Demographics of The Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia

This article is about the demographics of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia during its existence from 1945 until 1991. With the dissolution of the state, the following nations now have their own demographic studies:

  • Demographics of Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Demographics of Croatia
  • Demographics of Macedonia
  • Demographics of Montenegro
  • Demographics of Serbia
  • Demographics of Slovenia

Read more about Demographics Of The Socialist Federal Republic Of Yugoslavia:  Demographics By Ethnic Group, Republics By Population, Republics By Area, Republics By Population Density

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