Bosnia

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Demographic History Of Bosnia And Herzegovina - Ottoman Empire
... During and shortly after the Ottomans' conquest of Bosnia, between 1463–1557, it is estimated that the Ottoman forces took around 100,000 of Bosnia's inhabitants into captivity and 30,000 young into the ... The Official population census by religion in Bosnia Number Type 37,125 Christian houses 332 Muslim houses During the year of 1489 the official population census by religion for Bosnian Sandžak was ... He calls Bosnia "land of Vostri" and its population Vostri (or Bostri, Bostni), clearly distinguishing Bosnia population from populations of its neighbors, as even Serbian ...
Levée En Masse - Bosnia
... During and in the aftermath of the war in Bosnia it was argued that armed reaction of Bosnian Muslims to Serbian militias in Srebrenica and other places was a legitimate ...
Demographic History Of Bosnia And Herzegovina - Ottoman Empire - Territorial Distribution
... Muslim population was mostly urban and comprised the majority in most of Bosnia and Herzegovina towns (Sarajevo, Tuzla, Banja Luka) as in western (Cazin) and estern ... Most of western parts of Bosnia, eastern parts of Herzegovina and parts of Drina valley had Orthodox majority ... majority in the most of the Herzegovina, Posavina and Central Bosnia ...
Demographic History Of Bosnia And Herzegovina - World War II - Expulsions and Relocations
... had 200,000-400,000 Serbian refugees from Ustaša-held Bosnia and Herzegovina ... The Muslim population of Bosnia and Herzegovina was also exposed to suffering and intense relocation, mainly to cities and mostly to Sarajevo, to where a portion of the Muslim population from Serbia ...
Demographic History Of Bosnia And Herzegovina - Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia - 1961
... census, the Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina had 3,277,948 inhabitants Serbs 1,406,057 (42.9%) Muslims by nationality 842,248 (25.7%) Croats 711,665 (21.7%) Yugoslavs ...