Focus is on the history of the region of the Balkans that was formerly united as the nation of Yugoslavia, including regions and nations known as Serbia, Montenegro, Kosovo, Vojvodina, Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Hercegovina, and Macedonia (former Yugoslav Republic of). Portions of the region were at various earlier times included in the Ottoman Empire, Austro-Hungarian Empire, the Roman Empire, the Byzantine Empire, and other super-national groupings.
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Teaching about Conflict and Crisis in the Former Yugoslavia: The Case of Bosnia-Hercegovina
Provides facts and explanations about the peoples and places of the former Yugoslavia, including Bosnia-Hercegovina; the collapse of Yugoslavia and the crisis in Bosnia-Hercegovina or "Bosnia;" and the causes, conditions, and consequences of the Bosnian war. Finally, sources of information and materials for teachers are listed. [PDF]
US Library of Congress - Country Study: Yugoslavia (Former)
Country profile provides information about its historical setting, society and environment, economy, government and politics, and national security.
World History Archives: History of Yugoslavia
Collection of topical articles.
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