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Episode 43.6 - A Panel Discussion on Interwar Yugoslavia

The History of Yugoslavia

Release Date: 05/10/2020

Episode 43.6 - A Panel Discussion on Interwar Yugoslavia show art Episode 43.6 - A Panel Discussion on Interwar Yugoslavia

The History of Yugoslavia

So, a few weeks ago, me and a few others got together to have an online chat about the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, and why it didn't work out that well. As you do. Featuring: Dora Vrkić - @DoraVrkic Damir Sakic - @SakicDamir Bronwyn Scott-McCharen - @BronwynScottMcDavide Denti - @DavideDentiTucker Jones - @tuckcomatusDomagoj Babić - @DomagojBabi1Shanker Satyanath - @ShankerSatyana1 Emma Hatto Hope you enjoy it. Theme Music –  by Damiano Baldoni, licensed under       

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So, a few weeks ago, me and a few others got together to have an online chat about the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, and why it didn't work out that well. As you do.

Featuring:
Dora Vrkić - @DoraVrkic
Damir Sakic - 
@SakicDamir
Bronwyn Scott-McCharen - @BronwynScottMc
Davide Denti - @DavideDenti
Tucker Jones - @tuckcomatus
Domagoj Babić - @DomagojBabi1
Shanker Satyanath - @ShankerSatyana1
Emma Hatto

Hope you enjoy it.

Theme Music – “Charlotte” by Damiano Baldoni, licensed under CC BY 4.0

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