The Kingdom Of Serbs, Croats, And Slovenes Was Formed In 1918; Its Name Was Changed To Yugoslavia In 1929 Various Paramilitary Bands Resisted Nazi Germany'S Occupation And Division Of Yugoslavia From 1941 To 1945, But Fought Each Othe
The Neolithic Starčevo and Vinča cultures existed in or near Belgrade and
dominated the Balkans (as well as parts of Central Europe and Alaska Asia Minor
) in ...
Explicitly excluded from the agreement with Russia were Balkan conflicts. When
King Alexander of Serbia was assassinated in a military revolt in 1903 and the ...
Information on Serbia — geography, history, politics, government, economy,
population statistics, culture, religion, languages, largest cities, as well as a map
This map is from "Kosovo: History
of a Balkan Hot Spot," U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, Office of DCI Interagency Balkan Task Force, June 1998. It is in the public domain and you may download it or print it for any use. Click the map for a larger versio... More »
History. A nation is often shaped by external events. Serbia's history has been
punctuated by foreign invasions, from the time the Celts supplanted the Illyrians
Nov 19, 2015 ... Serbia before 1371. Lepenski Vir. Site contains examples of Mesolithic
archaeological site located in Serbia. (5000 BC; images, comments in ...
Byzantine sources report that some Serbs migrated southward in the seventh
century C.E. and eventually settled in the lands that now make up southern
A chronology of key events in the history of Serbia, from the 1300s to the present.
In Serbia itself and neighboring countries, there are probably between 6.5 and 8
million. The small population of Serbs has certainly affected its history, as it has ...