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Interfaith Boundaries In Yugoslavia

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#7 Explain the interfaith boundaries created when the former Yugoslavia dissolved and what conflict these caused. Be specific.

Yugoslavia was a unified body of six southeastern countries. Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina are a few of the provinces that made up Yugoslavia. Tensions arose after the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia-Herzegovina, which initiated the beginning of World War II. During WWII, Yugoslavia was under the rule of Communist Dictator Josip Tito. The first to successfully implement national communism, Marshal Tito united the provinces of Yugoslavia. After the death of Josip Tito in the year 1980, the national identity fell apart; the various Yugoslav republics each believed their culture
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