Post Tagged with: "#Yugoslavia"

Marketplace Ponterosso was Paradise for Shopaholics from Yugoslavia (video)

January 26, 2019 2:30 PM
Marketplace Ponterosso was Paradise for Shopaholics from Yugoslavia (video)

The generations that have grown up in the former Yugoslavia during the sixties, seventies, and early eighties, were deprived of some items and products that are now considered as perfectly usual. Jeans were the object of desire for all teenagers from Yugoslavia, but it was very difficult to get them. […]

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Interesting Story about Jews living in BiH, from 1930s until Today

December 14, 2018 4:00 PM
Interesting Story about Jews living in BiH, from 1930s until Today

Could Bosnia and Herzegovina, the site of the worst genocide in Europe since the Holocaust, be the safest place on the Continent to be a Jew? Jakob Finci, president of the Jewish community of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which numbers some 1,000, thinks it may well be. “We think we’re safe […]

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Interesting: How an Average Family used to live in Yugoslavia?

December 10, 2018 4:00 PM
Interesting: How an Average Family used to live in Yugoslavia?

The head of one of the 1,004 families that were interviewed for statistics every month told us how they used to live with an average income. On the list of such statistics, there is a total of 1,004 four-member families, living in 50 Yugoslav cities. “Well,” said our host after […]

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Story about the only organized Rebellion of the People against the Government in Yugoslavia

November 26, 2018 8:00 PM
Story about the only organized Rebellion of the People against the Government in Yugoslavia

On the 6th of May 1950 in Cazin Krajina, in around 20 villages of Cazin and Kladusa district and neighboring villages across Korana River in Kordun, there was only one, recorded in the history, organized armed rebellion of people against the government in the former Yugoslavia. The rebels attacked several […]

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For how much is Tito’s Villa in New York being sold?

November 4, 2018 10:00 AM
For how much is Tito’s Villa in New York being sold?

One of the oldest New York villas is sold for 50 million U.S. Dollars. The villa has a symbolic history behind it and was built in 1905. Yugoslavia bought it in 1946 and at that time was used by President Josip Broz Tito. Tito’s 418-square-meter luxury apartment is located on […]

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Tito avoided only One City in the Former Yugoslavia

October 30, 2018 11:00 AM
Tito avoided only One City in the Former Yugoslavia

The urban legend says that Tito did not like only Cacak from all the cities in the former Yugoslavia. During his rule, Tito was seven times in Cacak, but always while passing by, on his way to Uzice. He was never in Cacak by the plan, and historians believe that […]

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What Slobodan Milosevic taught me about Donald Trump?

October 28, 2018 3:00 PM
What Slobodan Milosevic taught me about Donald Trump?

American journalist Peter Maass compared the US president Donald Trump with the late president of Serbia and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, the war crimes suspect and one of the architects of genocide, Slobodan Milosevic. Maass reported on the Balkan wars in the nineties of the last century to more […]

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The European Paradigm of thinking about BiH has for Years been based on Misconceptions

October 27, 2018 9:00 AM
The European Paradigm of thinking about BiH has for Years been based on Misconceptions

This year’s elections in Bosnia and Herzegovina are unlikely to bring about a fundamental change in the country’s politics, but for the first time they may be held amidst (possibly legitimate) allegations of vote rigging. There is an almost universal consensus in Europe that Bosnia is not a successful project […]

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What The New York Times wrote about Yugoslavia in 1986?

October 19, 2018 6:00 PM
What The New York Times wrote about Yugoslavia in 1986?

Fergus M. Bordewich, New York Times journalist who specializes in the area of international relations, published an article on Yugoslavia at that time in April 1986. “When Tito died in 1980, after more than three decades at the nation’s helm, the world paid him homage. Heads of state flocked to […]

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Mysterious Death of the most powerful Politician in BiH still not resolved

October 4, 2018 10:30 AM
Mysterious Death of the most powerful Politician in BiH still not resolved

Hamdija Pozderac, one of the strongest and most influential politicians from BiH during the era of communism, died on April 7, 1988, under mysterious circumstances. He is particularly responsible for the recognition of Muslims as one of the three constituent peoples in the then BiH. His removal from the political […]

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