ed.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDR305.5 .N483
      The Physical Object
      Pagination276, [2] p.
      Number of Pages276
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5649411M
      LC Control Number68086835

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      The Truth About Yugoslavia. Mihajlo Mihajlov, translated by William E. Harkins. Octo Issue. The Yugoslavs by Dusko Doder. Random House, pp., $ Perhaps the greatest pleasure of my three months-old stay in the United States has been the appearance of this new book about Yugoslavia by Dusko Doder. The Yugoslav Wars were a series of separate but related ethnic conflicts, wars of independence and insurgencies fought in the former Yugoslavia from to , which led to the breakup of the Yugoslav constituent republics declared independence, despite unresolved tensions between ethnic minorities in the new countries, fueling the on: Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and .

      After liberation from Axis Powers in , the new socialist Yugoslavia became a federal country, and officially recognized and acknowledged its ethnic diversity. Traditional ethnic identities again became the primary ethnic designations used by most inhabitants of Yugoslavia. However, many people still declared themselves as "Yugoslavs" because they wanted to express an identification with Canada: 38, (), (Yugoslav Canadian). All the latest breaking news on Yugoslavia (former). Browse The Independent’s complete collection of articles and commentary on Yugoslavia (former).


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