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Yugoslavia led by Josip Broz Tito is a custom civilization by Senshi, with contributions from JFD, DMS, DarthKyofu, Alga, and COF.

This mod requires Brave New World.

Overview[]

Yugoslavia[]

Yugoslavia (meaning "South Slavia" or "land of the South Slavs"), was created twice in the twentieth century—both times after a world war—and it disintegrated twice: the first time because of an invasion and partition during the Second World War and the second time at the end of the Cold War, when an internal conflict led to hundreds of thousands of dead, millions displaced, and a foreign intervention. Between 1918 and 1941 (formally 1945) Yugoslavia was a monarchy. The fragile democracy of the 1920s was replaced by a royal dictatorship in 1929. The country was invaded and partitioned by Germany, Italy, and their allies in 1941, but, despite a bloody civil war that, combined with wars for liberation, claimed one million lives, a united South Slav state reemerged at the end of the Second World War. Between 1945 and 1991–1992 Yugoslavia was a socialist federation, comprising six republics: Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro, and Macedonia. Serbia also had two provinces, Vojvodina and Kosovo. The Yugoslav successor states today are all formally democratic republics, but in the 1990s the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (comprising just Serbia and Montenegro) and Croatia were ruled by semi-authoritarian regimes, while Bosnia emerged from war as a de facto international protectorate. Kosovo, only nominally part of Serbia, has been an international protectorate since 1999. The region is gradually being integrated into international institutions, with Slovenia leading the way as a member of the European Union (EU) and NATO since 2004.

Josip Broz Tito[]

Josip Broz, commonly known as Tito, was a Yugoslav communist revolutionary and statesman, serving in various roles from 1943 until his death in 1980. During World War II, he was the leader of the Partisans, often regarded as the most effective resistance movement in occupied Europe. He also served as the President of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia from 14 January 1953 to 4 May 1980.

Dawn of Man[]

"We stand with you, Josip Broz Tito, great leader of Yugoslavia! Distinguishing yourself as the most effective resistance leader in all of Axis-occupied Europe during the Second World War, you were recognised by all as the liberator of the Yugoslavs. With wide support both internally and abroad, you emerged as leader of a new Communist Yugoslavia. Far from being a Soviet puppet like many of your contemporaries, you led your new Socialist Republic down a path of independence and assertiveness. You fostered cooperation between the many peoples of Yugoslavia, created a progressive socialist ideology which was the envy of the Communist bloc, and worked with a diverse range of nations to create the Non-Aligned Movement at the height of the Cold War. Truly, under your guiding hand Yugoslavia emerged as a beacon of brotherhood and unity!

TitoLS

Art by DMS

Great Marshal Tito, Yugoslavia would not last long after your passing. Only a decade later, your nation fractured and shattered, leaving only reactionary and vitriolic substates in its wake. But the spirit of the Yugoslavs lives on - and once more they call for you to lead them! Will you unite these squabbling nations into a brotherhood once more? Will you build a civilization to stand the test of time?"

Introduction: "I bid you welcome to Yugoslavia, land of unity and equality. I seek only cooperation between our states, but I will not tolerate any attempts at crushing the Yugoslav spirit!"

Defeat: "You have brought chaos, fratricidal war, and division to my great state. I fear for the future both of Yugoslavia and the world under your boot."

Unique Attributes[]

Yugoslavia (Josip Broz Tito)
TitoLeader

Art by DMS

Hej Slaveni

Buildings and Wonders which increase Unit Production or Experience also increase CultureIcon Culture. Units trained during War begin with additional Experience based on your CultureIcon Culture output.

TitoUnit

Art by Alga (adapted from Janboruta)

Partisan (Machine Gun)
  • Unlocked at Railroad.
  • Ignores Rough Terrain.
  • Ranged Strength increases with each Level.
  • +1 Range when adjacent to an enemy unit.
TitoBuilding

By DarthKyofu

Spomenik (Zoo)
  • Temporarily generates CultureIcon Culture whenever a Unit is defeated within range of the City, regardless of its owner.
  • When producing Units, receive additional Production Production based on the city's Local Happiness, doubled while at War.
City List
  1. Belgrade
  2. Zagreb
  3. Sarajevo
  4. Skopje
  5. Ljubljana
  6. Titograd
  7. Split
  8. Pristina
  9. Novi Sad
  10. Nis
  11. Banja Luka
  12. Rijeka
  13. Maribor
  14. Mostar
  15. Osijek
  16. Zadar
  17. Kragujevac
  18. Tuzla
  19. Subotica
  20. Pula
  21. Zenica
  22. Prizren
  23. Mitrovica
  24. Niksic
  25. Cacak
  26. Bitola
  27. Kraljevo
  28. Kumanovo
  29. Novi Pazar
  30. Zrenjanin
  31. Tetovo
  32. Karlovac
  33. Pec
  34. Pancevo
  35. Leskovac
  36. Uzice
  37. Krusevac
  38. Smederovo
  39. Sabac
  40. Prilep
Spy List
  • Petar
  • Ivan
  • Aleksandar
  • Dzemal
  • Jovanka
  • Davorjanka
  • Cica
  • Milan
  • Lazar
  • Slobodan
Yugoslavia (Tito)

Strategy[]


Music[]

Peace Theme War Theme
Danilo Živković's 'Jugoslavijo [Od Vardara pa do Triglava] performed by Horn-Orchestra 'Leaving the Harbor' from Hearts of Iron IV, by Andreas Waldetoft

Mod Support[]

Mod Support
Yes
Yes
Community Balance Patch
Unknown
Yes
Yes
Ethnic Units
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Map Labels
Yes
Yes
Yes
Unknown
Unique Cultural Influence
Yes
Wish for the World
No
YnAEMP
Yes

Full Credits List[]

Steam Workshop
Latest Version: v 1
Last Updated: 29 Oct 2020

 

 
  • Senshi: Concept, Auxiliary Code and Text as always
  • JFD: Lua
  • DMS: Art (Leaderscene and Icon)
  • DarthKyofu: Art (Civ Icon and Alpha, Spomenik)
  • Agla: Art (Partisan {Adapted from Janboruta})
  • COF: Art (Map)
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