Atlas of Yugoslavia

From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository
Jump to: navigation, search
Internet-web-browser.svg Wikimedia Commons Atlas of the World

The Wikimedia Atlas of the World is an organized and commented collection of geographical, political and historical maps available at Wikimedia Commons.
Discussion • Update the atlas • Index of the Atlas • Atlas in categories • Other atlases on line
Commons-logo.svg
The introductions of the country, dependency and region entries are in the native languages and in English. The other introductions are in English.
LocationYugoslavia.png
Yugoslavia
Flag of SFR Yugoslavia.svg
Jugoslavija
Југославија

Srpskohrvatski / Српскохрватски[1] Jugoslavija

Jugoslavija je naziv za državu u Jugoistočnoj Evropi koja je postojala od 1918. do 1992, odnosno, prema određenim tumačenjima, do 2003. ili 2006. Nastala je kao težnja južnoslavenskih naroda, Srba, Hrvata i Slovenaca, ka nacionalnom oslobođenju i ujedinjenju.
Југославија[2]
Југославија је била држава у југоисточној Европи 1918 – 2003.
Jugoslavija[3]
Jugoslavija je bila država u jugoistočnoj Europi. Nastala je 1918, a raspala se 1991. U razdoblju 1918.–1941. (tzv. Prva Jugoslavija) bila je to unitarna država, kraljevina pod srpskom dinastijom Karađorđevića. Od 1943. do 1992. bila je republika i federacija koja se sastojala od šest republika (federalnih jedinica): Bosna i Hercegovina, Crna Gora, Hrvatska, Makedonija, Slovenija i Srbija, ali i dvije autonomne pokrajine (federalne jedinice od 1974.): Kosovo i Vojvodina koje su sastavni dio Srbije. Jugoslavija se raspala 1991., kada su samostalnost proglasile Slovenija, Hrvatska i Bosna i Hercegovina, a nešto kasnije i Makedonija. Federacija Srbije i Crne Gore održala se do 2006. (od 1993. do 2003. nosila je ime Savezna Republika Jugoslavija). Na referendumu 2006. Crna Gora izglasala je neovisnost.
Jugoslavija [4]
Jugoslavija je nasljednica Kraljevine Jugoslavije (1918.-1941.). Prestala je postojati 1991. istupanjem Slovenije, Hrvatske i Makedonije , zatim i Bosne i Hercegovine 1992. iz federacije. Preostale republike, Srbija i Crna Gora, su formirale novu zajednicu, prvo FR Jugoslaviju, 2003. Državnu zajednicu Srbija i Crna Gora, a na referendumu 21. Maja 2006. godine Crna Gora je istupila iz državne zajednice stvorivši samostalnu republiku.

Slovenščina Jugoslavija

Jugoslavija je bilo skupno ime več skupnih držav južnoslovanskih narodov na ozemlju severozahodnega Balkana med leti 1918 in 2006.

Македонски Југославија

Југославија е име што означува три различни но последователни политички ентитети што постоеја во поголемиот дел од 20-от век на Балканскиот Полуостров, а во чии рамки спаѓаа јужнословенските земји (меѓу кои и Македонија), со исклучок на Бугарија.

English Yugoslavia

Yugoslavia describes three political entities that existed one at a time on the Balkan Peninsula in Europe, during most of the 20th century. The Kingdom of Yugoslavia (1 December 1918–April 17, 1941), also known as the First Yugoslavia, was a monarchy formed as the "Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes" after World War I and re-named on 6 January 1929 by Alexander I of Yugoslavia. It was invaded on 6 April 1941 by the Axis powers and capitulated eleven days later. The Second Yugoslavia (29 November 1943-25 June 1991), a socialist successor state to the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, existed under various names, including the "Democratic Federation of Yugoslavia (DFY)" (1943), the "Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia (FPRY)" (1946), and the "Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRY)" (1963). It disintegrated in the Yugoslav Wars, which followed the secession of most of the constituent elements of SFRY. The Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FRY) (April 27, 1992–February 4, 2003), was a federation on the territory of the two remaining republics of Serbia (including the autonomous provinces of Vojvodina and Kosovo and Metohija) and Montenegro.The Union of Serbia and Montenegro was formed on February 4, 2003 and officially abolished the name "Yugoslavia." On June 3 and June 5, 2006, Montenegro and Serbia respectively declared their independence, thereby ending the last remnants of the former Yugoslav federation.


Short name Yugoslavia
Official name(s) Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes; Kingdom of Yugoslavia; Democratic Federation of Yugoslavia; Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia; Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia; Federal Republic of Yugoslavia; Union of Serbia and Montenegro
Status Independent country between 1918 and 2006 (secessions since 1990)
Location South Europe
Capital Београд (Belgrade)
Beograd
Major language(s) Serbocroatian, Slovenian, Macedonian, Albanian (in Kosovo), Hungarian and other languages in Vojvodina
Major religion(s) Serbian Orthodoxy, Roman Catholicism, Islam
More information Yugoslavia.
More images Yugoslavia - Yugoslavia (Category).

General maps

Origins

Italy c 1810.png French Illyrian Provinces in 1810
1french-empire1811.jpg French Illyrian Provinces in 1811
Slovenes, Croats, Serbs.PNG State of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs in 1918

First Yugoslavia (1918-1941)

LocationYugoslavia2.png Yugoslavia from 1918 to 2006
LocationKingdom of Serbs& Croats and Slovenes.png Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes
Srbsko 1919.svg Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes in 1919
Yugoslavia map 1920.jpg Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes in 1920
LocationKingdomYugoslavia.PNG Kingdom of Yugoslavia
Jugoslavija1929 banovine.jpg Map of Yugoslavia in 1929
BanovineKJ.jpg Map of Yugoslavia in 1929
Banovine 1929-1939.png Map of Yugoslavia in 1929-1939
Yugoslavian banovinas.svg Map of Yugoslavia in 1929-1939
[[|border|251x400px]] After World War I, in 1918, the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes was created. It was renamed into Yugoslavia in 1929. This is a map of Yugoslavia in 1930
Yugoslavia1936physical.jpg Map of Yugoslavia in 1936

World War II (1941-1945)

Operation25yu.jpg German invasion in 1941
1941-1943 Axis occupation of Yugoslavia map - en.svg Occupation and partition of Yugoslavia during World War II (1941)
Fascist occupation of yugoslavia.png Occupation and partition of Yugoslavia during World War II (1941)
Axis occupation of Yugoslavia, 1941-43.png Occupation and partition of Yugoslavia during World War II (1941)
Axis occupation of Yugoslavia, 1943-44.png Occupation and partition of Yugoslavia during World War II (1943)
Western Balkans 1942.2008.png Occupation and partition of Yugoslavia during World War II
Yugoslavia 1941.png Occupation and partition of Yugoslavia during World War II
Yugoslavia moljevic1941 en.png Future Greater Yugoslavia according to project of Stevan Moljević (1941)
Serbia moljevic1941 en.png Future Greater Serbia according to project of Stevan Moljević (1941)
Užice and Bihać Republics.png Short-lived partisan republics in Yugoslavia in World War II: the Republic of Užice in 1941 and the Republic of Bihać in 1942
Bihać Republic.png Short-lived partisan Republic of Bihać in 1942
Jvuo1942 en.png Territory controlled by the Yugoslav Army in the Fatherland (JVuO) in 1942
Svesrbija en.png "All Serbia", an enlarged Serbia proposed by Milan Nedić in 1943
Jvuo commanders 1943 en.png Areas of the Yugoslav Army in the Fatherland (JVuO) commanders, according to the truce treaties with the Germans (as of 1943)
Fascist genocide in yugoslavia.png Fascist genocide in Yugoslavia in WW2
Fascist concentration camps in yugoslavia.png Fascist concentration camps in Yugoslavia in WW2
Kretanje snaga jvuo 1945 (en).png Movement of JVuO troops in 1945
Sandzak 1943 1945 en.png Area under jurisdiction of the National Anti-Fascist Council of the People's Liberation of Sandžak (ZAVNOS), 1943-1945

Second Yugoslavia (1945-1992)

Balkanska federacija.png Proposed Balkanic federation after World War II
Zone triest 1947-1954.jpg Free Territory of Trieste, 1947-1954
Location of Yugoslavia.png Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
SFRYmap.PNG Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
YuMapFlag.gif Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Yugoslavia 76767676.PNG Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Yugoslavia map sr.svg Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Jugo kort.jpg Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Jugoslavia-kart.png Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Yugo template.png Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Republiken Jugoslawiens 1945-1991.png Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Locator map Slovenia in Yugoslavia.svg Socialist Republic of Slovenia
Locator map Croatia in Yugoslavia.svg Socialist Republic of Croatia
SFRY Bosnia and Herzegovina.png Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina
SFRY Montenegro.png Socialist Republic of Montenegro
SFRY Serbia.png Socialist Republic of Serbia
Srbia in SFRJ.svg Socialist Republic of Serbia
SAP Vojvodina.png Socialist Autonomous Province of Vojvodina
SAP Kosovo.png Socialist Autonomous Province of Kosovo
SFRY Macedonia.png Socialist Republic of Macedonia
Europe location SR Macedonia.png Socialist Republic of Macedonia
1988Yugoslavia map detail.gif Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in 1988
Joego klein wiki.png Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in 1990

Breakup of Yugoslavia and Third Yugoslavia (1992-2006)

Breakup of Yugoslavia.gif An animated series of maps showing the breakup of the second Yugoslavia
Greater Serbia in Yugoslavia.png Greater Serbia proposed by Vojislav Šešelj
Vukov-plan.gif Greater Serbia proposed by Vuk Drašković
Velikasrbija.png Proposed Greater Serbia
Greater Croatia 01.png Proposed Greater Croatia
Ratna Srbija.gif Wartime 1991-1995
Former Yugoslavia durning war.svg Wartime 1991
Former Yugoslavia wartime.png Wartime 1992
Scg01.png After the secession of Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Macedonia, Serbia and Montenegro continued as the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, renamed in 2003 into Serbia and Montenegro
Scg02.png Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1992-2003) and Serbia and Montenegro (2003-2006)
SerbiaMontenegro-Serbia.png Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1992-2003) and Serbia and Montenegro (2003-2006)
State of balkania.png State of Balkania (proposed by Adem Demaçi in 1993)
Balkans05.png Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in 1995
Kosovo in the region.png UN-administered Kosovo in Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in 1999
Serbia and Montenegro map from CIA World Factbook, circa 2005.png Serbia and Montenegro
FRYugoMap2k.jpg Serbia and Montenegro
Europe location SCG.png Serbia and Montenegro
LocationSerbiaAndMontenegro.png Location of the FR of Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro) before dissolution
SerbiaMontenegro-Serbia.png Serbia within Serbia and Montenegro
SerbiaMontenegro-Montenegro2.png Montenegro within Serbia and Montenegro
Former Yugoslavia 2006.png Former Yugoslavia compared with the present (2006) borders
Former Yugoslavia Map.png Territory of Former Yugoslavia in 2007
Former Yugoslavia 2008.PNG Former Yugoslavia compared with the present (2008) borders
Balkans2010.png Central Balkans in 2010 (de facto situation after break up of Yugoslavia). Note: Serbia does not recognizing Independence of Kosovo.

Ethnic and linguistic maps

Yugoslav ethnic map 2.jpg Ethnic map (1981)
Yugoslavia ethnic map.jpg Ethnic map (1991)
Bevoelkerungsgruppen-Jugoslawien.png Ethnic map (1991)
Srbi in Yugoslavia.svg Serbs in Yugoslavia
Yugoslavia 2008 ethnic map fr.svg Ethnic map of the territory of former Yugoslavia in 2008
Serbo croatian dialects historical distribution.png Historical distribution of Serbo-Croatian dialects (before 16th century migrations)
Shtokavian subdialects1988.png Shtokavian Serbo-Croatian dialects
Shtokavian Subdialect en.png Shtokavian Serbo-Croatian dialects
Serbo-Croatian dialects.png Shtokavian Serbo-Croatian dialects
Part Yugo template.jpg Parts of former Yugoslavia where Serbo-Croatian language was spoken by the majority of population
Serbo croatian language2005.png Serbo-Croatian language (as of 2005)
Serbo croatian languages2006.png Ethno-political variants of the Serbo-Croatian language (as of 2006)
Latinalphabet Former Yugoslavia 2008.png Latin alphabet in the territory of Former Yugoslavia in 2008

Old maps

Jugoslavija1929 banovine.jpg Map of Yugoslavia in 1929
[[|border|251x400px]] After World War I, in 1918, the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes was created. It was renamed into Yugoslavia in 1929. This is a map of Yugoslavia in 1930

Notes and references

General remarks:

  • The WIKIMEDIA COMMONS Atlas of the World is an organized and commented collection of geographical, political and historical maps available at Wikimedia Commons. The main page is therefore the portal to maps and cartography on Wikimedia. That page contains links to entries by country, continent and by topic as well as general notes and references.
  • Every entry has an introduction section in English. If other languages are native and/or official in an entity, introductions in other languages are added in separate sections. The text of the introduction(s) is based on the content of the Wikipedia encyclopedia. For sources of the introduction see therefore the Wikipedia entries linked to. The same goes for the texts in the history sections.
  • Historical maps are included in the continent, country and dependency entries.
  • The status of various entities is disputed. See the content for the entities concerned.
  • The maps of former countries that are more or less continued by a present-day country or had a territory included in only one or two countries are included in the atlas of the present-day country. For example the Ottoman Empire can be found in the Atlas of Turkey.
  1. In that time considered one language.
  2. Srpski
  3. Hrvatski
  4. Bosanski

Entries available in the atlas

General pages
Atlas • Historical atlas • Index of the Atlas • Names in native languages

The world and its continents and oceans
Quick reference • Historical maps of the world • Old maps
Physical and topographical • Political • Geological • People • Time and time zones • Projections of the globe
Africa • North and South America • Antarctica • Asia • Europe

(History, European Union) • Oceania • Oceans

Themes
Administrative divisions • International organizations • Languages • Religions

Historical eras
Prehistory • Antiquity • Middle Ages • Rise of Islam • Early Modern Age • Early American Societies • Early Asian Societies • Age of Renaissance • Colonialism • Stielers Handatlas 1891 • 20th Century • World War I • World War II

Entities with undisputed sovereign status
Afghanistan • Albania • Algeria • Andorra • Angola • Antigua and Barbuda • Argentina • Armenia • Australia • Austria • Azerbaijan • Bahamas • Bahrain • Bangladesh • Barbados • Belarus • Belgium • Belize • Benin • Bhutan • Bolivia • Bosnia and Herzegovina • Botswana • Brazil • Brunei • Bulgaria • Burkina Faso • Burundi • Cambodia • Cameroon • Canada • Cape Verde • Central African Republic • Chad • Chile • China • Colombia • Comoros • Congo (Democratic Republic) • Congo (Republic) • Costa Rica • Côte d’Ivoire • Croatia • Cuba • Cyprus • Czech Republic • Denmark • Djibouti • Dominica • Dominican Republic • East Timor • Ecuador • Egypt • El Salvador • Equatorial Guinea • Eritrea • Estonia • Ethiopia • Fiji • Finland • France • Gabon • Gambia • Georgia • Germany • Ghana • Greece • Grenada • Guatemala • Guinea • Guinea-Bissau • Guyana • Haiti • Honduras • Hungary • Iceland • India • Indonesia • Iran • Iraq • Ireland • Israel • Italy • Jamaica • Japan • Jordan • Kazakhstan • Kenya • Kiribati • Korea (Democratic People’s Republic) • Korea (Republic) • Kuwait • Kyrgyzstan • Laos • Latvia • Lebanon • Lesotho • Liberia • Libya • Liechtenstein • Lithuania • Luxembourg • Macedonia (Republic) • Madagascar • Malawi • Malaysia • Maldives • Mali • Malta • Marshall Islands • Mauritania • Mauritius • Mexico • Micronesia (Federated States) • Moldova • Monaco • Mongolia • Montenegro • Morocco • Mozambique • Myanmar • Namibia • Nauru • Nepal • The Netherlands • New Zealand • Nicaragua • Niger • Nigeria • Norway • Oman • Pakistan • Palau • Panama • Papua New Guinea • Paraguay • Peru • Philippines • Poland • Portugal • Qatar • Romania • Russia • Rwanda • Saint Kitts and Nevis • Saint Lucia • Saint Vincent and the Grenadines • Samoa • San Marino • São Tomé and Príncipe • Saudi Arabia • Senegal • Serbia • Seychelles • Sierra Leone • Singapore • Slovakia • Slovenia • Solomon Islands • Somalia • South Africa • South Sudan • Sovereign Military Order of Malta • Spain • Sri Lanka • Sudan • Suriname • Swaziland • Sweden • Switzerland • Syria • Tajikistan • Tanzania • Thailand • Togo • Tonga • Trinidad and Tobago • Tunisia • Turkey • Turkmenistan • Tuvalu • Uganda • Ukraine • United Arab Emirates • United Kingdom • United States • Uruguay • Uzbekistan • Vanuatu • Vatican City • Venezuela • Vietnam • Yemen • Zambia • Zimbabwe

Entities with disputed sovereign status
Abkhazia • Azawad • China (Republic)/Taiwan • Kosovo • Nagorno-Karabakh Republic • Northern Cyprus • Palestine • Somaliland • South Ossetia • Tamil Eelam • Transnistria • Western Sahara

Dependencies and other overseas territories
Akrotiri and Dhekelia • Åland • American Samoa • Anguilla • Aruba • Ascension Island • Ashmore and Cartier Islands • Baker Island • Bermuda • Bouvet Island • British Indian Ocean Territory • British Virgin Islands • Cayman Islands • Christmas Island • Clipperton Island • Cocos (Keeling) Islands • Cook Islands • Coral Sea Islands • Curaçao • Faroe Islands • French Guiana • French Polynesia • French Southern and Antarctic Lands • Gibraltar • Greenland • Guadeloupe • Guam • Guantanamo Bay • Guernsey • Heard Island and McDonald Islands • Hong Kong • Howland Island • Isle of Man • Jan Mayen • Jarvis Island • Jersey • Johnston Atoll • Kingman Reef • Macau • Martinique • Mayotte • Midway Atoll • Montserrat • Navassa Island • New Caledonia • Niue • Norfolk Island • Northern Mariana Islands • Palmyra Atoll • Pitcairn Islands • Puerto Rico • Réunion • Saint Helena • Saint-Barthélemy • Saint Martin (France) • Sint Maarten (Netherlands) • Saint-Pierre and Miquelon • Svalbard • Tokelau • Tristan da Cunha • Turks and Caicos Islands • United States Virgin Islands • Wake Island • Wallis and Futuna

Disputed subnational entities and territories
Kashmir • Crimea • Paracel Islands • Spratly Islands • Falkland Islands • South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands • Bajo Nuevo Bank • Serranilla Bank

Subnational autonomous entities
Aceh • Adjara • Adygea • Altai • Andalusia • Aosta Valley • Aragon • Athos • Azores • Balearic Islands • Bashkortostan • Basque Autonomous Community • Bonaire • Bosnia and Herzegovina (Federation of) • Bougainville • Brussels • Buryatia • Canary Islands • Catalonia • Chechnya • Chuvashia • Corsica • Dagestan • Easter Island • England • Extremadura • Flanders • Friuli-Venezia Giulia • Gagauzia • Galicia • Galápagos Islands • Gorno-Badakhshan • Guangxi • Ingushetia • Inner Mongolia • Kabardino-Balkaria • Kalmykia • Karachay-Cherkessia • Karakalpakstan • Karelia • Khakassia • Komi • Kurdistan (Iraqi) • Madeira • Mari El • Mindanao • Mordovia • Nakhichevan • Navarre • Nevis • Ningxia • North Ossetia-Alania • Northern Ireland • Nunatsiavut • Quebec • Saba • Sakha • Sardinia • Scotland • Sicily • Sint Eustatius • Srpska • Tatarstan • Tibet • Tłı̨chǫ • Trentino-Alto Adige • Tuva • Udmurtia • Vojvodina • Wales • Wallonia • Xinjiang • Zanzibar

Other regions
Basque Country • Burzenland • Catalan Countries • Frisia • Kurdistan • Sápmi • Svenskfinland • Székely Land

Former sovereign nations
Austria-Hungary • Byzantine Empire • Caliphate • Czechoslovakia • Republic of West Florida • Frankish Empire • Kingdom of Hawaiʻi • Inca Empire • Iroquois Confederacy • Macedonian Empire • Ottoman Empire • Prussia • Roman Empire • Soviet Union • Republic of Texas • Vermont Republic • Yugoslavia

Former dependencies and overseas territories
Netherlands Antilles