yugoslavia

  1. pls don't ban me

    IF Bulgaria stayed Neutral in ww1

    so... Considering that Bulgaria wasn't going to gain almost anything from joining the entente, is it feasible for them to stay neutral and then look for opportunities in the aftermath instead of joining the central powers? i mean, after ww1 everyone would be exhausted, especially Serbia. they...
  2. Any possible way for a surviving Autonomous province of Western Bosnia?

    The Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia was a small unrecognized proto-state that existed in the northwest of Bosnia and Herzegovina between 1993 and 1995. It consisted mainly of the town of Velika Kladuša, its capital, as well as a few nearby villages and fields. It was proclaimed as a result...
  3. Neutral Fascist Italy in WWII = Neutral Yugoslavia/no invasion and partition of Yugoslavia?

    In timelines where Fascist Italy either joins the allies (The Footprint of Mussolini), or it remains neutral (La Transizione Imperfetta), Yugoslavia still gets invaded and partitioned by Italy, Hungary, and Bulgaria, however, would this actually occur should Italy wish to remain neutral...
  4. What if Yugoslavia was split in two after WW2?

    Let's say that during the war, the Western part of Yugoslavia (Slovenia, Croatia and Bosnia) was liberated by the Western Allies and non-Communist partisans, while the Eastern part (Serbia, Montenegro, etc.) was liberated by Tito's partisans and the Soviets. Both sides set up their own...
  5. AHC -"Protestant" Bosnia - Neither Catholic,Orthodox or Muslim

    Even today, Bosnia stands out for having a Muslim European population. While Albania also has a Muslim population, it is not Slavic, making Bosnia more unique IMO. Of course, other Balkan nations had (and still have) significant Muslim minorities (e.g., Bulgaria, Greece), but most were either...
  6. Višeslav

    WI Momir Bulatović wins the 1997 Montenegrin Presidential Election

    Context: So, the 1997 Montenegrin republic-level presidential election was very close. It was mainly a contest between prime minister Milo Đukanović and incumbent president Momir Bulatović, both of the fracturing Democratic Party of Socialists. In the first round of voting, Bulatović had won...
  7. Why did Yugoslavia's economy perform so well?

    Basically, this chart. I admit, the title's a bit misleading, since I'm focusing down on Slovenia and Croatia specifically (the other republics drag it down to between Hungary and Poland, though still on track to beat them before the stagnation). What's going on here? I know that the "Real...
  8. Yugoslavia and Greece without fascist invasion

    How would politics have developed in the Kingdom of Greece and the Kingdom of Yugoslavia without the fascists invading the two countries? -would Yugoslavia be able to keep itself united under a monarchy rather than the OTL federation? I imagine that, without the atrocities in World War II...
  9. More alpine Slav nations: Independent former Inner Austrian territories(Styria, Carinthia)

    Inner Austria consisted of the Imperial duchies of Styria, Carinthia and Carniola and the lands of the Austrian Littoral, from the 14th to the early 17th century. By the 11th century, the Germanization of what is now Lower Austria, effectively isolated the Slovene-inhabited territory from the...
  10. TheWitheredStriker

    Is there any way for the Bosniaks to win the Bosnian War?

    Currently in the post-1900 board, but demographical issues may necessitate a pre-1900 PoD. If this becomes the case, I will request a move to pre-1900. This may be a potentially sensitive or controversial thread, as it will deal with an alternate Bosnian War, so let me just put this up here...
  11. DarkoRatic

    What if Russia ignored the air blockade during the Incident at Pristina airport?

    I was wondering what possible scenarios could have happend id Russia had ignored the air blockade in Bulgaria, Hungary, and Romania and attempted unauthorized overflights to fly in troops during the incident at Pristina airport in 1999?
  12. How to fix Yugoslavia's economy?

    During its last few decades of existence, and particularly from 1973 onward, the economy of Yugoslavia fell into a decline that turned into a death spiral, with high inflation and rising debt. Naturally, this contributed to the radicalization that led to the horrors of the Yugoslav Wars. Was...
  13. WI: Czech Corridor Established After WWII

    The Czech Corridor was a proposal that was brought up after WWI to connect Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia together. It didn't make it far and was ultimately rejected. But let's say the idea is brought back up after WWII. Hoping to find a good excuse to punish the Austrians and Hungarians for...
  14. WI: Tito Partitions Bosnia Between Croatia and Serbia?

    After WWII and after Tito and his party take power in Yugoslavia, let’s say he decides to split up Bosnia and Herzegovina between Croatia and Serbia with much of the Muslims going into the Serbian part of it. He does this as a way to placate both the Serbs and Croats since he fears that a...
  15. TheWitheredStriker

    A surviving Kingdom of Yugoslavia to the present

    I've been searching for a way to get Yugoslavia to survive to the present day as a kingdom, so with the monarchy intact. Federalization is fair game and I think it is necessary for the country's survival. I've come across many suggestions, including a longer and different reign of King Alexander...
  16. Yugoslavia in ESRO and ESA

    At its founding, the European Space Research Organization was modeled on CERN, a supposedly apolitical international scientific cooperation project. CERN, however, had two more founding members than ESRO--Greece and Yugoslavia. The latter two, primarily for budgetary reasons, were not invited...
  17. ArupinumMaivista

    Brotherhood and unity: An alternate history of football
    Threadmarks: Prologue: Reform

    Uncertainty Yugoslavia in 1990 - It all seemed like the once great union of southern Slavs was reaching its demise, following ethnic conflict between its people. The Kosovo crisis that has been going on for almost four years now had opened the Pandora's box, with massive riots breaking out all...
  18. WW1 Germany partitioned after 1914 defeat

    What wpuld have happened if Germany was divided on the elbe and Saale into French and Russian satellite state How would this affect the balance of power in Europe, Great Game, Russian internal politics, British empire's survival, Future growth of France, American Foriegn policy and military size...
  19. No Korean War, but Stalin invades Yugoslavia and China Taiwan.

    A lot of historical reading over years has given me this idea, but the two articles I'm linking summarize my line of thinking fairly comprehensively. Taiwan: https://nationalinterest.org/blog/buzz/question-why-didnt-mao-invade-taiwan-60837 Yugoslavia...
  20. Kosovo as a founding republic of Communist Yugoslavia

    Let's say that when the SFRY is established, Kosovo is made a republic in its own right instead of a semi-autonomous subdivision of Serbia. How does this impact the course of Yugoslavia's history? How much wind does this take out of the sails of the agitation that led to the Anti-Bureaucratic...
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