Serbs of Croatia

Serbs of Croatia (or Croatian Serbs) constitute the largest national minority in Croatia. According to the 2001 census there were 201,631 ethnic Serbs living in Croatia, 4.5% of the total population. Their number was reduced by almost two thirds in the aftermath of the 1991–95 War in Croatia as the 1991 pre-war census had reported 581,663 Serbs living in Croatia, 12.2% of the total population. From 1991 to 1995, there existed a de facto independent state Republic of Serbian Krajina which included various territories where Serbs were the majority population in Croatia.

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