The Banishment of Croats from Bosnia and Herzegovina

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  • 1. Was established in 1918.The constituent six Socialist Republics :  FR Bosnia and Herzegovina  FR Croatia  FR Macedonia  FR Montenegro  FR Slovenia  FR Serbia and two Socialist Autonomous Provinces of:  Vojvodina  Kosovo
  • 2.  FRAGILE MULTINATIONAL STATE WAS NOT CAPABLE TO COPE WITH ASPIRATIONS OF ALL PEOPLE LIVING THERERESULTED IN CATASTROPHIC END THE BREAKUP OF SOCIALIST FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF YUGOSLAVIA WAR ON ITS WHOLE TERRITORY
  • 3.  Started with the Croatian and Slovenian successions 1991. they declared their independence from the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia  Their example followed the  FR Macedonia  FR Bosnia and Herzegovina  Montenegro  Kosovo
  • 4.  Croats of Bosnia and Herzegovina are ethnic Croats living in Bosnia and Herzegovina. They are the third most populous ethnic group in the country, after Bosniaks and Serbs. They are one of the constitutive nations of Bosnia and Herzegovina. They are native ethnic group of Bosnia and Herzegovina, as their presence there dates back to the 7th century. Croats of Bosnia and Herzegovina have made significant contributions to the culture of Bosnia and Herzegovina Their mother tongue is Croatian, and most identify as Roman Catholic.
  • 5.  The most serious consequences of the War were in Bosnia and Herzegovina  Bosnian war was most brutal and lasted the longest:  1. October,1991. - 14. December, 1995. The number of people killed during the war was close to 100,000 The number of people displaced was over 2.2 million Those declared missing are being investigated by International Commission on Missing Persons This makes Bosnian war the most devastating conflict in Europe since the end of World War II.
  • 6.  The war in Bosina resulted in  Mass migration forced by the emigration problems, Bosnia war was the largest resettlement and material migration in Europe since the damages. World War II.  Most of the people emigrated Emigrants from Bosnia and Herzegovina are different to western Europe states: from other emigrants Austria, Germany and those throughout history. from the frontier provinces to Serbia and Croatia. They had to leave absolutely everything they had owned at that moment.
  • 7.  Today there are less and less Croats in Bosnia and Herzegovina They still strive to further emigration prompted by a difficult economic situation in the country and the political scene. There is no precise data regarding Bosnia and Herzegovinas population since the Bosnian War. Ethnic cleansing within Bosnia and Herzegovina in the 1990s saw the vast majority of its Croats move to the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina or to Croatia. It is estimated that there are approximately 571,317 Croats in Bosnia and Herzegovina, down from 835,170 before the war.