The Breakup of Yugoslavia

For most of the 20th century, there existed
a country in Southeastern Europe called Yugoslavia. Today, however, what used to be Yugoslavia
is now 6 fully independent countries… plus one self-declared independent country, but
more on that later. So why exactly did Yugoslavia split up? Well…
before looking at why it split up, let’s first look at how it came to be. For this,
we need to go back to 1918 and the end of the World War 1. Yugoslavia was created from the Kingdom of
Serbia, the Kingdom of Montenegro, and what used to be territories of the Austria-Hungarian
Empire. The country was originally called the Kingdom
of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, but later changed its name to the Kingdom of Yugoslavia. This lasted until about 1941, when Yugoslavia
was occupied by Axis the powers of Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy during World War II. The
Axis powers installed their own puppet governments which effectively ended the Kingdom of Yugoslavia. In 1945, after the Allied victory in World
War II, Yugoslavia was re-established, this time as Socialist state, a federation of six
republics: Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro, and Macedonia. After initially siding with Joseph Stalin
and the Soviet Union, Yugoslavia remained neutral throughout the Cold War, and even
went on to become one of the founding members of the Non-Aligned Movement. Throughout Yugoslavia’s existence, there
had always been ethnic tensions among the various ethnic groups. This would ultimately
lead to the country’s collapse, but under the rule of their first president, Josip Broz
Tito, these tensions were largely kept under control, as he promoted “Brotherhood and
Unity” between the six republics, and always tried to suppress nationalism, sometimes by
force. The death of Tito in 1980 is often viewed
as the beginning of the end of Yugoslavia. During the 1980s Yugoslavia’s economy took
a turn for the worse, ethnic tensions began to rise, and nationalism began to grow among
some of the individual republics. This, coupled with the fall of Communism around the world..
all contributed to what would become the Yugoslav Wars and the breakup of Yugoslavia. The ruling political party in the country
was the League of Communists. There were 8 members… the six republics, as well as the
two autonomous provinces of Serbia: Vojvodina and Kosovo. In 1986, Slobodan Milošević
became leader of the Serbian branch. Milošević and his supporters were uncomfortable with
the autonomous provinces of Serbia, as Belgrade had very little control over the politics
in these parts of the country. Supporters of Milošević, through large protests,
known as the “Rallies of Truth”, managed to overthrow the political leaders in Kosovo,
Vojvodina, and Montenegro, which were replaced by allies of Milošević. Serbia had effectively created a voting bloc,
having 4 of the 8 votes. The other Yugoslav republics, especially Slovenia, openly criticised
these actions. In 1989, the autonomy of the province of Kosovo
was abolished. Kosovo was about 80% ethnic Albanian, with ethnic Serbs being in the minority.
Unsurprisingly, the Albanian majority were extremely unhappy with this motion.. and this
led to the Kosovo miners’ strike, in which more than 1300 Albanian miners went on a hunger
strike. During what would become the last meeting
of the League of Communists, there was a heated debate between the Slovenian and Serbian leaders
about the structure of Yugoslavia. Slovenia called for more autonomy for the individual
republics, while Serbia wanted more unity and centralization. The Slovenian delegates left the congress
meeting in protest, and were soon followed by the Croatians and Macedonians. After the the League of Communists of Yugoslavia
was dissolved, multi-party elections were held in all 6 of the republics for the first
time. The Croatian people voted into power the newly
established Croatian Democratic Union party and their leader Franjo Tuđman.The new Croatian
flag was raised as the country moved towards its declaration of independence which later
followed. Croatia’s population was mostly ethnic Croats,
but the country also had a large minority of Serbs, and large regions of Croatia had
Serbian majorities, especially along the border with Bosnia. For many Croatian Serbs, the newly elected
government was something that caused serious concern. Many Serbs remembered the last time
Croatia was an independent country – the Independent State of Croatia, during World War 2, governed
by the ultranationalist, fascist group, Ustaše, allied with Nazi Germany. The extremist group
of Croats took part in the Holocaust, carrying out a genocide campaign against ethnic Serbs. So in 1990, many Serbs had all-too vivid memories
of the atrocities committed to their people just half a century before, and many worried
about the newly elected government in Croatia. In a Serb-majority town of Knin, the local
Serbs started a rebellion, blocking off key roads throughout Croatia. Croatian Special
Force helicopters were sent to resolve the rebellion by force. However, while en route,
Yugoslav Army fighter jets flew alongside them, ordering them to turn around or be shot
down. They returned back to base. This was when the gravity of the situation
became apparent. This wasn’t just some local Serbian rebellion, they were being assisted
by the Yugoslav National Army. In the following weeks and months, the army also provided the
rebels with weapons. Many more of the Serb dominated areas in Croatia
started rebellions, taking control of Serb-majority towns, seeking to join Serbia. 3 separate rebel groups proclaimed themselves
independent from Croatia. These 3 groups would later join together and seek unification with
Serbia. On June 25th, 1991, Slovenia and Croatia both
officially declared their independence. Of course by this point, the Yugoslav Wars had
already begun, but were thus far mostly confined to Croatia, between the Croats and Serbs. However, with Slovenia declaring their independence,
this brought them into the war as well. The Yugoslav Army travelled to Slovenia, with
the goal of asking them to… politely reconsider their independence. Two days after their declaration of independence,
began what became known as the Ten-Day War, between Slovenia and the Yugoslav Army. Relative
to the other wars within Yugoslavia, there were very few casualties. After these ten days of war, under the sponsorship
of the Europe Community, an agreement was signed between Slovenia, Croatia and Yugoslavia.
The document sought to open up negotiations between the parties to resolve things peacefully. Yugoslavia withdrew their army, but the agreement
did very little to actually stop the fighting. Yugoslavia were preparing a massive attack
on Slovenia, with tanks, air force and artillery. Their military power was far superior and
they could easily take control of Slovenia. However, Serbia’s authorisation was required,
but Serbia refused. The Serbian representatives within Yugoslavia didn’t care if Slovenia
left. Slovenia was a country of almost entirely
ethnic Slovenes. Because there were very few Serbs within Slovenia, Serbia didn’t care
if they left. Croatia, on the other hand, was a different
story. Therefore Serbia were unwilling to let them leave so easily. The Croatian President
publicly stated that he would “defend every inch of Croatia” Serbian nationalists in Croatia had already
taken control of a dozen towns and villages, but things took a turn for the worse in the
Croatian border town of Vukovar, where the conflict escalated between Croatia and the
rebel Serbs. The Yugoslav Army sent a huge force to the Croatia-Serbia border, claiming
to be a neutral peacekeeping unit. Together, the Yugoslav Army and the Croatian
Serbs pushed forward taking control of more and more villages. Some of which had been
entirely populated by Croats. They were no longer just taking control of Serb dominated
parts of Croatia. Due to the escalating violence in Croatia,
the presidents of all six of the republics were called to The Hague, by the European
Community, to discuss possible peace plans. Croatian president, Franjo Tuđman, claimed
that Croatia had every right to succeed from Yugoslavia. Serbian president, Slobodan Milošević,
responded by saying that if Croatia had the right to succeed, then Serbs in Croatia had
the right to join Serbia. Europe Community peace negotiator, Lord Carrington,
presented Milošević with a question: would you be willing to accept the independence
of Croatia, subject to the human rights of Serbs outside of Serbia. To Lord Carrington’s
surprise, he said yes. In the meantime, the Yugoslav Army were planning
a massive attack on the Croatian capital, Zagreb. But such an attack carried huge risks,
of sanctions or even outside intervention. Carrington was eager to get this verbal agreement
in writing. However, when it came time to sign the document, there was one key difference.
The agreement would not simply accept Croatia’s independence, but would make all six republics
independent nations. Milošević refused to sign, as he didn’t want to dissolve Yugoslavia. The Carrington Plan, was not just for Serbia
and Milošević, but all of the republics, who voted on the plan. The plan needed 5 votes
to pass. Serbia voted no, but all 5 other republics voted yes. This was surprising given
that Montenegro was strongly allied with Serbia. As it later turned out, Italy had offered
Montenegro a large aid program if they accepted the Carrington Plan. The plan was set to go ahead, but Serbia later
blackmailed the Montenegrin president to send a letter to Lord Carrington and change his
vote, or be outed to the public as a traitor to Yugoslavia. The letter was sent, and the
plan broke down. Around this time, Macedonia held a referendum
on independence, which was 95% in favour. Macedonia was the the only republic which
broke away from Yugoslavia completely peacefully. Meanwhile in Croatia, the Croatian stronghold
in Vukovar was under siege. The small Croatian defense force managed to hold the town for
87 days, before it finally fell to the much larger Yugoslav Army. The Serbs held around
⅓ of Croatian land. In January of 1992, a ceasefire agreement
was signed between the Croats and the Serbs. But the war in Yugoslavia was not just between
Croatia and Serbia. In fact, by far the bloodiest war in Yugoslavia was the Bosnian War. Bosnia and Herzegovina was the most multicultural
of the republics, and had three main ethnic groups. The largest were the Bosniaks, often
referred to as “Bosnian Muslims”, but there was also a very large minority of Serbs,
and a smaller minority of Croats. The Bosnian Serb party leader issued a firm
warning to the Bosnian government not to pursue independence, but in February 1992, Bosnia
and Herzegovina held a referendum. Most Bosniaks and Croats voted in favour, while the majority
of Serbs boycotted the vote. The very next day, a Serb civilian in Bosnia
was killed by a Bosniak, and Serbs retaliated by setting up roadblocks in nation’s capital,
Sarajevo, and large parts of the city quickly came under the military occupation of the
Bosnian Serbs. Demands were made that Bosnia and Herzegovina stop seeking international
recognition. Serbs in Bosnia had declared their own independent
republic: the “Republika Srpska”. All Bosnian Serbs in the Yugoslav Army were transferred
to the Bosnian Serb Army. On the 27th of April, 1992, the Socialist
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia officially came to end as a new constitution was adopted
with the proclamation the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, consisting of just two of the
six republics – Serbia and Montenegro. The United Nations denied their request to automatically
continue membership as Yugoslavia. Bosnian Serbs began to take control of all
Serb-majority areas of Bosnia, as well as Muslim towns near the Serbian border. As well
as this, they also began sporadic mortar attacks on Sarajevo. The Bosnian capital would be
under siege for nearly four years. In the beginning of the Bosnian War, Bosniaks
and Croats were allied with each other, as they were fighting against a common enemy.
However, Bosnian Croats had similar ideas to the Bosnian Serbs, to take control of the
Croat-majority parts of Bosnia and join Croatia. Like the Serbs however, the Croat forces also
didn’t just take control of Croat towns. Bosnian Croats proclaimed The Croatian Republic
of Herzeg-Bosnia, a separate state from Bosnia and Herzegovina. In May of 1993, a United Nations Commander
was sent to the town of Srebrenica, which had become a refuge for Bosnian Muslims who
fled their home. He was welcoming with open arms, but when
it came time for him to leave, a crowd of people wouldn’t let him. They wanted him
to guarantee their safety and demanded help from the West. The Bosnian Serbs already had
the town surrounded. The Commander went against UN policy and announced
the town was under UN protection. Later, a unanimous UN resolution was adopted which
declared Srebrenica and other Muslim populated regions as a “Safe Area”. The international community devised a plan,
the Vance-Owen plan, which would divide the country into ten ethnic provinces: 3 Bosniak,
3 Serb, 3 Croat, as well as the neutral capital, Sarajevo. The Bosnian president, the Croatian president,
and the Bosnian Croats, had all agreed to the plan. The Serbian president urged the
Bosnian Serbs to agree to the plan, but through their military conquests, they had taken control
of about ⅔ of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Accepting the Vance-Owen Plan would mean giving up about
25% of their currently held territory, so the plan ultimately broke down. The Bosniaks and the Croats signed a peace
treaty in Washington, as the Americans demanding that Croatia stop their war against Bosnian
Muslims or face sanctions. They agreed to this as they wanted help from the West to
re-take their own land in Croatia. In February of 1994, a mortar attack on Sarajevo’s
marketplace caused the death of 68 civilians. In response to this, NATO issued the Bosnian
Serbs with an ultimatum: withdraw your heavy weapons from the hills or Sarajevo within
10 days. The Bosnian Serbs rejected the ultimatum. The Bosnian Serbs wanted to show their military
superiority over the Bosniaks, and show that they could not be bullied by the West. They
launched a mortar attack at a hospital in the town of Goražde, a UN safe area, NATO
responded with an airstrike of Bosnian Serb command post, and they retaliated by surrounding
and taking hostage 150 UN personnel. One of the other UN safe areas, Srebrenica,
while under UN military protection, was forcibly taken in what became known as the Srebrenica
Massacre where thousands of civilians were killed. With the violence at an all-time high
in Bosnia, another mortar attack on Sarajevo and another 37 civilians killed, was the final
straw, and a full-scale NATO bombing campaign began against the Bosnian Serbs. President Milošević of Serbia, demanded
that the Bosnian Serbs allow him to negotiate a peace treaty on their behalf, cutting all
ties and support from Belgrade. Meanwhile, back in Croatia, the Croatian government
had been preparing for several years to retake their land. In May and August of 1995, Croatia
launched two large-scale military assaults on the Serb-controlled parts of Croatia. By
this point, the Croats had a far stronger military. The vast majority of Serbs fled
the country, even communities that had lived in Croatia for centuries. Many Serb villages
were burnt to the ground, to ensure the Serbs never returned. With the Bosnian Serbs weakened, Croats and
Bosniaks worked together in Bosnia taking as much land as they could. Serbs fled to
Serbia and Montenegro. The Americans urged them to stop, as they wanted a peace treaty
to be signed. Peace talks took place in Dayton, Ohio, USA.
The plan was to keep Bosnia and Herzegovina as one country, but divided into two distinct
legal entities: the Bosniak-Croat Federation and the Republika Srpska. After 17 days of negotiating and several redrawn
maps, the peace treaty was finally signed between all parties. This peace treaty which put a stop to the
wars in Yugoslavia, was not quite the end of the violence. In the late 90’s, war broke
out between the Albanian majority in Kosovo, against Serbia, as they seeked their independence.
Backed by NATO, the Kosovo Liberation Army took effective control of Kosovo. The war
ended in 1999 and in 2008, the Republic of Kosovo declared itself an independent nation,
but the situation still remains unresolved to this day. In the year 2000, after the overthrow of Slobodan
Milošević, Serbia and Montenegro gave up on its desire to continue as the sole legal
successor of Yugoslavia, they joined the UN as new member, and in 2003 changed their official
name to the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro. This only last three more years though, because
in 2006, Montenegro passed a narrowly won independence referendum. Yugoslavia was a country that was built on
Brotherhood and Unity, but fell apart from internal struggle and civil war. The country
may not exist anymore but its legacy lives on. Unfortunately, the most prominent memories
from Yugoslavia’s history are the extremely unpleasant ones … but today all of the former
Yugoslav republics are peaceful and prosperous nations. However, with the still unresolved situation
in Kosovo, another war in Balkans is always a possibility. Let’s hope that doesn’t
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  1. Shame really! Only Slav nations succumb to western divide and conquer strategy so easily maybe Arabs come second but goddamnit! Is it too hard to comprehend that united you are strong but divided you are weak?

  2. Yugoslavia was artificial state created by communist creating a federate with different nationalities, with not the same rights that’s why couldn’t stand. It was the merit of Tito that was taking loans from both Russia and America and created a good economy. They never paid back loans and when Tito died nobody was able to keep the federate together and countries wanted their independence for rights and freedom.

  3. its not macedonia ofended the greeks with that so hard to understand it?Greece still owns the 52% of the macedonian region ….god

  4. So make similar videos on Iraq, Libya and get ready to make one on Syria. And prepare for Iran while trying on Russia.

  5. To all the people saying “so sad that Yugoslavia broke apart”… in the independence referendum in Croatia in 1991 more than 90% of the population voted yes. The Yugoslav constitution gave us permission to declare independence, so, why not?

  6. You should have mentioned the culmination of this conflict:-the bombing in 1999 of a European capital city by NATO airplanes

  7. A lot of lies about Srebrenica. Srebrenica was declared demilitarized zone by United Nations Security Council Resolution 819 but yet still in the cities there was a big number of Muslim fighters and soldiers under the control of Naser Orić . They have made a big number of atrocities on the Serbian civilian population. One of my good friend from one of the villages near Srebrenica told me stories about all the things that they have done. We Serbs had 2 options. The first one to let them stay in the city and attack us and the second one to attack and take control of the Srebrenica city.

  8. Slobodan Milosevic, Ratko Mladic, Radovan Karanic (Dabic) all of them are Son of B*** who killed alot Innocent People who didn´t do anything wrong

  9. The sovereign federal state of Yugoslavia was forced to break up by outside interests. George Bush's USA terminated financial assistance while demanding that SFRY break up and its component parts hold "democratic" elections. The "break-up" was likely aided by Soros-funded subversive groups. The remnants of the SFRY ended up attached to the spreading European Union, a region formed with a view to eliminating the nation-states of Europe, while bridging the north and south hemispheres. In short, SFRY was a victim of a brutal political attack.

  10. No one cares about Macedonia…. Thats why they needed attention by insisting their name hahah

  11. Croats and muslims in bosnia were wageing war between each other for almost whole war than at the end they sign alliance treaty to come victourius over serbs

  12. I'll say just that if you're not from ex-Yu then you can't do a Viideo about Yugoslavia and this Video proves it, since it missing tons of facts and many are wrong…

  13. This guy gets the "mortar attacks" wrong. The Bosniaks did it to themselves to garner support and sympathy. Think "911 was an inside job", Pearl Harbor, Gulf of Tonkin, etc.

    UN officials from the start were "suspicious about the circumstances but would not go public with their thoughts without jeopardising the UN mission" in Bosnia. Classified reports given to the commander of the UN peace keepers, General Satish Nambiar, concluded that it was likely that the army of the Bosnian government in Sarajevo carried out the attack. In fact, they were reported to believe it wasn't a mortar attack at all but a "command-detonated explosion – probably in a can". The impact mark left by the "mortar" on the market square floor was nowhere "near as large as we came to expect with a mortar round lading on a paved surface". This is also supported by another UN commander in Bosnia, General Michael Rose of the British army, who according to his book Dispatch the Bosnian government in Sarajevo shelled their own people to get a military response by NATO against the Bosnian Serbs (The Observer, 28th March 1999). NATO launched air strikes against the Bosnian Serbs as a result of this attack.

  14. And here is another article…

    Lewis MacKenzie stated the following:

    “As the Bosnian Muslim fighters became better equipped and trained, they started to venture outside Srebrenica, burning Serb villages and killing their occupants before quickly withdrawing to the security provided by the UN’s safe haven. These attacks reached a crescendo in 1994 and carried on into early 1995 after the Canadian infantry company that had been there for a year was replaced by a larger Dutch contingent.

  15. You lost all credibility once you added to the pretense that the 'Holocaust' is anything more than a figment of Jewish imagination.

  16. Where is the slaughter of the janissarys over the Serbs? Who killed 10 times more heart than any Serb criminal, and it's about it.


  18. This is Serbian propaganda. Notice how the role of Croatia during WWII was straight and to the point condemned (rightfully) although this was a puppet state, not a self-governing entity. This is the role Serbs played throughout 90's, pushed by hatred ( and irredentism. All of this nitpicking just serves to normalize the conflict and not let Serbian side take the blame. Who in their right mind starts explaining WWII with the expulsion of Germans from Alsace and occupation of Ruhr?? Or interpreting the chain of events as retaliation of Wehrmacht against the terrorists (partisan resistance)?? How would it look like today if Madrid was to send troops to raze Barcelona to the ground?? And one more thing, Serbs of Krajina did not flee Croatia, they were forcefully EVACUATED ( in order to populate Republika Srpska and to be used as leverage in negotiating Dayton since the demise of Vance-Owen plan and Srebrenica massacre (genocide) left them without international support.

  19. My ancestral roots. 2:07 Fuck you to hell Slobodan Milošević you son of a bitch. I hope the devil shoved his pitchfork up your ass for eternity!!!!

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  21. Yougoslavia was imperialistic zone of west side ,Roma (Vatikan), Wien (Maria Teresia) and east side turkish imperialist (islam). Serbs is fighter for freedom against imperialisters – Roma(Vatican), Turkye (islam) and USA who made new coloni – Kosovo. Serbs are victims of imperialisters and Serbs don't have worlds propaganda!

  22. Slovenia and Croatia are now in the EU and the other former Yugoslav states are seeking to join, including Albania. These countries will have to meet conditions in order to accede to the EU and thus, this to me seems a well worth while way of making those former warring countries work together

  23. ојводина Vojvodina Vajdaság Vojvodina Voivodina Войводина Војводина فويفودينا

  24. Only lies, this is all that the main media transmited in that time, the truth is that nato wanted to disolve Yugoslavia for económic and polítical reasons

  25. I niko tu nije kriv,krivi su picke sa vlasti, slusalismo sta god oni narede i eto poubijali smo se za dabe

  26. hahaha best military total rout ever, better than beating the Dutch. now serbs yave to have death toll equalling Allied of WW1 fir starting the war.
    Serbs also helped Communists win in Ryssia by starting a war that made White Army fatal weakenes brave of Tzar Nikolaus

  27. Is worth mentioning that Albanians are most oldest people on Balkan. Their land was stolen which was 3 times bigger than Kosovo.

  28. welcome to the balkans the only place to rival china in the amount of times its broken up and unified. only difference is that china actually matters on the world stage and for the most part the balkans are unimportant.

  29. Socialism helped bring a society towards unity & cooperation, then nationalism took over again and everyone started killing each other over petty ethnic/religious divides. Nationalism taints & destroys everything and really just results in a vicious circle for humanity.

  30. Yugoslavia was a beautiful country but the war wasn't…
    Tito kept peace but that doesn't necessarily mean that he was a good man if you do more reaserch you will see…
    The bad things and massacres some serbs did is crazy but today most peapole actually want Yugoslavia back.
    Today we mostly eat burek drink rakija and sing Balkan songs in peace ☮.

  31. Fortnite
    I prefer the real Battle Royale
    I said the real Battle Royale
    Minecraft Hunger Games (Just to trigger the players)
    I said the real Battle Royale.
    Yugoslavia Battle Royale

  32. Just goes to show – when there is a multi-ethnic country, only a ruthless dictator can keep all the crazies in line, and allow people to continue a semi-normal existence.

  33. Macedonia is a Greek word.
    Greek-Macedonian Communists sold Macedonia's name (=their "mother") due to their ideology.

    Communists use words without knowing their true meaning.
    There is a whole History behind that name which it's part of Greek Identity.

    It is not right to use others nation history.
    STOP that LIE.

  34. The biggest bullshit I ever heard. The split of Yugoslavia was carried out by the USA government because Yugoslavia didn't want to allied whit US against Russia.
    CIA instigate and infiltrate terrorist Muslims in Yugoslavia.

  35. Nobody: ……
    ._. 😐☺️

    1. 🇸🇮 Slovenia
    2. 🇭🇷 Croatia
    3. 🇧🇦 Bosnia and Herzegovina
    4. 🇷🇸 Serbia
    5. 🇲🇪 Montenegro
    6. 🇲🇰 North Macedonia

  36. Suma sumarum
    Serbs were bully pusies
    Croats won the war
    Bosnia was biggest victim
    Slovenians were smarter then others, and still are.

  37. Tito was an inside agent withch mission was to dismatel the slavic coutrys so west can take controll of them, so afterwords by americas and Eu bombarding Yugoslavia and east Europe can forse the muslim refuges to pupulate the west-christian-white Eu and take controll, witch will lead to another Hitler or the crusade.But until then the whits are going to continue to be killed by the radical refugies 95% of murder is comited by them, statistics in sweeden 95% rapes are comited by them and the whits are to blame.

  38. America , UK and their Zionist masters caused the war….we all know that…in the 9òs .your video is how they used it to start the ear..

  39. If Yugoslavia did'nt brake-up maybe they were became a Power House in Sport mostly Football & Basketball.

  40. It broke up because N-National A–American  T Terrorist O– Organization (NATO) decided to use it to justify more terrorism  in the Middle East and North Africa.

  41. Thats all Serbian land, the Jewish Communits (Tito) literally destroyed Serbia systematiclly. Why wasnt there autonomous provinces in the federation of Croatia? Why not in Bosnia( which could have had big autonomy lines!) ? But Serbia had two autonomous regions set up and south Serbia( newly Macedonia) was carved up and Montenegro which was an integral part of Serbia before Yugo was also cut out! Albanians were settled mass in Kosovo( all rights, yugoslav taxpayer welfare ect!) So an anti- Serb policy was in motion a long time before since 1945-. ALL of those lands are Serbian! Their claims are based on a illegitamate red( anti-serb) userper 'authority'( tito). Serblands all.

  42. Also those " massacers" were all bogus, Muslim set up lies to blame us( look it up). Then NATO conviently intervined to save the muslims aha more then once of course 😉 till 1999.

  43. Why don't you mention the role of British on border dividing
    British accent telling the history they made
    When is Britain will split

  44. "Yugoslavia was a country that was built on brotherhood and unity" is one of the most ignorant statements on Balkan history I've ever heard. Yugoslavia was a country built on mass murder and brutal repression. It was right from it's birth destined to disappear from the world the same way it came into being and the same way it always existed – with violence.

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