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         Former Yugoslavia History:     more books (100)
  1. An Insider's Guide to the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia: A Documentary History and Analysis by Virginia Morris, Michael P. Scharf, 1995-05-01
  2. Yugoslavia as History: Twice there was a Country by John R. Lampe, 2000-03-28
  3. Impossible Histories: Historic Avant-Gardes, Neo-Avant-Gardes, and Post-Avant-Gardes in Yugoslavia, 1918-1991
  4. Yugoslavia: A Concise History: Revised and Updated Edition by Leslie Benson, 2004-02-07
  5. The Former Yugoslavia's Diverse Peoples: A Reference Handbook by Matjaz Klemencic, Mitja Zagar, 2003-10
  6. UN Peacekeeping in Trouble: Lessons Learned from the Former Yugoslavia by Martin Vadset, 1999-02-01
  7. The Wars of Former Yugoslavia (Troubled World) by David Taylor, 2002-04-25
  8. The War in Former Yugoslavia (New Perspectives Series) by Nathaniel Harris, 1997-07-31
  9. The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia: An Exercise in Law, Politics, and Diplomacy by Rachel Kerr, 2004-03-25
  10. Yugoslavia: A History of its Demise by Viktor Meier, 1999-07-23
  11. War and Peace in the Balkans: The Diplomacy of Conflict in the Former Yugoslavia (International Library of War Studies) by Ian Oliver, 2005-07-22
  12. Former Yugoslavia Through Documents:From Its Dissolution to the Peace Settlement (Pt. 2) by Sneizana Trifunovska, 1999-05-27
  13. The Collapse of Yugoslavia 1991-1999 (Essential Histories) by Alastair Finlan, 2004-11-11
  14. Transacting Transition: The Micropolitics of Democracy Assistance in the Former Yugoslavia by Keith Brown, 2006-07-30

1. Yugoslavia - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Yugoslavia (Croatian, Serbian, Slovene Jugoslavija; Macedonian, Serbian Cyrillic Југославија) is a term that describes three political entities that existed
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Please help improve this article by adding reliable references . Unsourced material may be challenged and removed (September 2008) General location of the political entities known as Yugoslavia. The precise borders varied over the years. Yugoslavia Croatian Serbian Slovene Jugoslavija Macedonian Serbian Cyrillic : Југославија) is a term that describes three political entities that existed successively on the western part of Balkan Peninsula in Europe, during most of the 20th century. The first country to be known by this name was the Kingdom of Yugoslavia , which before 3 October 1929 was known as the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes . It was established on 1 December 1918 by the union of the State of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs and the Kingdom of Serbia (to which the Kingdom of Montenegro was annexed on 13 November 1918, and the Conference of Ambassadors in Paris gave international recognition to the union on 13 July 1922). The Kingdom of Yugoslavia was invaded by the Axis powers in 1941, and because of the events that followed, was officially abolished in 1943 and 1945.

2. Istrian Hounds Breed Information | Istrian Hound Puppies Breeders
Croatia and former Yugoslavia. History The Istrian Hound is an ancient breed long prized in its region of origin. Although its exact origins are unknown, it is thought that its
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Breed Group: Scenthound group. Weight: Approximately 40-44 pounds (18-20 kg). Height: Approximately 17-23 inches (44-58 cm). Color(s): Istrian Hounds are white with orange-coloured markings on the ears, forehead, and sometimes the body. Coat: Istrian Hounds can either be wirehaired or smoothhaired. The wirehaired variety is characterised by a coat of 5-10 cm in length that stands on end while the smoothhaired variety is characterised by a glossy coat of fine and dense fur.
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Character: The Istrian Hound has a powerful voice and is an excellent bloodhound. At the same time, this breed is calm and affectionate and is great for companionship. Country of Origin: Croatia and former Yugoslavia. History: The Istrian Hound is an ancient breed long prized in its region of origin. Although its exact origins are unknown, it is thought that its history is likely similar to that of the Italian hounds. While available in two varieties, the smoothhaired Istrian Hound is the more popular variety. In 1866, this breed first appeared in a show in Vienna. Today, the Istrian Hound is still used for hunting prey such as foxes and rabbits. Name: Additional names for this breed include Istarski Ostrodlaki Gonic, Istarski Kratkolaki Gonic, Wirehaired Istrian Hound, Smoothhaired Istrian Hound, and Istrian Pointer.

3. BBC NEWS | History File | Yugoslavia & The Balkans | 1900 - 1998
BBC history file with timeline to see how the region has changed, along with a summary of key events,
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4. Draxblog III: History
Wednesday, April 07, 2010 at 1702 in Croatia Politics, Former Yugoslavia, History, War Permalink Comments (0) TrackBack (0) Technorati Tags corruption, Croatian Patriotic War
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5. Former Yugoslavia - History Of The Former Yugoslavia
Learn about the former European country of Yugoslavia (19451992), now composed of Slovenia, Macedonia, Croatia, Serbia and Montenegro, and Bosnia, from your expert
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    Slovenia, Macedonia, Croatia, Serbia, Montenegro, Kosovo, and Bosnia By Matt Rosenberg , Guide
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    Proud citizens of Kosovo, part of Former Yugoslavia, wave their country's new flag in February 2008. Getty Images zSB(3,3) Jul 22 2009 With the fall of the Austria-Hungary empire at the end of World War I, the victors threw together a new country which was composed of more than twenty ethnic groups - Yugoslavia. Just over seventy years later that piecemeal nation disintegrated and war broke out between seven new states. This overview should help clear up some confusion about what's in place of the former Yugoslavia now. Marshal Tito was able to keep Yugoslavia unified from the formation of the country from 1945 until his death in 1980. At the end of World War II, Tito ousted the Soviet Union and was then "excommunicated" by Josef Stalin. Due to Soviet blockades and sanctions, Yugoslavia began developing trade and diplomatic relationships with western European governments, even though it was a communist country. After the death of Stalin, relations between the USSR and Yugoslavia improved.

    6. Former Synonyms, Former Antonyms |
    adjective most senior. Synonyms earlier , elder , eldest, first , firstborn adjective leaving. Synonyms departing, ex-, former , last , migratory, outbound

    7. Former Yugoslavia History News - Media Monitoring Service By EIN News
    Former Yugoslavia History News. Service for global professionals. Constantly updated news and information about Former Yugoslavia History.
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    8. A Nation In Denial
    But it's an odd kind of truth commission, consisting mainly of scholars charged with a historical investigation of the whole complex breakup of former Yugoslavia. History is being
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    Timothy Garton Ash argues that we need a Serbian soap opera as well as the Slobo v Carla show. Whenever I am in Belgrade, I go to see Dule. Dule is a former major in the Yugoslav army. He is short, fat and a louring anthology of Serbian resentment. I first met him when the memory of the massacre of Bosnian Muslims at Srebrenica was still fresh. He told me that in Srebrenica "Muslims killed Muslims". Serbian forces, he explained, were driving the Muslims out and the Muslims got frightened, so they started killing each other.
    Meanwhile, he said, the Serbs should definitely stick with Slobodan Milosevic. But hadn't the great leader just falsified the election results? Yes, but that wasn't Milosevic, "it was the people around him".
    Over the years, it was fascinating to see his views change, and his personal memories with them. Three days after Milosevic fell, Dule was all civil and pro-European, like a man suddenly recovered from madness. Why, if Montenegro wanted to abandon Serbia too, that was fine by him. After all, he assured me, "Milosevic was a Montenegrin". (And, said the Germans after 1945, Hitler was an Austrian.)
    A fortnight ago I was back in Belgrade. Everyone I met had been watching Milosevic defend himself before the tribunal in the Hague, slogging it out with the prosecutor Carla del Ponte: the Slobo v Carla show, a television soap. Dule too. He was in bed with flu, so couldn't receive me, but passed on his views over the telephone. The Milosevic trial was a disgrace, he said. Never before had a head of state been thus arraigned before a court. Milosevic was doing a great job: "He's fighting, and I admire him." Although, he added, "you know we never supported Milosevic". (Of course, of course, but may I just refer you to page five of my notebook entry for Saturday 8 March 1997, open before me as I write?)

    9. DSpace@MIT : Telecommunication Technologies Development In Countries Of The Form
    Telecommunication technologies development in countries of the former Yugoslavia history, needs and policy options for the future Author Sulejmanpa i ‡, Adnan, 1976
    Telecommunication technologies development in countries of the former Yugoslavia : history, needs and policy options for the future
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    Title: Telecommunication technologies development in countries of the former Yugoslavia : history, needs and policy options for the future Author: Other Contributors: Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Technology and Policy Program. Advisor: Nicholas A. Ashford. Department: Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Technology and Policy Program. Publisher: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Issue Date: Abstract: Description: Thesis (S.M.)Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Engineering Systems Division, Technology and Policy Program, 2005. Includes bibliographical references (p. 89-90). URI: Keywords: Technology and Policy Program.
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    10. H. Douglas Barclay Law Library Selected New Acquisitions - Feb. 2003
    Crisis of peacekeeping in former Yugoslavia history and international law aspects of United Nations peacekeeping operations in Croatia, 19911996 / BookWorld Publications, 2002.

    11. Former Yugoslavia: History In Action
    EUROCLIO is the European Association of History Educators, which strives to promote and support the development of history education so that it strengthens peace, stability

    12. Yugoslavian Hound
    Yugoslavian Hound Other names Jugoslovenski GonicYugoslavian Mountain Hound (Planinski). Yugoslavian Tricolor Hound. Native country Former Yugoslavia

    13. Yugoslavia Page
    Former Yugoslavia history History. Yugoslavia means the state of the South Slavs. There were the
    State Capital Yugoslavia Beograd Jugoslaviya Belgrade Currency unit Yugoslav dinar Connections Balkans Borders Central Europe Habsburgs ... YugoslaviaMap External Former Yugoslavia history Politics Economics Green ... Climate History Yugoslavia means the state of the South Slavs. There were the following linguistic and religious groups within its borders: Serbs; Croats; Slovenes; Macedonians (these are all Slavs); Albanians; Hungarians, Romanians. The area owes its ethnic diversity to migrations of Slavs into territory formerly part of the Roman Empire, at that time occupied by the Illyrians (whose descendants are believed to be the Albanians). Most of the area was later occupied by the Ottoman Empire. At that time some of the inhabitants converted to Islam, especially in Bosnia. The Christians are split into two main groups: the Croats and Slovenes who are mostly Catholics; the Serbs and Macedonians who are Greek Orthodox. The Croat language is almost the same as the Serb language, but they are written with different alphabets, reflecting the history of their conversion to Christianity, from the west and east respectively. (Sir Fitzroy Maclean, the British diplomat who liaised with Tito during the second world war, says that not even Yugoslavs can distinguish the two peoples by spoken language alone. This suggests that the dispute resembles that in Northern Ireland where the peoples are only distinguishable by religion and historical mythology.)

    14. Yugoslavia -
    Top questions and answers about Yugoslavia. Find 5048 questions and answers about Yugoslavia at Read more.

    15. Telecommunication Technologies Development In Countries Of The
    Telecommunication Technologies Development in Countries of the Former Yugoslavia History, Needs and Policy Options for the Future by Adnan Sulejmanpasic M.Sc. Electrical Engineering

    16. Montenegro: The Sweet Spot From Cond Nast Traveler On
    In the 1993 book Balkan Ghosts, Robert Kaplan writes that in the former Yugoslavia, history can be found underfoot. I think of this as I continue making my way down from the

    17. Book Reviews
    The Destiny also parallels the destiny of a multiethnic society in the volatile region of the former Yugoslavia. History predicts the destiny of this multi-ethnic society.
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    The Physiological Basis of Rehabilitation, 2nd Edition.
    Richard L. Lieber.
    ISBN: 0-7817-3061-9.
    . The book is designed specifically for students in the various fields of physical rehabilitation which would include, physical therapists, rehabilitation specialists, occupational therapists, athletic trainers, and exercise leaders. The author displays clearly his love for his topic and has made every effort to focus the book on information this occupational group needs to know regarding the areas selected for coverage in the six chapters. Tailoring the book so specifically to the needs and requirements of physical therapists and trainers inevitably makes the book somewhat less useful for other groups. Exercise physiologists and muscle physiologists will find the book useful as an introductory treatment of skeletal muscle, but will need to move on to more advanced textbooks for treatments of muscle, myofiber and cross-bridge structure and function.
    Coverage of Topics.

    18. Greg Chilton - WORLD GEOGRAPHY
    Former Yugoslavia. History lesson and timeline. Current issue discussion. 33-08 thru 3-7-08. How do changes around the world affect you? Look into past articles

    19. Yugoslavia: History —
    Encyclopedia — Yugoslavia History. Yugoslavia came into existence as a result of World War I. In 1914 only Serbia (which included the present Republic of Macedonia) and Montenegro were

    20. Former Yugoslavia-history
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