Jugoslavia


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Jugoslavia

(ˌjuːɡəʊˈslɑːvɪə)
n
(Placename) a variant spelling of Yugoslavia

Yu•go•sla•vi•a

or Ju•go•sla•vi•a

(ˌyu goʊˈslɑ vi ə)

n.
a federal republic in S Europe on the Adriatic: formed 1918 from the kingdoms of Serbia and Montenegro and part of Austria-Hungary; a federal republic 1945–91 comprising Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, and Slovenia; since 1992 comprising Serbia and Montenegro. 11,206,847; 39,449 sq. mi. (102,173 sq. km). Cap.: Belgrade.
Formerly (1918–29), Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes.
Yu`go•sla′vi•an, adj., n.
Yu`go•slav′ic, adj.
Translations

Jugoslavia

[ˈjuːgəʊˈslɑːvɪə] NYugoslavia f

Jugoslavia

nJugoslawien nt
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Total production costs are significantly lower (for example, in Jugoslavia a clothing item would cost about 20 per cent less to make than in Germany).
The Socialist ideologies of Czecho-Slovakia and Jugoslavia had come into collision over the local Bata factory which the Jugoslav Government had nationalised only to find that the Czechs had done the same.
A similar fate awaited the Mihailovic BLOs when they too were withdrawn from Jugoslavia, thus ensuring that both countries would be subjected to Communist rule for the next forty or so years.
The socio-economic sub-groups that in so many other occupied countries had chosen collaboration were indeed represented in Jugoslavia, but from their ranks very few Serbs had had the stomach to accept the abject servitude which went with the rule of the Reich.
It was introduced on a German forces' radio station in Jugoslavia by a brave announcer whose taste in music probably jeapordized his career plans.
After a theoretical examination, based on the English school of international relations, the book traces the emergence of 'international human rights' and then moves to particulars: the Pinochet case in the House of Lords, the international arrest warrant in the Congo v Belgium situation, and finally the War Crimes Tribunal for the former Jugoslavia.
Siamo nel 1994 e da tre anni e in corso la guerra nella ex Jugoslavia.
After the first day England trailed joint-leaders Italy and Jugoslavia as well as France and there seemed no chance, either, of individual gold medals.
Nel primo testo Consolo racconta di un viaggio fatto con altri scrittori italiani per testimoniare la guerra sanguinosa della ex Jugoslavia.
His war was, however, not in Arabia but in Czechoslovakia, Poland, France, Crete, the 'Muddle East', Jugoslavia, a short walk in the Third Reich, Italy and Austria.
Stories of Dieppe and Normandy are included as is the story of Maj William Jones, who parachuted into Jugoslavia as a comparatively "old man.
While many of the Kosovo sculptures were presented to King Alexander of Jugoslavia and are today in the National Museum in Belgrade, it seems that, at some point, Mestrovic took the Temple of Kosovo model with him to the United States, for it was discovered in a warehouse in New York in the 1960s and then repatriated to the then-Yugoslavia, where it was subsequently restored.