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Yugoslavia was a country in the Southeastern Europe with a three separate incarnations: Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes; Kingdom of Yugoslavia; and, after the WW2, a federal republic. The country flourished during the governance of the supreme leader Tito. It fell apart in a civil war in the early 90s, into the legacy countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia.

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Allegedly, the king Alexander Karadjordjevic, the unifier, was offered to choose between Yugoslavia (called the kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes) or greater Serbia which would have been smaller … than Yugoslavia, but definitely greater than Serbia alone at the time and nowadays. The offer was made by Allied forces, mostly Britain. He chose Yugoslavia, as he probably didn't care about the …
asked Aug 4 '15 by Огњен Шобајић
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Yes! One can argue that the differences on that matter not only existed between the different military groups (Partizans - allied 100%, Ustashe - Nazis 100%, and Chetniks - 50/50), but also between t …
answered Jul 31 '15 by Огњен Шобајић
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Signing the pact with Germany by Yugoslavia didn't take an easy path. It took months of negotiations and tweaking which finally ended up on March 25th, 1941 when the treaty was signed. Only two days … Austro-Hungarians and Germany and it would have been quite unlikely for Serbs to take Hitler's side in the war. Weeks later Nazis bombed Belgrade and then penetrated into Yugoslavia with little or no …
answered Jun 29 '15 by Огњен Шобајић