Ref: WW572, 1920, Harmsworth
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Original map first published c.1920. Republished July 2016.
World war one map depicting a historical view of Yugoslavia, a country in south east Europe that came in to existence after the first world war. Countries illustrated include Serbia, Bosnia, Montenegro and Croatia.
As published at the time of this map, c.1920:
Yugoslavia comprises areas which have never before been joined politically, although they have long been the homes of people who use dialects of the same language - Serbo-Croatian - although the Serbs use Cyrillic and the Croat roman letters in writing. The new Serb-Croat-Slovene State is based upon the Kingdoms of Serbia and Montenegro, which have had a history intimately connected with that of Turkey in Europe, and it includes parts of the former dual monarchy of Austria and Hungary. Bosnia was a dependency of Austria, Croatia-Slavonia formed part of Hungary, and Dalmatia, Istria, Carinthia, Carniola and Gorizia were Austrian.
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