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us: Yugoslavia


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    • us: Korolevstvo SKhS
    • us: Korolevstvo serbov, khorvatov i sloventsev
    • us: I︠U︡hoslavii︠a︡
    • us: Jugoslavija
    • us: Federativna Narodna Republika Jugoslavija
    • us: Yougoslavie
    • us: Kraljevina Srba, Hrvata i Slovenaca
    • us: Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes
    • us: Socijalistička Federativna Republika Jugoslavija
    • us: SFRJ
    • us: Socjalistyczna Federacyjna Republika Jugosłavii
    • us: Jugoszláv Szocialista Szövetségi Köztársaság
    • us: SFRI︠U︡
    • us: Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
    • us: Nan-ssu-la-fu
    • us: Nansilafu
    • us: Sot︠s︡ialisticheskai︠a︡ Federativnai︠a︡ Respublika I︠U︡goslavii︠a︡
    • us: Federatyvna Narodna Respublika I︠U︡hoslavii︠a︡
    • us: FNRI︠U︡
    • us: I︠U︡goslavii︠a︡
    • us: Yugosŭllabia
    • us: Yugoslavyah
    • us: Iugoslavia
    • us: Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia
    • us: République fédérative populaire de Yougoslavie
    • us: République socialiste fédérative de Yougoslavie
    • us: RSFY
    • us: FNRJ
    • us: Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
    • us: Sot︠s︡ialistychna Federatyvna Respublika I︠U︡hoslavii︠a︡
    • us: Savezna Republika Jugoslavija
    • us: Soi︠u︡zna Respublika I︠U︡hoslavii︠a︡
    • us: SRI︠U︡
    • us: Jugoslavia
    • us: FR Yugoslavia
    • us: Kraljevina Jugoslavija
    • us: Kingdom of Yugoslavia
    • us: FLRJ
    • us: Federativna ljudska republika Jugoslavija
    • us: Jugoszlávia
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      • found: Gorjup, P. Guide nautique de la Yougoslavie, c1982: t.p. (Yougoslavie)
      • found: Col. Lipp. gaz., 1961 (Yugoslavia, Serbo-Croatian Jugoslavija)
      • found: Liu, K.C. Nan-ssu-la-fu ti she hui chu i tzu chih chih tu ho ching chi fa chan, 1979: t.p. (Nan-ssu-la-fu)
      • found: Prizyv (Belgrade, Serbia). Prizyv, apr. 1926 g.: t.p. (... Korolevstvie S.Kh.S.)
      • found: Sot︠s︡ialisticheskai︠a︡ Federativnai︠a︡ Respublika I︠U︡goslavii︠a︡, 1985.
      • found: Hŏnggari, Yugosŭllabia, 1988: t.p. (Yugosŭllabia)
      • found: Cohen, T. ha-Yaʻad Yugoslavyah, 1984.
      • found: Cândea, V. Prezențe culturale românești. Bulgaria, Iugoslavia, Grecia, 1987.
      • found: Bošnjak R. Pregled zemljopisa Federativne Narodne Republike Jugoslavije, 1948.
      • found: Statistički godišnjak FNRJ. French. Annuaire statistique de la République fédérative populaire de Yougoslavie, 1954: t.p. (République fédérative populaire de Yougoslavie); OCLC #25085330 (English ed.: Statistical yearbook of the Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia)
      • found: Statistički godišnjak SFRJ. French. Annuaire statistique de la République socialiste fédérative de Yougoslavie, 1963: t.p. (République socialiste fédérative de Yougoslavie) spine (RSFY)
      • found: BGN. Foreign names info. bull., 15 Oct. 92, surrogate: p. 8 (former name: Yugoslavia [brief], Socialist Federal Republic of [conv.]; Socijalistička Federativna Republika Jugoslavija [Serbocroatian; Jugoslavija=brief]) new name: (Delete: the United States view is that the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia has dissolved and that none of the successor states represents its continuation)
      • found: Industrija, 1991: t.p. (Savezna Republika Jugoslavija)
      • found: Chiefs of state and cabinet members of foreign governments, June 1994: p. 93 (Yugoslavia, Federal Republic of; the U.S. does not recognize the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, which consists of the Republic of Serbia and the Republic of Montenegro, as the successor to the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia)
      • found: I︠U︡hoslavii︠a︡--kryza prodovz︠h︡ui︠e︡tʹsi︠a︡, 1993: p. 7 (1945-1963: Federatyvnoi︠u︡ Narodnoi︠u︡ Respubliku I︠U︡hoslavii︠e︡i︠u︡ (FNRI︠U︡); 1963-1991: Sot︠s︡ialistychnoi︠u︡ Federatyvnoi︠u︡ Respublikoi︠u︡ I︠U︡hoslavii︠e︡i︠u︡ (SFRI︠U︡); 1991- : after the separation of Slovenia, Croatia, Macedonia, and Bosnia and Hercegovina, both Serbia and Montenegro united to proclaime a new nation named the Soi︠u︡znoï Respubliky I︠U︡hoslaviï (SRI︠U︡))
      • found: Col. gaz. of the world, 1998 (Yugoslavia; in Dec. 1918 the "Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes" was formally proclaimed; name changed to Yugoslavia (sometimes spelled Jugoslavia) in 1929)
      • found: Foreign names information bulletin, Feb. 28, 2001 (former name: none; new name: Yugoslavia [short form], Federal Republic of [conventional]; Savezna Republika Jugoslavija [Serbocroatian] [Jugoslavija = short form]--PCLI, 43°45ʹN 20°45E (YI))
      • found: Boston globe, Mar. 15, 2002: p. A8 (Yugoslavia's two remaining republics committed yesterday to form new state with new name: Serbia and Montenegro; common defense and foreign policy, separate economies)
      • found: The consequences of NATO bombing for the environment in FR Yugoslavia, 2000: t.p., etc. (FR Yugoslavia)
      • found: Reuters, 02-04-2003 (Yugoslavia officially buried what remained of the bloodied federation Tuesday after a decade of Balkan wars and formed a loose union of Serbia and Montenegro to take its place. The federal assembly cleared the final hurdle for establishing the Western-brokered union by passing its founding charter with an absolute majority in both houses, consigning the name Yugoslavia to history after almost 75 years... The charter comes into force immediately, but it is expected to take about a month before the institutions of the union -- simply named Serbia and Montenegro -- are set up. They include a 126-member parliament which will pick a president.)
      • found: Info. from chairman, United States Board on Geographic Names, Feb. 13, 2003 (Foreign Names Committee, USBGN, approved the change of name from Yugoslavia [short form], Federal Republic of [conventional] to Serbia and Montenegro)
      • found: Objava za sadnju duvana u ... godini, 1940: t.p. (Samostalna uprava državnih monopola Kraljevine Jugoslavije)
      • found: Zbornik VI. kongresa geografov FLRJ, 1962.
      • found: Wikipedia, Slovenian version, Oct. 13, 2009: Socialistična federativna republika Jugoslavija (from 1946 to 1963 known as Federativna ljudska republika Jugoslavija (FLRJ)) {http://sl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Socialisti%C4%8Dna_federativna_republika_Jugoslavija}
      • found: Mák, Ferenc, Vesztegzár, 2013: title page (Jugoszlávia)
      • found: Wikipedia, English version, Dec. 2, 2015: Kingdom of Yugoslavia (formed on 1 Dec. 1918 by merger of provisional State of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs with Kingdom of Serbia; officially called the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, but the term "Yugoslavia" was its colloquial name from its origins; official name changed to Kingdom of Yugoslavia on 3 Oct. 1929; country occupied by Germany in World War II and kingdom came to an end)
    • Editorial Notes

      • [For the 1946-1991 period, Yugoslavia consisted of six constituent republics: Bosnia and Hercegovina; Croatia; Macedonia (Republic); Montenegro; Serbia; Slovenia. After 1991, consists of Serbia and Montenegro]
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      • 1980-05-07: new
      • 2015-12-04: revised
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