Yugoslavia in World War II: The Death of a Great ...

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Yugoslavia in World War II: The Death of a Great Inter-ethnic Experiment

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Asmus, Thomas D.
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International Studies; Dr. David Messenger
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Laramie, Wyoming

University of Wyoming
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2008-04-23

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World War II had a profound effect on the post World War I state of Yugoslavia. The deliberate plans of Nazi Germany and her collaborators and allies exploited inter ethnic and religious strife within the state of Yugoslavia to the end of its dissolution as a functional state. These events at least in part caused the dissolution of Yugoslavia in the various Balkan states breaking away from the Second Federation of Yugoslavia which was founded under Tito following the conclusion of WWII. This presentation will focus primarily on the events, people, plans, mentalities and objectives of the various groups within and without Yugoslavia during the Second World War. While this will be the primary focus relation of the events in WWII to events both prior and following this period will also be included to give a greater historical perspective.
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From - Undergraduate Research Day 2008 - Celebration of Research - Abstracts
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