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YUGOSLAVIA, SERBIA AND KOSOVO HISTORY – part II

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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THE KOSOVO COMMITTEE AND YUGOSLAV-ALBANIAN RELATIONS

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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Truth and lies about the break-up of Yugoslavia: Forget Milosevic, this was a US operation from start to finish

Then First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton visiting US Army ‘Eagle Base’, Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina, December 22, 1997. It becomes a little less difficult to determine whether we have been informed correctly about Yugoslavia. Did they have a right to present the Nato war as “humanitarian”? Did the Great Powers have secret strategies? Were there media lies told and war

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THE YUGOSLAV STATE AND THE ALBANIANS, part V

THE YUGOSLAV STATE AND THE ALBANIANS (Demographic, legal, and social-economic circumstances)   The territory of the state of the Serbian people varied dynamically during the 19th and 20th centuries. Following the Berlin Congress, the Principality’s four districts of Vranje, Niš, Pirot and Toplica measured 48,300 km2, an increase of 10,300 km2. (These territorial possessions were to eventually become the Kingdom

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THE YUGOSLAV STATE AND THE ALBANIANS, part IV

THE BORDER FRONT The first preventive incident of the taking over of strategic points on the “Albanian front” was performed by Serbia in 1913. By this armed action, intrusions of “kacac” gangs were disabled; rebellion prevented; and attempts to expand Albania territorially cut. The intrusion of the troops of the Hasan Prishtina on the territory of Serbia in February 1915

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THE YUGOSLAV STATE AND THE ALBANIANS, part III

LIBERATION AND REBELLION As the dawn broke on September 15, 1918, from the position of the Second Serbian Army, after a whole day of military preparation, the Thessalonica front was breached – and with that the military denouement in the southeast of Europe. After a couple of days, on September 21, 1918, the Serbian troops reached the Vardar river, cut

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