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Croatia


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    • Narodna Republika Hrvatska
    • Socijalistička Republika Hrvatska
    • SRH
    • Hrvatska
    • S.R.H
    • Kroatien
    • SR Hrvatska
    • SR Croatia
    • People's Republic of Croatia
    • Croazia
    • Socialist Republic of Croatia
    • NR Hrvatska
    • Khorvatii͡a
    • קרואטיה
    • Ḳroʼeṭyah
    • Horvátország
    • Repubblica di Croazia
    • クロアチア
    • Kuroachia
    • クロアチア独立国
    • Kuroachia Dokuritsukoku
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  • Sources

    • found: Kessler, W. Politik, Kultur und Gesellschaft in Kroatien und Slawonien in der ersten Hälfte des 19. Jahrhunderts, 1981:t.p. (Kroatien)
    • found: Godiš. izvješ. Met. aerol. ops. Zagreb--Mak., 1972:t.p. (... SR Hrvatske; SR Croatia)
    • found: Vis. met. ops. Slj. God. izv., 1956:t.p. (... Narodne Republike Hrvatske; People's Republic of Croatia)
    • found: BGN. Foreign names info. bull., 1 June 1992:p. ii (on 7 April 1992, the United States recognized Bosnia and Hercegovina, Croatia, and Slovenia as sovereign states with their republic borders constituting international boundaries) p. 1 (former name: Hrvatska [brief], Socijalistička Republika; ADM1; new name: Croatia; PCLI, 45°10ʹN, 15°30ʹE)
    • found: BGN. Foreign names info. bull., 15 Oct. 1992:p. 2 (former name: Croatia; PCLI; name name: Croatia [brief], Republic of [conventional]; Republika Hrvatska [Hrvatska=brief] [Serbocroatian]; PCLI, 45°10ʹN, 15°30ʹE)
    • found: Trasparenze imperiali, c1997:t.p. (Croazia)
    • found: Wikipedia, June 24, 2008(Socialist Republic of Croatia (Croatian, Serbian: Socijalistička Republika Hrvatska) was the official name of Croatia as a constituent republic in the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia; was founded as the Federal State of Croatia (Croatian: Federalna Država Hrvatska, or FD Hrvatska) on May 9, 1944; on Nov. 29, 1945, the Federal State of Yugoslavia became the Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia, a Stalinist People's Republic. Accordingly, the Federal State of Croatia became People's Republic of Croatia (Narodna Republika Hrvatska, or NR Hrvatska); in 1963 the People's Republic of Croatia became the Socialist Republic of Croatia)
    • found: Glovi͡uk, Sergeĭ. Starai͡a moneta, 2008p. 168 (Khorvatii͡a; Khorvatii)
    • found: Novyĭ illi͡ustrirovannyĭ ėnt͡siklopedicheskiĭ slovarʹ, 1999(Khorvatii͡a, Respublika Khorvatii͡a, gos-vo na I͡U. Evropy, na Z. omyvaetsi͡a Adriatich. m.)
    • found: ha-Kol zorem, 2006?:p. 47 (קרואטיה = Ḳroʼeṭyah) p. 2 (Croatia [in roman])
    • found: Mak, Ferenc. Vesztegzár, 2013:title page (Horvátország)
    • found: Santa Sede e Croazia, 2013:t.p. (Repubblica di Croazia)
    • found: Web NDL authorities, October 4, 2018(クロアチア = Kuroachia; variants: クロアチア独立国 = Kuroachia Dokuritsukoku; Croatia)
    • notfound: Kazimirović, V. NDH u svetlu nemačkih dokumenata i dnevnika Gleza fon Horstenau, 1941-1944, 1987: t.p. (NDH) p. 5 (... Nezavisne Države Hrvatske)
  • Editorial Notes

    • [For 1946-1991, one of the six republics of Yugoslavia; in 1992 became an independent nation.]
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  • Change Notes

    • 1981-04-17: new
    • 2018-10-13: revised
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