Demographics of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia

Demographics Of The Socialist Federal Republic Of Yugoslavia

Demographics of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia

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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

This is data from two Yugoslav censa (1971 and 1981). Nations that were considered to be constituent appear in bold text.

Republics by population

The population data is from the 1991 census.

Republics by area



Republics by population density





History of the national minorities under Communism

1940s and 1950s

The SFRY recognised "nations" (narodi) and "nationalities" (narodnosti) separately; the former included the constituent Slavic peoples, while the latter included other Slavic and non-Slavic ethnic groups such as Bulgarians and Slovaks (Slavic); and Hungarians and Albanians (non-Slavic). About a total of 26 known ethnic groups were known to live in Yugoslavia, including non-European originated Roma People or Gypsies.

For the Slavic majority, four non-slavic national minorities - Hungarians, Germans, Albanians and Italians - had proved troublesome already in the first Yugoslavia. Education in...
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