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  Yugoslavia - MSN Encarta
Under Josip Broz Tito, founder and leader of the Partisans, Yugoslavia emerged as a faithful copy of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), with a dictatorial central government and a state-controlled economy.
Yugoslavia was unique among Communist countries in its relatively open and free society and its international role as a leader of nonaligned nations during the Cold War.
The population of Yugoslavia recorded in the country’s last census in 1991 was 23,528,230.
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  Encyclopedia :: encyclopedia : Yugoslavia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Yugoslavia (Jugoslavija in all south Slavic languages, in Cyrillic Југославија) is a term used for three separate but successive political entities that existed during most of the 20th century on the Balkan Peninsula in Europe.
The third was called Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FRY) and was formed in 1992 on the territory of the remaining republics of Serbia (including the autonomous provinces of Vojvodina and of Kosovo, officially known as Kosovo and Metohija) and Montenegro.
The Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FRY) was formed on April 28, 1992, and it consisted of the former Socialist Republics of Serbia and Montenegro.
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 Post-War Yugoslavia
Resistance in Yugoslavia developed mainly in dispersed units of the Yugoslav army and among Serbs fleeing genocide in Croatia and Bosnia and Hercegovina.
The Partisan slogan "Death to Fascism, Freedom to the People," combined with a pan-Yugoslav appeal, won recruits for Tito across the country--despite the fact that before the war the communists had worked for the breakup of Yugoslavia.
Cetnik units attacked Partisans in November 1941 and began cooperating with the Germans and Italians to prevent a communist victory.
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 Partisans (Yugoslavia) Encyclopedia Articles @ VeryGoodCredit.com (Very Good Credit)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
First Partisan unit was Sisak Partisan Detachment, officially founded near Sisak, Croatia on June 22nd 1941, the day Nazi Germany invaded Soviet Union.
It was during this time that tenuous collaboration between the Partisans and the royalist Chetnik movement broke and turned into open hostility.
In 1947 and 1948 Soviet Union attempted to command obedience from Yugoslavia, primarily on issues of foreign policy, which resulted in the Tito-Stalin split and almost ignited an armed conflict.
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 Yugoslavia
After WWII, Croatian Communist Dictator Tito is an absolute ruler of Yugoslavia.
In 1990 American and German politicians push Yugoslavia off the cliff.
Yugoslavia, member state and one of the founding states of the U.N. is derecognized in record time.
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 Communist party - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In Yugoslavia, communist Partisans liberated the country from Nazi occupation and established a government without Soviet assistance.
As a result, the Communist Party of Yugoslavia was not controlled from Moscow.
Albania was liberated by communist partisans in a similar fashion, but it developed in a very different way from Yugoslavia.
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 INDEX - Yugoslavia and its peoples
The analysis of the hoax that was used as excuse for NATO bombing of Yugoslavia.
Croatian Communist; tyrant who was President of Yugoslavia for life - from 1945 till 1980.
The last American Ambassador to Yugoslavia - was a war criminal.
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The first Partisan armed unit was formed on June 22nd in Brezovica near Sisak, and the Partisans first engaged in combat on June 27th in Srb in Lika.
In all of Yugoslavia, the estimated number of Serb deaths was 487,000 according to Kočović, and 530,000 according to Žerjavić, out of a total of 1,014,000 or 1,027,000 deaths (resp.).
Young female partisans suffering from malnutrition and the harsh living conditions, suffered also from amenorrhea, with the result that many of them believed that after the war was over they would not be able to have children.
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 Zionism and Israel - Online Biographies - Hannah Senesh - Chana Senesz
Partisans helped them cross the border into Hungary on May 13th, 1944.
However, she was captured before she could begin her mission and was tortured in the Horthy Miklos Prison.
She wrote "Fortunate is the match" after she was parachuted into a partisan camp in Yugoslavia:
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 Top 20 Encyclopedia
The YPA has originated in the Yugoslav Partisan bands of WWII, they in 1942 become the People's Liberation Army and Partisan Detachments of Yugoslavia (Narodno Oslobodilačka Vojska i Partizanski Odredi Jugoslavije – NOV i POJ).
With the fall of Communism in most of the world, in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, this ultimately led to the demise of the country, and the Yugoslav People's Army dissolved into many waring factions.
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia) inherited most of the Yugoslav People's Army arsenal, though much of its infrastructure was destroyed or left in the other Yugoslav republics.
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 WWW.SHOPMILITARIA.COM WWII Serbia Yugoslavia Victory Commem medal 3 in > WWII medals > Medals > Militaria - militaria ...
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This is a nice and rare Serbian / Yugoslavian WWII War Victory Commemorative medal with partisans surrounded by a wreath and standing on top of the map of Serbia / Yugoslavia made out of red enamel.
The medal is silver and is dated at reverse 1941-1945 with text - SMRT FASIZMU * SLOBODA NARODU meaning DEATH TO FASCISM * FREEDOM TO PEOPLE.
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