Under the Cvetkovic-Macek Agreement, they split BiH between Serbia and Croatia, with the autonomous region of Croatia (also known as Banovina
Hrvatska) annexing roughly one-third, while the Serbian region kept the remainder.
This work was done in mixed villages, mostly in Banovina
The project was approved by the Administration of the Danube Banovina
in Novi Sad in September 1933 and building permits were obtained.
Henkel R, Sakaja L, 2009, "A sanctuary in post-conflict space: the Baptist Church as a "middle option" in Banovina
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(5) In the August of 1995, military-police operation Storm has been carried out, liberating areas of northern Dalmatia, southern and eastern Lika, as well as Kordun and Banovina
En los sucesivos gobiernos se llego a una solucion territorial que devolvio a Croacia cierta autonomia, pasando a constituirse en Banovina
Hrvatska el ano 1939.
Serbs would perhaps propose the name Vardar Macedonia, or Banovina
wheareas Albanians are categorically against any option using a Slavic term.
When the Serbian and Croatian political elites agreed to change the constitution of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia and to form the Banovina
of Croatia, the Croatian soccer officials stated that they wanted to reorganize the JNS on the same, national principle.
Ironically, the new leaders of the Croat banovina
instantly forgot their opposition to Serbian nationalizing policies after 1918 and acted the same way on a smaller scale, antagonizing the Serb minority.
The targeted regions are the inland hinterland and islands of Croatia's Southern Adriatic coast (Dalmatia and Krajina), Banovina
, which lies between Zagreb and the Bosnian border, and Western Slavonia, to the South-West of the capital.