Currency Bill – 

Country of Origin: Yugoslavia (broken up in 1990 – Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, and Macedonia).
Amount: 100,000 Dinara
Year: 1989
Condition: Circulated
Reverse Image:
Yugoslavia 100,000 Dinara - 1989 back

A Little History of Yugoslavia…..

When I got this banknote, I had no idea what year it was from and honestly, I did not know much about Yugoslavia. I was surprised to see that it used to be a country of Southeast Europe. After a little research, I learned that Yugoslavia’s Communist Party disbanded into 6 different countries in 1990 and eventually reformed our maps. This currency bill I had was released a year before the breakup and not surprisingly, their currency has reached the inflation (100,000 dinar) along with the country’s economic disruption and eventual collapse. The breakup of Yugoslavia and its history is definitely a fascinating part of world history and if you would like to read more about it, here are a few sources to look into –

Making the History of 1989
The Breakup of Yugoslavia, 1990-1992
Banknotes of Yugoslavia

 Citation: Central Intelligence Agency, “Ethnic Groups in Yugoslavia,” Making the History of 1989, Item #170, https://chnm.gmu.edu/1989/items/show/170 (accessed August 13 2016, 10:31 pm).
“The Breakup of Yugoslavia, 1990-1992.” Milestones: 1989-1992. Office of the Historian, n.d. Web. 13, Aug. 2016.
“Banknotes of the Yugoslav Dinar.” Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation. n.d. Web. 13 Aug. 2016.

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