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Documents from the Vienna Royal Archives confirm – the Albanian Nation was constructed by Austro-Hungary!

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Editorial Board of SRBski FBReporter (СРБски ФБРепортер): The first text regards the research of the Bulgarian Historian Teodora Toleva about the origin of the Albanian nation, published at СРБски ФБРепортер. The text had a vast repercussion and to our big satisfaction caused interest of the reputed journalists and researchers. According to some announcements, a translation into Serbian of this Bulgarian historian’s

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YUGOSLAVIA, SERBIA AND KOSOVO HISTORY part III

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The question of revision of the constitutional-legal position of Serbs was set anew immediately after the demonstrations in spring 1981. However, that initiative did not find the understanding of the other constituents of the Yugoslav Federation, whose consent was necessary. Redefining the position of the regions had become a condition of survival for the political leadership of Serbia which bore

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YUGOSLAVIA, SERBIA AND KOSOVO HISTORY – part II

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Socialist Yugoslavia took special care about the educational and cultural emancipation of the Albanian population. The objective was clearly defined – a complete as possible achieving of equality and quick as possible cultural development of Kosovo and Metohija. In the days immediately after the liberation of Kosovo and Metohija, illiteracy ran as high as 84% of the population (over 90%

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YUGOSLAVIA, SERBIA AND KOSOVO – HISTORY part I

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Serbia was the last Yugoslav area that was constituted as a federal unit.  This important constitutional act took place, in several phases, from November 1944 to August 1945. At the moment of convening the Big Antifascist People’s Liberation Assembly of Serbia (November 9 – 12, 1944) Kosovo and Metohija, equally as Vojvodina and Sandzak, were not formally in the composition

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THE KOSOVO COMMITTEE AND YUGOSLAV-ALBANIAN RELATIONS

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The Party of South Muslims (Dzemiet) and the Kosovo Committee, by different methods of work but with the same final objective, influenced decisively on the political determinations of the Albanian population in the Yugoslav state. At the Congress in Skopje, held in mid December 1919, it was decided to found a political organization of “South Muslims” which would include Arbanas,

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