, and Croatian
: Bosna i Hercegovina or Босна и Херцеговина), sometimes called Bosnia-Herzegovina or simply Bosnia, is a country in Southern Europe, on the Balkan Peninsula
1389 Battle of Kosovo: The Ottoman Empire defeats Serbs and Bosnians.
1909 Serbia accepts Austrian control over Bosnia and Herzegovina.
1943 World War II: Statehood of Bosnia and Herzegovina is re-established at the State Anti-Fascist Council for the People's Liberation of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
1943 The second session of AVNOJ, the Anti-fascist council of national liberation of Yugoslavia, is held in Jajce, Bosnia and Herzegovina, determining the post-war ordering of the country.
1946 Yugoslavia's new constitution, modeling the Soviet Union, establishes six constituent republics (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia).
1992 Bosnia and Herzegovina declares its independence from Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.
1992 The nation of Bosnia is established.
1992 Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Slovenia join the United Nations.
1993 Stari most, the "old bridge" in Bosnian Mostar built in 1566, collapses after several days of bombing.
1994 Bosnia's Bosniaks and Croats sign an agreement to form a federation in a loose economic union with Croatia.