General Information Edit

Yugoslavia Yugoslavia is playable from December 1st, 1918 to April 28, 1992; with Yugoslavia being succeeded by Serbia and Montenegro Serbia and Montenegro. After World War 1, Yugoslavia was formed on December 1st, 1918, and was a cultural union of the South Slavic states. Yugoslavia unified Serbia Serbia (which included Macedonia Macedonia, Kosovo Kosovo, and Montenegro Montenegro) with the South Slavic territories formerly apart of Austria Austria-Hungary (Croatia Croatia, Slovenia Slovenia, and Bosnia Bosnia).

See also: Italy Italy, Germany Germany, Soviet Union Soviet Union, Albania Albania, Serbia and Montenegro Serbia and Montenegro

World War 2Edit

During World War 2, Yugoslavia Yugoslavia stayed neutral throughout the war but was pressured from both Adolf Hitler (Germany Germany) and Winston Churchill (Great Britain Great Britain) to pick a side. Although Yugoslavia had promised it would join the Axis, it didn't, but quickly reversed the statement and agreed to cooperate with Germany Germany. Military access was granted to German troops, but because of the dissatisfaction from Hitler; Germany Germany and Italy Italy invaded Yugoslavia. Later in April of 1941, Yugoslavia capitulated to the Axis, and was forced to join the Axis and cede Croatia Croatia (which also joined the Axis) as an independent state. In 1944, the tables started to turn and the Allies started to win the war, the Yugoslav resistance movement (the Partisans) had taken back large chunks of their country from Germany Germany and Italy Italy. With the help of the Soviet Union Soviet Union, Belgrade was liberated in October 1944, and with the combined Yugoslav and Soviet armies, Germany and Italy were entirely pushed out of Yugoslavia in 1945. Now that the nation was back under control, an offensive was launched against the Axis. Chunks of southern German (Austria Austrian) territory, and Italian territory around Trieste were occupied by Yugoslav troops.

The Cold WarEdit

Once World War 2 had ended, Yugoslavia Yugoslavia had annexed Istria, Zadar, and Rijeka from Italy Italy. Yugoslavia was now a Socialist Republic led by Josip Broz Tito, who considered by many to be have been the greatest leader in Yugoslav history. Tito was the only man in history to have resisted the invading forces of Joseph Stalin... and actually succeed. Because of this, Yugoslavia never became a Soviet Union Soviet satellite state, and remained independent and neutral throughout the Cold War.

Strategy Edit

World War 2Edit

For Yugoslavia, it really depends on what starting date you pick for your strategy. For the World War 2 start date you can really just do whatever it is you want. You can attack or ally whoever it is you want, whether it be Germany Germany, Italy Italy, Hungary Hungary, Romania Romania, etc. You are not in any real danger especially if you keep your relations high with the Germans or if you beat them up early on.

The Cold WarEdit

The Cold War has just begun. You have just resisted the brute force of Stalin and have secured Yugoslavia as an independent state in the face of Stalinist tyranny. Your neighbors on the other hand weren't so lucky and our now trapped within the Iron Curtain. What makes your country unique is that you have a lot of options regarding allies. You can potentially ally with either side of the Cold War: NATO or The Warsaw Pact. Good potential allies would include Turkey Turkey, West Germany West Germany, Modern France France, and the Soviet Union USSR. This scenario can go either way, so plan accordingly and attack when your enemies are weak or distracted.

Form Yugoslavia YugoslaviaEdit


  • Primary culture is in South Slavic group
  • Is not the:
  • Yugoslavia Yugoslavia does not exist
  • Has an Administrative tech administration technology of at least level 76
  • Is not a Icon vassal subject nation
  • Is at peace
  • Owns the Core-creation cost core provinces: Serbia (141), Raska (1827), Zeta (138), Bosnia (140), Zagreb (131), Lika (1826), Hum (139), Dalmatia (136), Donji Kraji (1828)

Upon Enactment:

  • Country changes to Yugoslavia Yugoslavia
  • Gain 28px-Prestige25 Prestige
  • Gain country modifier Increased Centralization for 20 years:
    • -0.05 28px-Autonomy Monthly Autonomy Change
    • +1 28px-National unrest National Unrest

Yugoslav Ideas and Traditions Edit


  1. +10% Infantry Combat Ability
  2. +10% National Tax Modifier


  1. Pan Slavic Homeland: -20% Accepted Culture Threshold
  2. Yugoslav Federation: -0.05 Monthly Autonomy Change
  3. Non Aligned: +1 Diplomatic Relations
  4. Workers Self Management: 10% Production Efficiency
  5. Partisan Resistance: +1 Attrition for Enemies
  6. Brotherhood and Unity: -10% Stability Cost Modifier
  7. Banovinas: -2 National Unrest


  1. -10% Development Cost