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         Yugoslavia Culture:     more books (35)
  1. Beyond Yugoslavia: Politics, Economics, and Culture in a Shattered Community (Eastern Europe After Communism) by Sabrina P. Ramet, 1995-05
  2. Balkan Babel: Politics, Culture, and Religion in Yugoslavia by Sabrina Petra Ramet, 1992-03
  3. IVth International Symposium on Apricots and Apricot Culture, Subotica, Yugoslavia 8-13 July 1968. by International Society for Horticultural Science., 1968
  4. Selevac: A Neolithic Village in Yugoslavia (Monumenta Archaeologica (Univ of Calif-La, Inst of Archaeology)) by Ruth Tringham, 1990-12
  5. Education and culture of nationalities in Yugoslavia (Studies, no. 4) by Gabor Janosi, 1965
  6. Balkan Babel: The Disintegration of Yugoslavia from the Death of Tito to Ethnic War by Sabrina P. Ramet, 1996-02
  7. Peasant culture and urbanization in Yugoslavia by Joel Martin Halpern, 1964
  8. Politics and culture in Yugoslavia (Politics and culture series) by William Zimmerman, 1987
  9. Cultural policy in Yugoslavia: Self-management and culture (Studies and documents on cultural policies) by Stevan Majstorovic, 1980
  10. Culture and art activities of trade unions of Yugoslavia by Mirko Milojković, 1950
  11. Cherishing of national creation in Yugoslavia and possibilities of cooperation and extending help to the emigrants in preserving and furthering their ethnic culture by Srebrica Knežević, 1977
  12. A system of oyster culture on floating shellfish parks (Studies and reviews / General Fisheries Council for the Mediterranean) by M Nikolić, 1962
  13. The signs of Vinca culture;: An internal analysis: their role, chronology and independence from Mesopotamia by Milton McChesney Winn, 1973
  14. Language, ethnicity, and nationalism: On the linguistic foundations of a unified Yugoslavia by Henrik Birnbaum, 1978

1. Culture
Information of Country's culture, tradition, social life, group, newspaper, musium, books, novels Algeria Culture. Angola yugoslavia culture. Bangladesh Culture. Bhutan Culture. Brunei Culture. Cambodia Culture. China Culture. Hong Kong Culture. India Culture. Indonesia Culture. Japan Culture
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2. Yugoslavia Culture / History Tours yugoslavia culture / History Tours. Hi. Welcome to the Culture / HistoryTours page. Welcome to the yugoslavia culture / History Tours.
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3. Yugoslavia Culture Essays
Category politics. Essay Title yugoslavia culture. yugoslavia culture. Theculture and artistic heritage of Yugoslavia is as varied as its peoples.
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4. Culture
reward and surprise even the most jaded traveller. Next yugoslavia culture.Email this page Angola yugoslavia culture. Bangladesh Culture.

5. Vis à Vis Productions - Yugoslavian Cultural Links
yugoslavia culture. Lo-Fi VideoLOW-FI VIDEO is a project with no expiry date, its mission being the only festival of women's videoworks in yugoslavia. It was launched in
Lo-Fi Video
LOW-FI VIDEO is a project with no expiry date, its mission being the advancement of the aesthetics of non-pretencious cinema and the subversion of elitism on film. The project considers video-technology boom a very useful ally in the struggle for the abovementioned goals. LOW-FI VIDEO is based in Serbia.
VideoMedeja is the first and the only festival of women's videoworks in Yugoslavia. It was launched in 1996. In two days of its official competing and accompanying non competing programs VideoMedeja presented video works, video installations and performances by twenty-seven women from nine Eastern European countries.
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Soc.culture.yugoslavia Archive. This Archive is selective I am not recording flaming messages, mass scums, and messages of unfriendly visitors. Also propaganda mail regarding events out of current
Soc.Culture.Yugoslavia Archive
    This Archive is selective: I am not recording flaming messages, mass scums, and messages of unfriendly visitors. Also propaganda mail regarding events out of current boundaries of FR Yugoslavia are (mainly) excluded. One day I will compile the list of such a net polluters (and their best representative messages) that are frequenting on soc.culture.yugoslavia and alt.beograd groups.
    • Archive #1 [Tue 12 Nov 1996 - Thu 05 Dec 1996]: 77 Messages
    • Archive #2 [Tue 05 Dec 1996 - Mon 06 Jan 1996]: 42 Messages
    Other Arhives

7. Culture
yugoslavia, culture, Back to Top. The many facets of the ethnic lens throughwhich Yugoslavs view the universe have magnified the divisions
Country Info Yugoslavia Introduction Yugoslavia General Data Yugoslavia Maps Yugoslavia Culture ... Yugoslavia Time and Date Yugoslavia Culture Back to Top Before World War II, Yugoslavia's small upper class was composed of a Serb-dominated bureaucracy and military and a few professionals, entrepreneurs, and artisans. Like the Habsburg and Ottoman domination of earlier centuries, the Serbian hegemony established after World War I frustrated the autonomy of the country's other major nationalities. Preoccupation with issues of nationalism prevented effective solutions to the country's grave social problems. Animosities among the Yugoslav peoples exploded in civil war after the Nazis occupied the country in 1941. World War II claimed 1.7 million Yugoslav lives and inflicted deep wounds on all national psyches. Atrocities were committed by all sides, and more than half Yugoslavia's war dead were killed by other Yugoslavs.
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8. Culture Of Peace Center Web
Group of intellectuals with the primary aim of encouraging the practices of cultural pluralism and to reinforcing multicultural tolerance in yugoslavia and in the wider area of the Balkans.

Culture of Peace Center was established by a group of eminent intellectuals with the primary aim of encouraging the practices of cultural pluralism and to reinforcing multicultural tolerance in Yugoslavia and in the wider area of the Balkans (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia., Austria, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey, Greece, F.Y.R.O. Macedonia, Albania). Center fosters projects and actions in the culture of peace and human right principles by disseminating information concerning specific and common tangible and intangible cultural heritage. By establishing regional networks, creating data bases and Internet sites and publishing multilingual editions, Center is contributing to the re-establishment of links between populations on regional and inter regional level in the long-term. Vatroslava Lisinskog 8/37, 11000 Belgrade, Yugoslavia, tel.: +381 63 32 909 72

9. Dani Evropske Baštine
Pictures and short stories about monuments and culture sights in Belgrade and Novi Sad. Events and programmes in Serbia. Maps of Belgrade and Novi Sad with marked positions of monuments.
Lokacije Program dešavanja Gradovi Program dešavanja poseta broj: Prostor za postavljanje prezentacije obezbedio je BeotelNet

10. Roma Association BAHTALO DROM
From Nis, yugoslavia. Humanitarian actions, Roma radio station, nursery school, preserving Roma culture.

11. Romani Romany Roma ( Gypsy ) & Serbian Dance, Language Music School
Information about this music, dance, and gypsy culture workshop held in Valjevo, yugoslavia.

12. Foreign Language And Culture
Comparative Literature and culture ( online journal of comparative cultural studies and literature Yiddish language and culture) yugoslavia Josip B. Tito ( former yugoslavia
Foreign Language and Culture
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General Foreign stuff Arabic Belgian Bulgarian ... Yugoslavian
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13. Women, State, The Former Yugoslavia: Bibliography
12, Autumn 1993. Hayden, Robert. Serbian and Croatian Nationalism andthe Wars in yugoslavia. Cultural Survival Quarterly, 1995, 25-28.
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  • A Balkan Journey, Fragments from the Other Side of War . Director, writer, producer:
    Brenda Longfellow. Gerda Film Production in association with the National Film
    Board of Canada, 1997. Albanese, Patricia and Slobodan Drakulic, and Andrew Ignatieff. "The Old Yugoslavia
    Re-visited: A Conversation." Peace Magazine , March/April 1997, 16-19.
  • Anonymous. "Kosova, the Quiet Siege," Cultural Survival Quarterly
  • Antic, Milica G. "Democracy Between Tyranny and Liberty: Women in Post-'Socialist'
    Slovenia." Feminist Review, no. 39, Winter 1991, 149-160.
  • B., Martina and Rachel W. "Interim Report IVSeptember 1994 to February 1995,"
    Center for Women War Victims
  • Babuna, Aydin. "The Emergence of the First Muslim Party in Bosnia-Hercegovina."
    East European Quarterly , vol. 30, no. 2, June 1996, 131-151.
  • Bafo, Sara. "Between Despair and Hope." Canadian Woman Studies , vol.16, Winter
  • 14. Center For Democracy
    NGO working towards the development of civil society in Serbia and FR yugoslavia through spreading the democratic political culture, tolerance and dialogue, promoting and protecting human rights.
    Srpski Organization Projects Forum NGO Five Year Report Mail Us LEGAL STATUS Center for Democracy Foundation CDF ) is a non-governmental, non-partisan and non-profit organization, founded in May, 1994. CDF was registered at the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Serbia on July 5, 1994, article no.022-2373/94-03, and was recorded in the Foundations register in the Ministry of Culture, in accordance with the Law on Endowments, Foundations and Foundations. Center for Democracy Foundation contributes to the development of civil society in Serbia and FR Yugoslavia through expert and educational programs influencing the public opinion and spreading the democratic political culture, tolerance and dialogue, promoting and protecting human rights and contributing to the formation of politically and economically independent citizens. Center for Democracy Foundation wants to be recognized for the democratic principles which supports, for the quality of its programs, its professional approach, good organization and efficiency in the programs performance, as well as for its efforts to actively contribute to the formation of a viable NGO community in Serbia. GOALS AND OBJECTIVES Development of a civil society in Serbia and FR Yugoslavia Development of democratic institutions, democratic political culture, atmosphere of tolerance and dialogue.

    15. AdmiNet - Yugoslavia
    Cities Towns. Agriculture. Law. Art, culture. Health. Environment. Sports. Finance Art, culture. serbian music serbia yugoslavia beograd, beograd singers

    Spreading information all over the Net AdmiNet World Eastern europe Yugoslavia Government
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    Political organisations
    The government of Yugoslavia
    Links with other countries
    Political organisations
  • Cities and Towns
    Art, Culture
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    Information Highways
    Travel, Transportation
    Chambers of Commerce and Industry
    Press, Entertainment
    WWW resources about Yugoslavia
  • 16. Yugoslavia (http// Site gives informationin a positive light about yugoslavia s culture, economy and news.
    Mock Tribunal in Action Mock International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia Teacher Notes Introduction You are part of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia that will bring to trial "Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law." Read the following excerpt from the UN Statute (adopted 25 May 1993) establishing the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. Statute of the International Tribunal Having been established by the Security Council acting under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations, the International Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of the Former Yugoslavia since 1991 (hereinafter referred to as "the International Tribunal") shall function in accordance with the provisions of the present Statute. Article 1: Competence of the International Tribunal The International Tribunal shall have the power to prosecute persons responsible for serious violations of international humanitarian law committed in the territory of the former Yugoslavia since 1991 in accordance with the provisions of the present Statute. Article 2: Grave breaches of the Geneva Conventions of 1949 The International Tribunal shall have the power to prosecute persons committing or ordering to be committed grave breaches of the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949, namely the following acts against persons or property protected under the provisions of the relevant Geneva Convention: (a) willful killing; (b) torture or inhuman treatment, including biological experiments; (c) willfully causing great suffering or serious injury to body or health; (d) extensive destruction and appropriation of property, not justified by military necessity and carried out unlawfully and wantonly; (e) compelling a prisoner of war or a civilian to serve in the forces of a hostile power; (f) willfully depriving a prisoner of war or a civilian of the rights of fair and regular trial; (g) unlawful deportation or transfer or unlawful confinement of a civilian; (h) taking civilians as hostages.

    17. -- Usenet And Usefulnet -- Soc.culture.yugoslavia soc.culture.yugoslavia newsgroup information. couples . culture . afghanistan soc.culture.yugoslavia Discussions of yugoslavia and its people a free service from Trygve Lode ( Trygve Lode, your host (

    18. Jugoszlávia / Yugoslavia :: Culture & Tourism Links : Kulturális és Idegenfor
    International catalogue of culture and tourism. Internationaler kultureller und touristischer Katalog. Nemzetközi kulturális és idegenforgalmi katalógus.
    ország Afganisztán Albánia Algéria Amerikai Szamoa Andorra Angola Anguilla Antigua és Barbuda Argentína Aruba Ausztria Ausztrália Azerbajdzsán Bahamák Bahrain Banglades Barbados Belgium Belize Benin Bermuda Bhután Bissau-Guinea Bolívia Bosznia és Hercegovina Botswana Brazília Brunei Darussalam Bulgária Burkina Faso Burma Burundi Cape Verde Central African Republic Ciprus Chile Comoros Cook Szigetek Costa Rica Csehország Csád Dánia Dél-Korea Dél-Afrika Dominika Dominikai Köztársaság Dzsibuti Ecuador Egyenlítõi Guinea Egyesült Arab Emírségek Egyiptom El Salvador Elefántcsontpart Eritrea Észak-Korea Észtország Etiópia Falkland Szigetek Faroe Szigetek Fehér-Oroszország Fidzsi Finnország Francia Guiana Franciaország Fülöp-szigetek Gabon Gambia Ghana Gibraltár Görögország Grenada Grönland Grúzia Guadeloupe Guam Guatemala Guinea Guyana Haiti Holland Antillák Hollandia Honduras Hong Kong Horvátország India Indonézia Irak Irán Írország Izland Izrael Jamaika Japán Jemen Jordánia Jugoszlávia Kajmán Szigetek Kambodzsa Kamerun Kanada Katar Kazahsztán Kenya Kína Kirgizisztán Kiribati Kolombia Kongó Kuba Kuvait Laosz Lengyelország Lesotho Lettország Libanon Libéria Líbia Liechtenstein Litvánia Luxemburg Macau Macedonia Madagaszkár Malawi Maldív Szigetek Mali Malájföld Málta Marokkó Marshall Szigetek Mauritania Mauritius Mexikó Micronesia Moldova Monaco Mongólia Mozambik Nagy-Britannia Namíbia Nauru Németország Nepál Nicaragua Niger Nigéria Norvégia Nyugat-Szamoa Olaszország Oman Oroszország Örményország Pakisztán Palau Panama Pápua Új-Guinea Paraguay Peru Portugália Románia Ruanda Saint Kitts és Nevis Saint Lucia Saint Vincent, Grenadines

    19. YU2: Alt.beograd Archive Updated; Soc.culture.yugoslavia Archive Installed
    alt.beograd archive updated; soc.culture.yugoslavia archive installed. Isto tako,res ih da drz im od sada izbrane poruke sa soc.culture.yugoslavia. URL je
    alt.beograd archive updated; soc.culture.yugoslavia archive installed
    Predrag L. Stojkov (
    Thu, 5 Dec 1996 03:05:02 -0500
    Dogadjaji se zgus"c'uju, pa je Alt.Beograd arhiva #4 vec' puna (u samo
    petnaestak dana). Glavna stranica je na URL:

    Isto tako, res"ih da drz"im od sada izbrane poruke sa
    soc.culture.yugoslavia. URL je:

    Obe arhive su selektivne: a kriterijum selekcije je sve s"to je relevanto
    i ne vredja moje osec'aje. Jako nezgodno. Uh-oh. ;-)
    Pozdrav Predrag Predrag L. Stojkov

    20. Atlas - Yugoslavia Map
    yugoslavia Map, History, culture, People, Population, Climate, Economy, Animal andplants, Languages,capital, island, major city, province, Communications,State

    People History Culture ... Communications Legal system Organization Provinces Disputes
    Yugoslavia Introduction Back to Top Yugoslavia, Federal Republic of, federation of the republics of Serbia and Montenegro, located in southeastern Europe on the Balkan Peninsula. From 1945 to 1991 Yugoslavia was a larger Communist federal state, called the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRY) beginning in 1963, consisting of six republics. Yugoslavia Provinces Back to Top
    2 republics (republike, singular - republika); and 2 nominally autonomous provinces* (autonomn pokrajine, singular - autonomna pokrajina); Kosovo*, Montenegro, Serbia, Vojvodina* Yugoslavia People Back to Top 59 percent of the population of the FRY lived in urban areas. The largest cities are Belgrade, the federal capital and the capital of Serbia; Novi Sad, a commercial center; Niš, a transportation and industrial center; Kragujevac, a manufacturing center; and Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro. As a result of the wars following the collapse of the former Yugoslavia, about 646,000 refugees fled to Serbia and Montenegro from Croatia and Bosnia. Many settled in Belgrade or Serbia’s northern province of Vojvodina. Cleavages among southern Slav tribes developed over time, particularly after the establishment in the 4th century AD of the north-south “Theodosian Line” demarcating the eastern and western segments of the Roman Empire. Organization of the Christian church subsequently was based on this division. Missionaries from Rome converted Slavic tribes in the west to Roman Catholicism (these tribal groups becoming progenitors of the Slovenes and Croatians), while missionaries from Constantinople converted ancestors of Serbs and Montenegrins to Eastern Orthodoxy.

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