Various - The Balkans Yugoslavia - Hungary - Rumania album
Title: The Balkans Yugoslavia - Hungary - Rumania
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Soon after Austria-Hungary occupied Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1878, the government took the area's religious activities and institutions under its sovereignty. Austro-Hungarian authorities issued regulations which made Muslim clergy Austro-Hungarian state officials, answering exclusively to them. This was to isolate Bosnian Muslims from the Ottoman Empire, and its clergy who were subordinate to the Sultan. As they were unable to form a political party, especially under Kállay's administration, Croats formed various musical societies, reading rooms, schools, economic institutions and newspapers. The authorities forbade these societies from using the word "Croatian", even though they allowed use of the word "Serbian" for Serbian societies. Nationalism and Political Imagination in the Balkans, 1840-1914. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press.
The Hungary–Romania football rivalry is a competitive sports rivalry that exists between the national football teams of the two countries, as well as their respective sets of fans. National teams of Hungary and Romania are longtime rivals, as the two countries are neighbours and had many conflicts through history. The first official match between the two teams dates back to 1936.
Yugoslavia did have a compelling strategy if faced with an overwhelming German invasion: retreat from all fronts except the Southern, advancing on the Italian positions in Albania, meet up with the Greek army and build a substantial Southern front. The Greeks fared somewhat better due in large part to a kingdom far less divided, and to substantial support from British Imperial forces, including from Australian, New Zealand, Palestine, and Cyprus.
University Libraries in Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Rumania, and Bulgaria. Названия Авторы Contributors Тематика Дата публикации Сообщества и коллекции. University Libraries in Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Rumania, and Bulgaria. Файлы в этом документе.
Hungary, Yugoslavia, Balkans, Bosnia, etc in a boat! BrowsersBookstore. The most common hungary yugoslavia material is glass. The most popular color? You guessed it: white.
Discover ideas about Romania Map. Balkans, Yugoslavia & Rumania Map. Romania Map Map Quilt Road Trip Europe Printable Maps World History Family History Historical Maps Old Maps Cartography. FYROM never Macedonia - Yugoslavia changes over time - The recent change of name violates article 2 of the UNESCO Declaration on Cultural Diversity that states that one nation (Former Yugoslav Republic) in exercising its right to self determination, cannot diminish the equal right of another nation (Greece) to its existing millennia old historical identity (Macedonia).
Soviet interest in Yugoslavia and the Balkans has revived in the last decade owing to the autonomous policies pursued by Yugoslavia and Rumania, the succession struggle in Albania, and the emergence of a socialist government in Greece. Increased Soviet pressures have been rewarded, despite the Balkan countries' long experience in using diplomatic tactics to ensure survival, partly because of regional economic difficulties and a lack of support from the West. During the disintegration of Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, in Kosovo a civil war between Albanian gerilla fighters called Kosovo Liberation Army and Serbian paramilitary forces backed by Serbian police with Yugoslav army started in 1998
|1||–Roy Henley||Ancino Kolo Dance||3:42|
|2||–Roy Henley||Life Is Beautiful||4:20|
|3||–Roy Henley||People Like Sota||2:45|
|4||–Roy Henley||Taste Of Screcno||1:17|
|5||–Roy Henley||Girl Of The Mountain||3:23|
|6||–Victor Cavini||Puszta Fire||2:39|
|7||–Roy Henley||Back To Hungaria||3:55|
|a)||–Roy Henley||Joyful Piros Kendoem||1:36|
|b)||–Roy Henley||Dance Of Lagy A Kenyer||1:19|
|c)||–Roy Henley||Dance The Czardas||1:00|
|8||–Roland Kovać*||Balkan Pictures||2:55|
|9||–Roy Henley||Hora Of Rumania||2:08|
|10||–Victor Cavini||People Of Rumania I||2:11|
|11||–Victor Cavini||People Of Rumania II||1:36|
|12||–Victor Cavini||People Of Rumania III||3:23|
|13||–Victor Cavini||People Of Rumania IV||1:47|
|14||–Victor Cavini||Devil's Hora||2:07|
- Distributed By – Deutsche Austrophon
- Cover – Gruber/Mauritius
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: GEMA
- Label Code: LC 2292
|ST 141||Various||The Balkans Yugoslavia - Hungary - Rumania (LP)||Selected Sound||ST 141||Germany||1983|