Population density of Yugoslavia by republics and provinces in 1991. Kosovo.
183.1. Serbia. 114.0.
Yugoslavia's resident population was estimated at 23.4 million people in 1987,
up from 15.7 million in 1948 and 22.4 million in 1981. In addition, over a million ...
The area formerly known as Yugoslavia, positioned at the crossroads of East ...
Today, the country is slightly smaller than West Virginia and has a population of ...
Preparation of this English-language monograph on the population of.
Yugoslavia was coordinated by the Center for Demographic Research of the
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ethnicity include the population of Yugoslav citizens living abroad.
The population of Yugoslavia recorded in the country's last census in 1991 was
23,528,230. This figure was nearly double the 11,984,911 counted in a slightly ...
Until the early 1990s, Yugoslavia incorporated the republics of Serbia,
Montenegro, ... The population was estimated to be 10,662,087 (Serbia—
This article briefly examines the history of Yugoslavia from 1929 until 2003, ...
miles (255,804 square km) and had a population of about 24 million by 1991.
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... Ethnic composition of Yugoslavia (Serbia, Montenegro): 1991 census (136 ...
A population census in Yugoslavia in April 1991 included all but the Albanian
population in parts of Kosovo, Macedonia, and Serbia. The 1st results show a ...