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The Nations in Transition Series Explores the independent Governments formed after the fall of communism in Eastern Europe, the Balkans, and Central Asia. The series is designed to give readers and researchers clear and thought-provoking portraits of Each thesis or nations. Each volume surveys the history, culture, and political and social changes of the past few years and includes 25-35 photographs, a chronology of key events, easy-to-understand maps, and a Further Reading section. Croatia is known for its medieval towns, Such As Dubrovnik, as well as for its Difficult recent matches. After Croatia declared labels its independence from Yugoslavia in 1991, it fired four years of war before the Occupying Croatian Serb armies were removed from land and another four years until the last Serb-held land was returned to Croatian rule under United Nations supervision in 1998. In February 2003, Croatia Submitted an application to join the European Union. This new volume in the Nations in Transition series Closely looks at the current situation in Croatia, Discusses the Political and Economic Developments That Have taken place since 1991 and 1998, and Explores daily life and major cities. Putting current events in broad historical context, Croatia begins with a sweeping narrative of Croatia's history from Roman times to the present. It emphasizes the country's strong Catholic tradition and its rich cultural heritage, helping readers understand Croatia's past and present.
Infobase Publishing; January 2004
177 pages; ISBN 9781438122465
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