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File:Breakup of Yugoslavia-TRY2.gif


Yugoslavia (1943-1992) Flag of SFR Yugoslavia.svg 
Croatia (1991-) Flag of Croatia.svg 
Herzeg-Bosnia (1992-1994) Flag of the Croatian Republic of Herzeg-Bosnia.svg
UNTAES (1996-1998) Flag of the United Nations.svg
Serbia and Montenegro (1992-2006) Flag of Serbia and Montenegro.svg 
Republika Srpska (1992-) Flag of Republika Srpska.svg 
Serbian Krajina (1991-1995/96) Flag of Serbian Krajina (1991).svg
Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina (1992-1998) Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina (1992-1998).svg
Bosnia and Herzegovina (1998-) Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg 
Western Bosnia (1993-1995) Flag of AP Western Bosnia (1993-1995).svg
Serbia (2006-) Flag of Serbia.svg 
Kosovo (under UNMIK control 1999-; declaration of independence 2008)
Montenegro (2006-) Flag of Montenegro.svg 
Macedonia (1991-) Flag of Macedonia.svg 
Slovenia (1991-) Flag of Slovenia.svg 

Description This is an animated GIF that shows the stages of the breakup of Yugoslavia. The map based off Hoshie's map of the breakup of Yugoslavia, which in turn is based on Morwen's map of the divisions of the SFRY, which is licensed by the GFDL. The source for the dates of independence is the CIA World Factbook. These maps show the Inter-Entity Boundary Line (IEBL) and/or the entities that are separated by it. The IEBL has been drawn based on this CIA map.

Since the original maps are GFDL, this image is as well.

Date 24 July 2006 (orginal upload date)
Source Made by DIREKTOR, see above for more details on sources
Author Original by Hoshie; derivative by DIREKTOR
( Reusing this file)

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