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Serbia Montenegro
First posted on March 7th 2007, last revised on March 22nd 2008

For the history since 2006, see history of Serbia respectively Montenegro

Since 1999, Kosovo, while technically still part of the Republic of Serbia, is administrated separately; the (disputed) 2007 constitution foresees autonomy within the Serbian Republic.

In 1992 the process of disintegration of Yugoslavia began, as Slovenia, Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina declared independence, followed by Macedonia.
The core of Serbia (with Vojvodina, Kosovo) and Montenegro maintained the name Yugoslavia until 2003, when it adopted the name State Union of Serbia and Montenegro (Serbia and Crna Gora). Following a referendum, Montenegro declared independence in 2006.

For the years until 1992, see also Yugoslavia

Historical Atlas, Yugoslavia, Serbia pages

Country Profiles from World Desk Reference ; from Nations Encyclopedia; from Wikipedia
Library of Congress, Country Studies : (former) Yugoslavia
Links, General from Library of Congress, Portals to the World; from BUBL
Links, on History from Virtual Library History
Historical Dictionaries On-Line Encyclopedia of Serbia, from Serbia Info
Historical Maps WHKMLA Historical Atlas, Yugoslavia, Serbia pages
Map : The Changing Shape of Yugoslavia, 1815-1999, from Le Monde Diplomatique
Timelines Timeline Yugoslav History to 1995, from Timelines.ws; timeline Yugoslavia after Milosevic, from BBC News (since 2000)
Accounts of History Articles Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1992-2003), Serbia and Montenegro (2003-2006), from Wikipedia
Encyclopedia Entries see under Yugoslavia, Serbia, Montenegro, Kosovo
Politics Article Politics of Serbia and Montenegro, from Wikipedia
Political Resources on the Net : Serbia-Montenegro
Country Report : Serbia & Montenegro, from Polity IV
For the Record 2000 : Yugoslavia, from UN Human Rights System
Military Wars of Serbia/Yugoslavia 1800-1999, from ACED; entry Serbia from Military History Encyclopedia on the Web
Economy & Finances A Global History of Currencies : Serbia
Ethnography Languages of Serbia and Montenegro, from Ethnologue
Serbia, from Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre
Religion History of the Serbian Orthodox Church, from decani.org
International Religious Freedom Report 2003 : Serbia and Montenegro, from U.S. Department of State
History of Cities History of Belgrade (Beograd), from beograd.org, from Wikipedia
History of Nis, from Wikipedia
History of Kragujevac, from Wikipedia
History of Podgorica (Titograd), from Wikipedia
History of Cetinje, from Wikipedia
History of Subotica, from Wikipedia
History of Pristina, from Wikipedia
History of Sremski Karlovci (Karlowitz), from Wikipedia
History of Pec (Ipec), from Wikipedia
History of Regions see WHKMLA, History of Serbia, Montenegro, Kosovo
History of the Vojvodina, from Wikipedia
Sanjak of Novi Pazar, from Wikipedia
Institutions History, from University of Belgrade
History of Radio Television of Serbia, from Wikipedia
History, from Serbian Railways
History, from Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts
Serbia and Montenegro, from Airline History
Structurae : Serbia
Bibliographies Association for Social History (Belgrade) has numerous scholarly files on Serb, Yugoslav and Balkans history, 19th and 20th century; mostly in English
Datenbasis "Internationale Beziehungen und Länderkunde" (Databasis International Relations and Country Studies), keywords Serbien und Montenegro, Serbia and Montenegro; site in German, many English language titles listed
Others Alcohol and Drugs History Society : Serbia and Montenegro
Category : Disasters in Serbia, from Wikipedia
Articles Serbia at the Olympics, from Wikipedia

Lists of Statesmen from World Statesmen (file named Serbia) (B. Cahoon); from Rulers (B. Schemmel; on Serbia); from World Rulers (E. Schulz, illustrated); Political Leaders of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia / Serbia and Montenegro, from ZPC, including party leaders
Lists of Ambassadors Heads of Canadian Legation / Embassy in Belgrade (since 2005), from MOFA Canada
Lists of Bishops Hierarchs of the Orthodox Church, from Orthodox Research Institute ; search for Kishinev, Chisinau, Bessarabia
Population Figures Historical Population Statistics : the Yugoslav Federation, from Population Statistics at Univ. Utrecht
Historical Abortion Statistics - Serbia and Montenegro, from Johnston's Archive
Document Collections List of Ratifications of International Labour Conventions by Yugoslavia, from ILO, 66 docs. since 2000
Internet Law Library : Yugoslavia
Yugoslavia Documents, at Central Archive for the History of the Jewish People, Jerusalem
World History Archive : History of Yugoslavia
Election Results Election Results, from Psephos (Yugoslavia, 2000), from Psephos (Serbia, since 2002); from IFES Election Guide (2000), Serbia, from Elections and Electoral Systems
Archives, Musea, Libraries Website of the Archives of Yugoslavia
Exhibition : Half a Century of the Archives of Yugoslavia
Tentative Lists : Serbia, World Heritage List, scroll down for Serbia; from UNESCO World Heritage
Yugoslavia, from Showcaves
National Symbols Flag, since 1992, from FOTW; Coat of Arms (present), from International Civic Heraldry
National Anthem, from National Anthems Net
Coins, Banknotes Yugoslav Coins, from Collection Mirko Plavsic
Yugoslavia Coins, from World Coin Gallery
Banknotes of Yugoslavia, from Ron Wise's World Paper Money
Others License Plates, from Francoplaque, from License Plates of the World
Passport, from World Passports, scroll down

Online Libraries Central and Eastern European Online Library
General Accounts Fred Singleton, A Short History of the Yugoslav Peoples, Cambridge University Press (1985) 1999
Stevan K. Pavlovitch, Serbia. The History of an Idea, New York : UP 2002 [G]
Ivo Banac, Balkan Babel. The Disintegration of Yugoslavia from the Death of Tito to the War for Kosovo. Westview 1999 [G]
Dejan Djokic (ed.), Yugoslavism. Histories of a Failed Idea, University of Wisconsin Press 2003, KMLA Lib.Sign. 949.7103 D626y
Yearbooks Article : Yugoslavia, in : Statesman's Yearbook 1992-1993 pp.1607-1620, 1993-1994 pp.1611-1621, 1994-1995 pp.1611-1620, 1995-1996 pp.1606-1615, 1996-1997 pp.1603-1613, 1997-1998 pp.1608-1617, 1998-1999 pp.1745-1755, 2000 pp.1949-1962, 2001 pp.1909-1921, 2002 pp.1977-1990, 2003 pp.1981-1995 [G]
Article : Serbia and Montenegro, in : Statesman's Yearbook 2004 pp.1399-1413, 2005 pp.1410-1424, 2006 pp.1418-1432 [G]
Article Yugoslavia, in : Britannica Book of the Year 1993 pp.462, 752, 1994 pp.461-462, 752, 1995 pp.504-505, 752, 1996 pp.503-504, 752, 1997 pp.502-503, 750, 2002 pp.522-523, 767 [G]
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