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Historic divisions and religious faiths
The territories of Samo and Ottokar
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administration Adriatic Albanians Austria autonomy Backa Balkan Banat banovina became Belgrade bishops Bosnia Bosnia and Hercegovina Bulgarian Byzantine Carniola central centres Cetinje Christian civil coast communes constitution council court Croat Peasant Croatia Croatia-Slavonia cultural Dalmatia Danube Democrats districts Dr Macek elected emperor empire Europe frontier German Greek Hapsburg houses Hungarian Hungary Illyrian independent influence Italian Italy Jugoslav Jugoslavia JugoslaviaII king kingdom Kosovo lands language literary Ljubljana London Macedonia Magyars medieval Military Frontier Minister Monarchy Montenegro Moslem Novi official Ohrid organized Orthodox Church parliament party patriarch pesme political population Prince provinces Radicals Ragusa regime region remained Roman Catholic Roumanians Russia Salonica Sarajevo Sava schools Serbian Serbo-Croat Serbs Skoplje Skupstina Slavonia Slavonic Slovene Slovenia South Serbia South Slav Southern Slavs Stephen Stephen Nemanja Stojadinovid territory towns Treaty Turkey Turkish Turks Venetian Venice Vienna villages Vojvodina western Zagreb Zara