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ALBANIAN TERROR IN KOSOVO AGAINST THE SERBS, 1998 up to the present (click on the Photobooks)

Albanian terror in Kosovo, 1998-up today

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2 roman_empire_395The Roman Empire around 395 A.D. with the present-day Yugoslav lands




Croatia and Serbia (i.e., lands settled by the Croats and Serbs) in the mid-10 century according to the Byzantine Emperor Constantine VII Porphyrogennetos (“the purple-born”) book “De Administrando Imperio”. He was Emperor from 913 to 959

15 balkans_1856The Balkan Peninsula with the Yugoslav lands after the 1856 Paris peace conference divided between The Ottoman Empire and the Habsburg Monarchy

London1915andSerbiaThe lands offered to the Kingdom of Serbia and the Kingdom of Montenegro by the Entente powers in April 1915 in London as a compensation for giving to Bulgaria the Vardar (Serbian) Macedonia acquired after the Balkan Wars in 1912-1913

117. yugoethnicEthnographic map of the Yugoslavs submitted to the Paris Peace Conference in 1919 by the Yugoslav delegation. The external borders of the new country of the Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes have to follow the ethnographic borders of the Yugoslavs according to their claims 

125. yugoslavija 1918The Kingdom of Serbia, the Kingdom of Montenegro and the South Slavic (Yugoslav) lands of the Dual Monarchy (Austria-Hungary) in October 1918

127. Kraljevina Jugoslavija 1929Administrative division of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia into 9 banovinas, 1929-1939

Velika Slovenija Peter Kozler 1848 Zemljovid Slovenske Dezele in Pokrajin

Peter Kozler: “Map of Slovenian Motherland”, 1848

kshs zastava sa grbomFlag of the Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes with the state coat of arms

Great coat of arms KSHS

Great coat of arms of the Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, 1918-1929

2. YUG map-Nazi-1940Ethnic composition of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia in 1940 according to the German intelligence service

Podela Jugoslavije 1941Territorial division of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia after the April War in 1941

33 moljeviceva velika srbijaProject of (greater) federal post-war Kingdom of Yugoslavia according to Stevan Moljevic (August 1941) composed by three federal units: Slovenia, Croatia and (greater) Serbia using historical, ethnic and moral (Croat/Bosniak genocide against the Serbs in the Independent State of Croatia during the war) rights into consideration

53 reljef military former YUGOSLAVIAFormer Yugoslavia: A Geography

55 Former SFRJ reljefAdministrative division of the ex-Yugoslavia, 1945-1991

54 former Yugoslavia politicalTitoslavia: Six independent Republics and two independent Provinces

56 SFR Yugoslavia 1990 ethnic map

 Ethnographic and administrative composition/structure of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia according to the last Yugoslav census in 1991


10bBanknotes of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia

84 Chetniks-FD_of_issue 1943Envelope letter from the U.S.A. during the WWII

ustase partizaniJosip Broz Tito’s partisans and Ante Pavelic’s ustashi together in Bosnia & Herzegovina in 1942. A photo of evidence of partisan-ustashi constant collaboration during the whole WWII on the territory of the Independent State of Croatia. They have been two Croat armies fighting together against the Serbs

DSCF7309German Wermaht soldier August Heler together with Tito’s partisans from the Ljubic’s partisan detachment (in vicinity of Chachak town) in 1941 in Western Serbia

Milovan Djilas i Koca Popovic sa nacistima Martovski pregovori 1943

A member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia Milovan Đilas and Partisan commander Koča Popović together with the German officers and soldiers during the „March negotiations“ in 1943 (Bosnia-Herzegovina) when both sides agreed to collaborate against the Yugoslav Army in the Fatherland

Titove zeneAll wives and lovers of Josip Broz Tito

Kurt Vajdhajm 3

Kurt Valdhajm 1

Austrian German Kurt Josef Waldheim (1918-2007), a second from the left in the Wermaht uniform in Montenegro (Podgorica airport) in 1943

Kurt Vajdhajm 2Kurt Josef Waldhaim as a Secretary General of the Organization of United Nations

Valdhajm i TitoKurt Josef Waldhaim as a President of Republic of Austria with Josef Broz Tito (a kaplar of Austro-Hungarian army in the WWI) as a President of Yugoslavia in the 1970’s


Josip Broz Tito as a leader of the Partisan movement in Vatican with the Pope in 1944

Broz lovac

Josip Broz Tito as a lifetime President of his Titoslavia: the hunter


A client with a sponsor: Josip Broz Tito and Winston Churchill in Italy, 1944

Titi i Cercil 1948

Josip Broz Tito as the President of Titoslavia with his war- and post-war time British sponsors in London, 1948 – W. Churchill and R. A. Eden   

Tito americka zmija

Josip Broz Tito of Titoslavia: An American snake


US plan to divide ex-Yugoslavia into influential zones, September 1995, Bosnia-Herzegovina

19 UCK sa lavom

16 uck sa srpskom glavom

18 UCK sa glavom

Albanian “Kosovo Liberation Army” with the heads of the Serb local civilians: the village of Klechka, Kosovo, August 1998 (three authentic photos)


A member of Albanian “Kosovo Liberation Army”, Kosovo, 1998

Ћераћемо се још!

Ћераћемо се још! То је најмање што можемо

Monah na rusevinama crkve

Crucified Christian Kosovo & Metochia by Muslim Albanians

93 Lipa Nasa u plamenu

On the front line of patria – liberated Vukovar in the Republic of Serbian Ukraine, 1991

Treaty of London 1915 and Albanian Question

Division of Albania according to the secret London Treaty on April 26th, 1917

Treaty of London 26. 04. 1915. to Italy

The question of Italian borders with the South Slavs, 1915-1919

London Treaty 1915 Articolo 1

The Italian – South Slavic borders according to the secret London Treaty on April 26th, 1915

Kuca Cveca

A tombstone of Josip Broz Tito (a Roman Catholic of Slovenian-Croat ethnic origin, born in Croatia) in Belgrade – a politician and military commander who succeeded to combine Nazism and Marxism in one personality  

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October 2014


The founder of YUGOSLAVOLOGY - Independent Research Centre for Yugoslav Studies is a group of an independent researchers from both ex-Yugoslavia and abroad

Director of the centre is Dr. Vladislav B. Sotirovic

The scientific task of the centre is researching the history of the Yugoslav nations and other ethnic groups alongside with presenting the current circumstances in which the ex-Yugoslavs are living

The contact address of the centre:

Post address of the centre:
Dr. Vladislav B. Sotirović
YUGOSLAVOLOGY - Independent Research Centre for Yugoslav Studies
Oplenačka 50, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia

062 1662700 (Serbia)

The centre works from April 8th, 2013


Оснивач ЈУГОСЛАВОЛОГИЈЕ - Независног истраживачког центра за југословенске студије је
група независних истраживача са простора бивше Југославије и иностранства

Руководилац центра ЈУГОСЛАВОЛОГИЈЕ је Др. Владислав Б. Сотировић

Научни циљ центра је истраживање повести југословенских народа и народности као и садашњих околности у којима живе народи и народности бивших Југославија

Контакт адреса центра:

Поштанска адреса центра:
Др. Владислав Б. Сотировић
ЈУГОСЛАВОЛОГИЈА - Независни истраживачки центар за југословенске студије
Опленачка 50, 11000 Београд, Србија

062 1662700 (Србија)

Центар ради од 8. априла 2013. г.

Dr. Vladislav B. Sotirović

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Vladislav B. Sotirovic on Kosovo, Lithuanian national TV (LTV), 2008 from Vladislav B. Sotirovic on Vimeo.

Vladislav B. Sotirovic on Kosovo, Lithuanian national TV (LTV), 2008. In Lithuanian language.

Vladislav B. Sotirovič apie Kosovą. LTV, 2008.

Владислав Б. Сотировић о Косову и Метохији на литванској националној телевизији (ЛТВ) 2008. г. на литванском језику.


Rachak Village in Kosovo 1999- Lies and the truth from Vladislav B. Sotirovic on Vimeo.

Лажи и истине о случају села Рачак на Косову и Метохији у јануару 1999. г.

Српска деца са Косова и Метохије певају песму "ОЈ КОСОВО, КОСОВО...", 2009 from Vladislav B. Sotirovic on Vimeo.

Српска деца из Косовске Митровице певају усташи Борису Љубову Францетићу песму "Ој Косово, Косово". Снимак је начињен 2009. г. и заштићен од стане аутора.
Serbian children from Kosovo and Metohija are singing a song "Oj Kosovo, Kosovo..." in Serbian language. Video is copyrighted by the author.

Destroyed Serbian villages in Metohija from Vladislav B. Sotirovic on Vimeo.

Video is showing several destroyed Serbian villages in Metohija near the city of Peć. All of them are destroyed by local ethnic Albanians after mid-June 1999. The video is made in April 2005.

1. Шиптарски лажови from Vladislav B. Sotirovic on Vimeo.

1. Шиптарски лажови/Albanian lies on Kosovo truth. All copyrights reserved.

2. Шиптарски лажови from Vladislav B. Sotirovic on Vimeo.

Шиптарски лажови/Albanian lies on Kosovo truth. All copyrights reserved.

Muslim Albanians are setting in flame Serbian church in Kosovo from Vladislav B. Sotirovic on Vimeo.

"March Pogrom" committed by Muslim Albanians against the Serbs in Kosovo & Metohija during three days: March 17-19, 2004. Video is showing how Albanians are setting in flame Serbian Orthodox Church in the town in Podujevo on March 19, 2004. NATO troops around are just watching the scene.


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Srebrenica – A Town Betrayed

Truth is a victim in Bosnia and Croatia




This is Croatia


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Najbolji način stvaranja partizanske vojske pod komandom Josipa Broza Tita

"Potrebno je zato stvoriti toliko mnogo beskućnika, da ovi beskućnici budu većina u državi.

Stoga mi moramo da palimo. Pripucaćemo pa ćemo se povući. Nemci nas neće naći, ali će iz osvete da pale sela. Onda će nam seljaci, koji tamo ostanu bez krova, sami doći i mi ćemo imati narod uza se pa ćemo na taj način postati gospodari situacije. Oni koji nemaju ni kuće ni zemlje ni stoke, brzo će se i sami priključiti nama, jer ćemo im obećati veliku pljačku.

Teže će biti sa onima koji imaju neki posed. Njih ćemo povezati uzase predavanjima, pozorišnim predstavama i drugom propagandom...

Tako ćemo postepeno proći kroz sve pokrajine. Seljak koji poseduje kuću, zemlju i stoku, radnik koji prima platu i ima hleba, za nas ništa ne vredi. Mi od njih moramo načiniti beskućnike, proletere...

Samo nesrećnici postaju komunisti, zato mi moramo nesreću stvoriti, mase u očajanje baciti, mi smo smrtni neprijatelji svakog blagostanja, reda i mira..."

Arhiv Vojno-istorijskog instituta, Beograd, Govor Moše Pijadea (člana Politbiroa CK KPJ) na Prvom zasedanju AVNOJ-a, Bihać, Bosna, 28-29 novembra 1942, Štab Vrhovne komande, Četnička arhiva, K-12, 30/12.

The best way of creating a Partisan army led by Josip Broz Tito

"It is necessary therefore to create so many homeless people in order to be the majority in the country.

Therefore, we need to burn. We will fire and withdraw. The Germans are not going to find us, but they will for revenge burn villages. Then the villagers, who will remain without a roof, will by themselves come to us and we will have the people with us, and we will thus become a master of the situation. Those who have no home or land or cattle, will quickly join us, because we promise them a big heist.

The harder it will be with those who have some property. We will attract them by lectures, theater performances and other propaganda...

We will gradually go through all the provinces. The farmer who owns a house, land, cattle, a worker who receives a salary and bread for us is useless. We have to make them homeless, proletarians...

Only unfortunates become the Communists, because we have to create the misfortune, to throw the masses to desperation, we are mortal enemies of any welfare, law and order..."

Archives of the Military-Historical Institute, Belgrade, Speech by Moshe Pijade (a senior member of the Politbureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia) at the First session of Communist-Partisan Antifascist Council for People's Liberation of Yugoslavia, November 28-29th, 1942, Bihac, Bosnia, Staff of the Supreme Command, Chetnik Archives, K-12, 30/12

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J. B. Tito with M. Pijade during the WWII

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