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First posted on May 7th 2002, last revised on January 6th 2011






For the period since 1992 see Federal Republic of Yugoslavia / Serbia and Montenegro (1992-2003 / 2003-2006), Slovenia, Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina Macedonia.
In 1999 Kosovo was occupied by NATO forces and is, since then, administrated under the guidance of NATO. Montenegro declared independence in 2006, leaving a rump Serbia (with Vojvodina, and technically, Kosovo.

Yugoslavia 1980-1992
Yugoslavia 1968-1980
Yugoslavia 1949-1968
Yugoslavia 1944-1949
Yugoslavia 1941-1945
Yugoslavia 1929-1941
SHS 1918-1929

For the years before 1918, see also Serbia, Montenegro, Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia & Herzegovina

Historical Atlas, Yugoslavia Page






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WEB-BIBLIOGRAPHY . . . EXTERNAL FILES
Country Profiles modern from Wikipedia; Library of Congress, Country Studies : (former) Yugoslavia
historical
Links General
on History from Virtual Library History
Historical Dictionaries
Organizations
Timelines Timeline Yugoslav History to 1995, from Timelines.ws; timeline Yugoslavia after Milosevic, from BBC News (since 2000)
Accounts of History General, Modern Articles Kingdom of Yugoslavia (1918-1941), Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1943-1992), from Wikipedia
Croats and Serbs - Two Old and Different Nations, by Dominik Mandic, translated by Vicko Rendic
General, Historical
Specific Periods
Politics
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
Social History
Ethnography Hikmet Oksüz, Ülkü Köksal, Emigration from Yugoslavia to Turkey (1923-1960), Turkish Review of Balkan Studies 2004 pp.145-176
Religion History of the Serbian Orthodox Church, from decani.org
Archdiocese Zagreb, Diocese of Dubrovnik, from Catholic Hierarchy
History of the Jews in Croatia, from Wikipedia
Croatia, from Virtual Jewish History Tour
Former Yugoslavia, from International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies - Cemetery Project
Islam in Bosnia & Herzegovina, by Saffet Abid
Yugoslavia, from Roman Catholic Hierarchy
Patron Saints Index : Yugoslavia
History of Regions see WHKMLA, History of Serbia, Montenegro, Kosovo, Macedonia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia
History of the Vojvodina, from Wikipedia
Sanjak of Novi Pazar, from Wikipedia
History of Slavonia, from Wikipedia
History of Istria, from Wikipedia
History of the Banat, from Wikipedia
Local History in Serbia proper : History of Belgrade (Beograd), from beograd.org, from Wikipedia; History of Nis, from Wikipedia; History of Kragujevac, from Wikipedia; History of Sremski Karlovci (Karlowitz), from Wikipedia
in Montenegro : History of Podgorica (Titograd), from Wikipedia, History of Cetinje, from Wikipedia
in the Vojvodina : History of Subotica, from Wikipedia
in Kosovo : History of Pristina, from Wikipedia, History of Pec (Ipec), from Wikipedia
in Croatia : History of Zagreb (Agram), from Wikipedia; History of Rijeka (Fiume), from Wikipedia, History of Split (Spalato), from Wikipedia, History of Zadar (Zara), from Wikipedia, History of Dubrovnik (Ragusa), from Wikipedia, History of Osijek (Esseg), from Wikipedia, Vukovar, from Wikipedia
in Bosnia-Herzegovina : History of Sarajevo, History of Mostar, from Wikipedia
in Macedonia : History of Skopje (Üsküb), from Wikipedia, History of Ohrid, from Wikipedia
in Slovenia : History of Ljubljana (Laibach, Lubiana), 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
Yugoslavia, from Airline History
Culture
Biographies
Others

WEB-BIBLIOGRAPHY . . . EXTERNALLY POSTED DOCUMENTS
Historical Data Lists of Statesmen from World Statesmen (file named Serbia) (B. Cahoon); from Rulers (B. Schemmel; on Serbia); from World Rulers (E. Schulz, illustrated); Leaders of Yugoslavia 1945-1992, from ZPC
Lists of Ambassadors Heads of Canadian Legation / Embassy in Belgrade (since 1942/1944), from MOFA Canada
Chinese Ambassadors to Serbia and Montenegro, from PRC MOFA
Lists of Consuls The Political Graveyard : Yugoslavia, has incomplete list of U.S. Consuls
Population Figures Historical Abortion Statistics - Yugoslavia, from Johnston's Archive
Election Results Elections of 1923, from Wikipedia
Documents Historical Newspapers Official Gazettes Flare, Union List of Official Gazettes, Yugoslavia
Links, Overviews Kranten Historisch [historical newspapers]
Newspapers and Magazines, from Digital National Library of Serbia
World History Archive : History of Yugoslavia
Online Yearbooks - Yugoslavia Entries
Newsreels
Propaganda Films George C. Marshall Motion Pictures
Films on History/Society Film Center Serbia
Article : Cinema of Yugoslavia, from Wikipedia
Yugoslavia, from Cinema of the World
List of Yugoslav Films of the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990-2003, from Wikipedia
Image Databanks Systematic Collections
General
Systematic Collections
Specialist
Accidental Collections
Universal Collections
Items on Yugoslavia
License Plates, from Francoplaque, from License Plates of the World
Passport, from World Passports, scroll down
Past to Present, Photos from Yugoslavia
Archival Deposits Yugoslavia Documents, at Central Archive for the History of the Jewish People, Jerusalem
Guide to the Hoover Institution Archives 1980, GB ; search for Yugoslavia, Serbs
Exhibition : Half a Century of the Archives of Yugoslavia
Search CIA Released Documents for Yugoslavia
Nationaalarchief (NL) : Inventaris van het archief van het Gezantschap in Joegoslavië te Belgrado, 1944-1954; Inventaris van het archief van het Consulaat(-Generaal) te Belgrado, 1891-1920; Gezantschap Zuid-Slavië, 1920-1932 (1940); Inventaris van de archieven van het Nederlands Gezantschap, later de Ambassade (1955-1974) te Belgrado en het Consulaat te Rijeka in Joegoslavië (Belgrado)
Constitutions, Laws List of Ratifications of International Labour Conventions by Yugoslavia, from ILO, 66 docs. since 2000
Internet Law Library : Yugoslavia
Search Prassi Italiana di Dirito Internazionale, Indice delle leggi e degli altri atti normativi, for Regno Serbo-Croato-Sloveno, 261 entries, in Italian
Treaties General Treaty Collections
Bilateral Treaty Collections Yugoslavia, pp.1227-1288 in vol.12 of Treaties and Other International Agreements of the United States of America 1776-1949, 1974, GB
Consular Reports Foreign Relations of the United States 1851-1958/1960
Document Collections Making the History of 1989 : Yugoslavia
Historical Maps collections WHKMLA Historical Atlas, Yugoslavia, Serbia pages
Historical Maps, from Srpska Mreza, tendentious site
Herder-Institut, Topographische Kartenwerke, click J for Jugoslawien
Former Yugoslavia Maps, PCL, UTexas
Former Yugoslavia Topographic Maps, PCL, UTexas
Category : Old Maps of Yugoslavia, Wikimedia Commons
Yugoslavia, hindsight Balkans 1918-1938, 1938-1945, 1945-2003, J. de Salas Vara del Rey
Yugoslavia 1941, J. de Salas Vara del Rey
Map : The Changing Shape of Yugoslavia, 1815-1999, from Le Monde Diplomatique
European Heritage Library : Visual History of Yugoslavia and its breakup in the Yugoslav Wars (1918-2008) (maps explained)
Yugoslavia, contemporary Ethnic Map : Balkans 1877 (Synvet), Wikipedia, Balkans 1880 (Ravenstein), Wikipedia
Yugoslavia 1922, 1932, 1938, Probert Encyclopedia
Discus Media : Yugoslavia and Adria Map, 1929
detail, hindsight
detail, contemporary
Parliamentary Debates
Historic Tour Guides, Travelogues
Institutions Archives Website of the Archives of Yugoslavia
Musea
Monuments
Libraries
National Symbols Flags, Coats of Arms Flag, 1918-1929, 1945-1991, from FOTW; Coat of Arms (present), from International Civic Heraldry
Coins, Banknotes Yugoslav Coins, from Collection Mirko Plavsic
Yugoslavia Coins, from World Coin Gallery
Banknotes of Yugoslavia, from Ron Wise's World Paper Money

PRINTED REFERENCE
Bibliographies general ISBN Database
RHS Bibliography; UK National Archive Online Library
Datenbasis Internationale Beziehungen und Länderkunde (Data Base on International Relations and Country Studies) (site in German, most titles listed in English; numerous entries; publications mostly since 1970)
on Yugoslavia Association for Social History (Belgrade) has numerous scholarly files on Serb, Yugoslav and Balkans history, 19th and 20th century; mostly in English
Online Libraries general Internet Archives; Gutenberg Library Online; e-corpus
on Yugoslavia Digital Library of Montenegrin Culture; Digital National Library of Serbia; Digital Library of Slovenia
Central and Eastern European Online Library
Online Journals full text online
Contents Online
General Accounts Adrian Webb, The Longman Companion to Central and Eastern Europe since 1919, London etc.: Longman 2002 [G]
Fred Singleton, A Short History of the Yugoslav Peoples, Cambridge UP (1985) 1999, KMLA Lib. Call Sign 949.7 S617a
John R. Lampe, Yugoslavia as History, Cambridge UP (1996) 2nd ed. 2000, KMLA Lib. Call Sign 949.7 L237y
Leslie Benson, Yugoslavia, A Short History, London : Palgrave 2001, KMLA Lib. Call Sign 940.7 B474y
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 if a Failed Idea, Wisconsin UP 2003, KMLA Lib. Call Sign 949.7103 D626y
Specific Topics Yugoslavia, pp.76-84, in : Derek H. Aldcroft, Europe's Third World. The European Periphery in the Interwar Years. Leicester : UP 2006, KMLA Lib. Call Sign 940.09724 A357e
Milovan Djilas, Tito. The Story from Inside, NY : Harcourt Brace Jovanovich 1980 [G]
Milovan Djilas, Fall of the New Class, N.Y. : Knopf 1998 [G]
Stevan K. Pavlovitch, Serbia. The History of an Idea, New York : UP 2002 [G]
Ivo Goldstein, Croatia, a History, London : C. Hurst (1999) 2001 [G]
Noel Malcolm, Bosnia. A Short History, NY UP (1994) 1998 [G]
Memoirs Milovan Djilas, Wartime, NY : Harcourt Brace Jovanovich 1977 [G]
Milovan Djilas, Memoir of a Revolutionary, NY : Harcourt Brace Jovanovich 1973 [G]
Vane Ivanovic, LX. Memoirs of a Jugoslav, NY : Harcourt Brace Jovanovich 1977 [G]
Historical Dictionary Robert Stallaerts, Jeannine Laurens, Historical Dictionary of the Republic of Croatia, Lanham Md. : Scarecrow 1995 [G]