VII. The Contemporary Period, 1945–2000 > B. Europe, 1945–2000 > 7. Eastern Europe, 1945–2000 > d. Yugoslavia and Successor States
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(See 1944, Oct. 20)
 
d. Yugoslavia and Successor States
 
 
1945, May
 
As the war ended, Yugoslavia was still theoretically a monarchy. The actual power, however, was wielded by Marshal Tito and his National Liberation Movement.  1
 
Nov. 11
 
Elections for a constituent assembly gave a substantial majority to Tito's Communist-dominated National Front.  2
 
Nov. 29
 
The assembly proclaimed a FEDERAL PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF YUGOSLAVIA.  3
 
 
 
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