1945-1980 since 1991






Croatia within Yugoslavia 1980-1991



In 1990 the first multiparty elections were held. The HDZ, headed by Franjo Tudjman, an ex-Communist converted to nationalist, emerged victorious. Meanwhile, the Yugoslav presidency was, in violation of the constitution, not handed over to moderate Croat politician Stipe Mesic. Croatia declared independence in 1991.






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Croatia, History of, from Discover Croatia, from croatia.net , from dalmatia.net, illustrated
Yugoslavia, from Library of Congress, Country Studies
Timeline Croatia, from BBC News
DOCUMENTS Historical Maps of Croatia, from dalmatia.net, bilingual
REFERENCE Fred Singleton, A Short History of the Yugoslav Peoples, Cambridge University Press (1985) 1999
Ivo Goldstein, Croatia - a History, (1999) McGill-Queen's UP 2001 [G]
Tihomir Cipek, The Croats and Yugoslavism, pp.71-83 in : Dejan Djokic (ed.), Yugoslavism. Histories of a Failed Idea, University of Wisconsin Press 2003, KMLA Lib.Sign. 949.7103 D626y
Article : Yugoslavia : Croatia, in : Statesman's Yearbook 1984-1985 pp.1613-1614, 1985-1986 pp.1609-1610, 1986-1987 p.1608, 1987-1988 p.1611, 1988-1989 p.1614, 1989-1990 p.1610, 1990-1991 pp.1611-1612, 1991-1992 p.1607 [G]


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