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    Isnt Yugoslavia a similar case to Germany? After the third years war between catholics and protestants the Holy German Empire was split in many smaller kingdoms, the north is mostly protestant and the south mostly catholic. But they reunited again. Why Yugoslavia was not as succesful?

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    Using 2 populations approximation:
    1 50% Croatian +50% Serbian @ 2.265001

    Quote Originally Posted by The Destroyer
    how come the age of I2a2 Din subclade exactly coincides with the age of Bosnian Pyramids?

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    it's nothing like Germany. It was forced upon the population. Different groups of people rather than religious wars. Or should I say own ethnic groups. Not to mention the mostly Albanian inhabited areas that were illegally incorporated into Serbia and then later Yugoslavia.

    Croats even used to speak a different language before Yugoslavia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Eagle View Post
    it's nothing like Germany. It was forced upon the population. Different groups of people. Croats even used to speak a different language before Yugoslavia.
    I dont think croats spoke a different language, thats nonsense. They spoke only another dialect of the same language and with some other words, the only language which is really different is slovenian and maybe macedonian (not the serbian version).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mortimer View Post
    I dont think croats spoke a different language, thats nonsense. They spoke only another dialect of the same language and with some other words, the only language which is really different is slovenian and maybe macedonian (not the serbian version).
    None of those countries were part of the same country before unless we are talking empires that conquered. These people had their own identity. Some communists formed Yugoslavia as if the population in these countries agreed and as if was voted for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Eagle View Post
    Some communists formed Yugoslavia as if the population in these countries agreed and as if was voted for?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yugoslavia#Background
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Destroyer
    how come the age of I2a2 Din subclade exactly coincides with the age of Bosnian Pyramids?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Europa Nazione View Post
    not sure if he's actually low IQ or playing dumb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Eagle View Post
    None of those countries were part of the same country before unless we are talking empires that conquered. These people had their own identity. Some communists formed Yugoslavia as if the population in these countries agreed and as if was voted for?
    yougoslavia existed before communism, in kingdom of yugoslavia. and many croats back then before the formation of the first yugoslavia etc. wanted yugoslavia and there was a movement called pan-slavism, but later they got pissed off with serbs, but not in the beginning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Europa Nazione View Post
    Lol you learn your history from Wikipedia... Ask Albanian s.. Croats.. bosniaks or even Serbs at that time if they wanted to be part of Yugoslavia.. Or even Macedonians.. Fyrom was incorporated into Yugoslavia because Serbia occupied it. So was Kosovo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Eagle View Post
    Lol you learn your history from Wikipedia
    Wut? So, according to your logic Kingdom of Yugoslavia and idea about country of southern Slavs didn't exist before communism?! Just because I posted Wiki link?!
    Using 2 populations approximation:
    1 50% Croatian +50% Serbian @ 2.265001

    Quote Originally Posted by The Destroyer
    how come the age of I2a2 Din subclade exactly coincides with the age of Bosnian Pyramids?

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