I Am Yugoslavian

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    I am half yugoslavian.

    Apparently my Father is Yugoslavian however I have yet to ever meet him. Apparently his parents were quite strict so when my mother was pregnant apparently he did not even tell them.
    4EvaALady 4EvaALady
    31-35, F
    Jan 28, 2014

    I am part Yugoslavian,

    part Bulgarian and part Romanian. So I am a Balkan soup. Though I don't know which country took Yugoslavian part but most likely Macedonia took based on height researches I made.
    Katerinafaith Katerinafaith
    18-21, F
    Sep 26, 2015
    deleted deleted
    3 Responses Jul 12, 2015

    I Was And i Am Yugoslavian

    Well ! i live  in  Macedonia ,wich  was part of  Yugoslavia.ten  years i  was Yugoslavian and after  that  i  became Macedonian...i felt just little  of Yugoslavian spirit and unity but believe  me  that was great time and i am still sorry about that..i still love...
    ukimkd ukimkd
    1 Response Jul 13, 2011

    I didn't know I was Yugoslavian

    until I was 17 or 18, when my grandmother did some research into our family and discovered we were part of ethnicities we had never even thought of. I'm still not sure what country we're necessarily from, but either way it's cool.
    insidewolves insidewolves
    22-25, F
    Aug 4, 2015

    I'm Only Part Yugoslavian

    My grandfather was 100% Yugoslavian and i'm only 25%. I'm mixed with Mexican and I hate that everyone seems to think that I'm Middle Eastern. I know that I have family in Yugoslavia, but due to a family dispute between my dad and grandfather years ago, I know none of my family...
    DrPepperFan DrPepperFan
    26-30, F
    1 Response Sep 10, 2008

    I Guess I Am

    I guess I am.  My grandfathers and grandmothers were born in Yugoslavia. My mom and father were born there. I was born in Slovenia, 2 years after Yugoslavia fell appart. But this year i spent 10 days in Serbia and it was like home. I learned the language quickly..i think I...
    Katya24 Katya24
    18-21, F
    2 Responses Oct 9, 2010

    My grandfather was born in the country

    Yugoslavia. He then came to the USA. I think he was from the part known as Croatia.
    orbie orbie
    41-45, F
    Jan 11, 2014
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