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Bosnia and Herzegovina History __ "Bosnia and Herzegovina throughout its history had wonderful mixture of different cultures, and it is quite hard to find any other European or world country, that was exposed to so many cultural influences ... Every culture had something specific to contribute to creation of Bosnia, and it would be unfair to skip any of them."  Covers ancient tribes and settlements. - From -

Bosnia and Herzegovina: History __ A general overview of Bosnia and Herzegovina history along with additional information about the country. - From -

Bosnia and Herzegovina - History __ "Slavic tribes have been raiding and settling in the Balkan area in large numbers since the 5th century ad, moving in slowly from their original lands east of the Carpathian Mountains. These early Slavic settlers were joined in the 7th century AD by Croatian and Serbian tribes invited by Byzantine Emperor Heraclius to help him fight the Avars."  A detailed history of Bosnia and Herzegovina. - illustrated - From -

Bosnia-Herzegovina History __ "In the time of the Roman Empire, modern-day Bosnia was part of the Roman province of Dalmatia. Then, after brief occupation by the Goths, the territory was ruled for the next six centuries as a semi-autonomous outpost of the Byzantine Empire."  A good look at Bosnian history along with other information about the country. - From -  

A Brief History of Bosnia-Herzegovina __ "Much of Bosnia's population is urban and (until April 1992) was employed in manufacturing, mining, technology and service industries. It is (or was) a modern, industrialized European country with respectable educational and health-care statistics..."  An excellent paper. - From Andras Riedlmayer, Harvard University -

Herceg Bosna: Medieval Bosnia: a reassessment __ "The original Bosnia, or "small land of Bosnia" (to horion Bosona) was for the first time mentioned in the middle of the 10th century in the work of Constantine Porfirogenet (De administrando imperzo), as a part of Duke Caslav's Serbia, ..."  A detailed history of Medieval Bosnia. - From -


History of Bosnia and Herzegovina __ "Bosnia has been inhabited at least since Neolithic times. in the late Bronze Age, the Neolithic population was replaced by more warlike Indo-European tribes known as the Illyres or Illyrians. Celtic migrations in the 4th and 3rd century BCE displaced many Illyrian tribes from their former lands, but some Celtic and Illyrian tribes mixed."  You will find an encyclopedic article along with links to related materials. - From wikipedia -

History of Bosnia and Herzegovina: A Chronology __ A timeline with each heading being a link to detailed information. - illustrated - From -

History of Bosnia and Herzegovina __ "Comprehensive online resources about the history of Bosnia and Herzegovina." - From -

History of Bosnia and Herzegovina: Primary Documents - EuroDocs __ A collection of click-to-read documents and resources for Bosnian history. - From -


The history of the Federation of Bosnia & Herzegovina __ You will find click-to-read articles about several aspects of history of Bosnia and Herzegovina. - From Hartford Web Publishing -

The History Place - Genocide in the 20th Century __ Read the whole story.  "In the Republic of Bosnia-Herzegovina, conflict between the three main ethnic groups, the Serbs, Croats, and Muslims, resulted in genocide committed by the Serbs against the Muslims in Bosnia." - From -

The Virtual Jewish History Tour - Bosnia-Herzegovina __ "The first Jews did not immigrate to Bosnia until the Spanish Inquisition and expulsion in 1492. Jews enjoyed a relatively peaceful existence in the region that is now Bosnia-Herzegovina."  An overview of the history of the Jewish People and Bosnia-Herzegovina. - illustrated - From -


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