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Albania a Balkan country bordered by Yugoslavia, Macedonia, Greece, and the Adriatic Sea; People's Republic of Albania.
Alps a high mountain range extending from southern France through Switzerland, Italy, Germany, and Austria, and into Yugoslavia and Albania.
Balkan States the countries on the Balkan Peninsula, including Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Yugoslavia, Albania, Bulgaria, Greece, and European Turkey; the Balkans.
Belgrade the capital of Yugoslavia.
Bosnia and Herzegovina since 1992, a Balkan republic bordered by Croatia and Yugoslavia; formerly part of Yugoslavia.
Croatia since 1992, a Balkan republic bordered by the Adriatic Sea, Slovenia, Hungary, and Bosnia and Herzegovina; formerly part of Yugoslavia.
Macedonia since 1992, a Balkan republic bordering Albania and Greece; formerly part of Yugoslavia.
para the smaller monetary unit of Yugoslavia. (Cf. dinar.)
Sarajevo a city in former Yugoslavia, where Austrian Archduke Francis Ferdinand was assassinated in 1914, an event that precipitated World War I; capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Serbia a former kingdom, now a constituent republic in eastern Yugoslavia.
Slovenia since 1992, a Balkan republic bordering Italy and Austria; formerly part of Yugoslavia.
Yugoslav a native or citizen of present or former Yugoslavia, or a descendant thereof; Yugoslavian. [2 definitions]
Yugoslavia formerly, a southeastern European country on the Adriatic Sea, south of Austria and Hungary, presently divided into Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, and Yugoslavia, all independent republics.