The Banishment of Croats from Bosnia and Herzegovina
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
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
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
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.
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.
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.
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.