Venue and date of opening:Archives of Yugoslavia, Belgrade, January 22 2010.
Exhibition opened by: Nebojša Bradić, Minister of Culture of the Republic of Serbia
Organisation: Archives of Yugoslavia
Author of the exhibition: dr Gojko Malović i Dušan Jončić
Information provided in: catalogue PDF, poster
The Yugoslav state was created on 1st December 1918, with the proclamation of Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes. Yugoslavia existed from 1918 to 2006 under different forms of polity and internal governance. In foreign affairs, Yugoslavia acted as a single legal subject. Internally, the country went through four primary and distinctive periods:
During its existence, the Kingdom of Yugoslavia (Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes 1918 – 1929) 1918 – 1945 had 46 governments. In the period including People’s Liberation War, Democratic Federal Yugoslavia, Federal People’s Republic of Yugoslavia and Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1943 – 1992), 12 governments were in power. Federal Republic of Yugoslavia had five governments, while the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro had one government. Overall, in its entire life (1918 – 2006), Yugoslav state had 64 governments.
Nikola Pašić was elected President of the Council of Ministers of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes ten times. The shortest prime ministerial mandate was held by Nikola Uzunović (8th to 15th April 1926). The longest-serving prime minister (20 years) was Josip Broz Tito. He was President of the National Committee for the Liberation of Yugoslavia 1943 – 1945, President of the Council of Ministers of the Democratic Federal Yugoslavia 1945 – 1946, President of the People’s Government of the Federal People’s Republic of Yugoslavia 1946 – 1953, and President of the Federal Executive Council 1953 – 1953.
The compositions of all the Yugoslav governments from 1918 to 2006 along with some of their principal policies have been made available in the Exhibition.
VRANjE, 6. септембар 2012.
UŽICE, 9.фебруар 2012.
On 9 February 2012, the Archives of Yugoslavia exhibition Yugoslav Governments 1918-2006 was presented to Užice public in the Exhibition Hall of the Historical Archives in Užice by Miroslav Dučić, Director of the Historical Archives in Užice, and Aleksandar Savić MSc, senior archivist of the Archives in Užice. Guest exhibitions of the Archives of Yugoslavia in Užice are just one of the forms of successful cooperation between the two archives
ČAČAK, 14. децембар 2011.
On 14 December 2011 the exhibition of the Archives of Yugoslavia Yugoslav Governments 1918-2006, authored by Gojko Malović PhD and Dušan Jončić, was opened in the Gallery of Intermunicipal Historical Archives in Čačak. The occasion for this exhibition to be presented in Čačak was the celebration of the Day of the Town of Čačak. The exhibition was opened by Miladin Milošević, Director of the Archives of Yugoslavia. The audience at the opening were also addressed by Darko Domanović, Head of Moravički District and Lela Pavlović, Director of the Intermunicipal Historical Archives.
ZAJEČAR, 17. децембар 2010.
On 17 December 2010 the exhibition of the Archives of Yugoslavia Yugoslav Governments 1918-2006, authored by Gojko Malović PhD and Dušan Jončić, was opened in the Gallery of Historical Archives "Timočka krajina" in Zaječar. The occasion for this exhibition to be presented in Zaječar was the celebration of 165th anniversary of the birth of Nikola Pašić. The exhibition was opened by Miladin Milošević, Director of the Archives of Yugoslavia.