Inhabitants of bosnian and herzegovinian cities (1918-1941) Cover Image

Stanovnici bosanskohercegovačkih gradova (1918-1941. godine)
Inhabitants of bosnian and herzegovinian cities (1918-1941)

Author(s): Seka Brkljača
Subject(s): History
Published by: Institut za istoriju
Keywords: Bosnia and Herzegovina; urban municipalities; inhabitants; domiciliation; municipal laws; census; statistics; population growth; migration; population size; confessional and national structure; linguistic structure; family; household

Summary/Abstract: Pointing at some key characteristics of the status of the populatid on of Bosnian d Herzegovinian towns from the period of AustrodHungarian rule to the end of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia in 1941, the author has recond structed and analysed the changes d and their causes and consequences d in the size of population in the towns of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The popud lation of Bosnia and Herzegovina was often subject of research of the hid storiography of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Yugoslavia and even beyond their borders, yet there is hardly any paper taking a comprehensive look at demographic changes in urban municipalities of Bosnia and Herzegovina between the two world wars. Relying on the results of official statistics, the author follows the situation and changes of urban population in the context of broader sociodpolitical circumstances of the period.

  • Issue Year: 2006
  • Issue No: 35
  • Page Range: 071-104
  • Page Count: 44
  • Language: Bosnian