Factbook of Socijalistička Kraljevina Jugoslavija

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Factbook of Socijalistička Kraljevina Jugoslavija P4YRg2a
The Flag of Heirs of a long forgotten Empire

Socialist Kingdom of Yugoslavia

Table of Contents:

  1. National Information
  2. [url=Diplomatic Missions]Diplomatic Missions[/url]
  3. [url=National Research Priorities]National Research Priorities[/url]
  4. [url=Military]Military[/url]
  5. [url=Statistic Point Explanation]Statistic Point Explanation[/url]

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Социјалистичка Краљевина Југославија
Socijalistička Kraljevina Jugoslavija

General Information
Official Name: Socijalistička Kraljevina Jugoslavija (Социјалистичка Краљевина Југославија) (Socialist Kingdom of Yugoslavia)
Conventional Short Form: Jugoslavija (Југославија) (Yugoslavia)
Official Demonym: Jugoslaveni (Југословени) (Yugoslavian)
Official National Symbol: Nine-pointed Red Star with yellow bordering
Official National Colors: Blue, White and Red
National language: Srpskohrvatski (српскохрватски) (Serbo-Croatian)
Official National Anthem: Bože pravde (Боже правде) (God of Justice)
Official Motto: Jedan narod, jedan kralj, jedna država (Један народ, један краљ, једна држава) (One Nation, One King, One Country)
Official Date of Establishment: July 17th, 1948

Government Information
Government Type: Hereditary Absolute Socialist Monarchy
--- Head of State: HM Kralj Dragojev Dusan Belojevic
--- --- Regent: Ðordev Stanislavic Božovic
Great Council: Veliki Savet (Велики Cавет)
- Internal Affairs and Telecommunications: Borivoje Vladislavic Kovac
- Justice: Jadran Markovic Mlakar
- Foreign Affairs: Gor Markovic Cižek
- Finance: Bor Goranic Klements
- Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Sava Lukavic Jovanovic
- Health, Labour and Welfare: Bako Vlasic Lompar
- Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries: Vlatko Ilic Jankovic
- Economy, Trade and Industry: Zlatan Pavlovic Pukar
- Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism: Ajla Pavlovic Pukar
- Environment: Sonja Gavrilovic Stanislavic
- Defense: Josip Broz Tito
- Navy: Jela Radic Zorica
- Orthodox Christianity: Patrijarh Pavle
- Roman Catholicism: Archbishop Stjepan Bauerlein
- Sunni Islam: Grand Mufti Muavin Kavazovič

The Socialist Kingdom of Yugoslavia is ruled by an hereditary King. Bestowed with powers as a proper Monarch, the King directly appoints a Regent and a Council; named the Great Council, which manages the Executive, Judicial and Legislative duties of the Kingdom. Each Councilor manages a specific area of the Kingdom, heading a full department under them. Taking into account the Kingdom's unique ethnic and cultural union, this lead to the creation of a National Assembly made up of ninety-one publicly elected members, nine for each region that the Kingdom is compromised of.

Official Holidays:
Official State Holidays:
-New Year's Day: January 1st
-Easter: Date varies between March 22nd and April 25th (First Sunday after the Full Moon)
-Easter Monday: Date varies (Following Monday after Easter)
-Day of Liberation: April 30th
-Labour Day: May 1st
-Children's Day: June 1st
-Fighter's Day: July 4th
-Day of Unity: July 17th
-Patriotic Remembrance Day: October 21st
-Day of the Dead/All Souls' Day: November 1st
-Christmas' Eve: December 24th
-Christmas: December 25th
Official Provincial Holidays:
- Albania:
  -Mother Teresa Day: October 29th
  -Liberation Day: November 29th
  -Day of Uprising: December 1st
- Bosnia and Herzegovina:
  -Day of Uprising: July 27th
- Croatia:
  -Day of Uprising: July 27th
- Macedonia:
  -Day of Uprising: October 11th
- Montenegro:
  -Day of Uprising: July 13th
- Serbia:
  -Day of Uprising: July 7th
- Slovenia:
  -Day of Uprising: July 22th

Administrative Information
National Capital: Beograd
Largest City: Beograd
Major Metropolitan Areas: Zagreb, Skopje, Sarajevo, Ljubljana, Novi Sad, Banja Luka, Pristina, Niš, Split, Podgorica, Rijeka, Tuzla, Tirana, Bitola, Nikić
Population: 18,352,426 million
Area: 254,353 km2
Drives on the: Right
International calling code: +38
Internet top-level domain: .yu (Not applicable until the World Wide Web is invented.)

Economic Information
Form of Economy: Mixed Economy
National Currency: Yugoslav dinar / динар (YUD ЈYд)
Gross Domestic Product (total/p.c.): $204,640 billion/$3,914
Primary Exports: Asphalt, Automobiles, Chemicals, Machinery, Manufactured goods, and Textiles
Primary Imports: Chemicals, Fuels and Lubricants, and Pharmaceuticals
Natural Resources: Lumber, Metals, Natural Asphalt, Oil, Natural Gas, Hydropower, and Windpower
Wealth Distribution: 31.00 (Gini coefficient)

Demographic Information
Ethnicity: 35.56% Serbs (Srbi), 20.61% Croats (Hrvati) 11.00% Macedonians (Makedonci), 10.50% Albanians (Albanci), 7.44% Slovenes (Slovenci), 4.89% Bosniaks (Bonjaci), 2.65% Montenegrins (Crgnogorci), 2.53% Hungarians (Mađari), 1.77% Yugoslavs (Jugoslaveni), 2.62% Others/undeclared ( 0.55% Turks (Turci), 0.27% Bulgarians (Bugari), 0.16% Greeks (Grci))
Official Minority Languages: Romanian, Slovak, Armenian
Cultural Stance on Outsiders: Encouraged to Stay
Cultural Motto: Brotherhood and Unity
Cultural Ideals: Order, Unity and Brotherhood
Dominant Religion: Eastern Orthodox
Minority Religions: Roman Catholicism, Sunni Islam

Geographic Information
Land Area: 254,353 km2
Coastline: 6,672.6 km
Terrain: Extremely varied; to the north, rich fertile plains; to the east, limestone ranges and basins; to the southeast, ancient mountains and hills; to the southwest, extremely high shoreline with no islands off the coast.
Yugoslavia lies in the southern half of the northern temperate zone, but the climate of its mountains, interior plain, and seacoast varies dramatically according to elevation, prevailing winds, and distance from the sea. The mountain regions fall under the influence of continental air currents and Mediterranean air masses. Snow blankets most of the highlands during the winter, but temperature and precipitation differ with elevation. The interior plain has a continental climate featuring hot, humid summers. A dry wind, the Kosava, brings freezing air from central Eurasia in the winter, but snowfall is usually light.

The Dalmatian coastlines enjoy mild Mediterranean weather. Summers on the coast are hot and dry with turquoise blue skies; a fair sea breeze, the Maestral, cools the land during mornings and afternoons. Winters are cool and rainy. A chilling winter wind known as the Bura sweeps down through gaps in the coastal mountains; and a southwest wind, the Jugo, brings winter rains. Warm winds blow up the Vardar Valley from the Aegean into Macedonia, making subtropical agriculture possible in some parts of that republic.

Territorial Sea: 15 nm
Contiguous Zone: 25 nm
Exclusive Economic Zone: 200 nm

Diplomatic Ties & Treaties:
International Organizations

Regional Organizations

Mutual Defense and Optional Aggression Pacts
Mutual Defense Pacts

Optional Defense and Optional Aggression Pacts
Optional Defense Pacts

Non-Aggression and Trade Pact

Non-Aggression Pacts

Economic Pacts

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