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However, this model of Serb standardized language was “borrowed” by Lj.Gaj for the literal language of the Croats and as a result, from the first half of the 19 century both Serbs and Croats had a common literal language due to the Croatian appropriation of the Serbian national dialect which was soon renamed by the Croatian philologists firstly as a Serbo-Croatian and then as a Yugoslav language.He pointed out in this work that the Croats are Slavic people who established their own national state in Dalmatia (i.e., that Dalmatia was an original Balkan region of Croatian statehood). Schltzer who in his century anticipated an idea of a mutual community of the South Slavs on the linguistic foundation. He, basically, implied in the Balkan case a West European romanticist idea, advanced by the rationalistic philosophers, that one language can be spoken by one ethnonational community.The Croatian neighbors, the Serbs, came from the north and settled themselves on the area of Macedonia, Dalmatia, Slavonia, Moesia, Rascia, and Bosnia. Finally, according to his opinion, the medieval writers mixed up the Bulgarians with the Balkan Vlachs. However, he clearly differentiated a Serbian ethnonational speech (a Štokavian dialect) from similar South Slavic dialects.His main task was to turn Serbia’s foreign policy from an idea of the creation of I. Stare i nove kontroverze o uzrocima Prvog svetskog rata, Beograd, 2014, p. Garašanin’s primarily Christian Orthodox Greater Serbia towards the formation of the Yugoslav patchwork with the Roman Catholic Slovenes and Croats. To be continued with the second and final part References:  Andrej Mitrović, Prvi svetski rat, , Kragujevac, 1995, p. In some Serbia’s counties the population loss during the war was even up to 80% [Mira Radojević, Ljubodrag Dimić, Srbija u Velikom ratu 1914−1918, Beograd, 2014, p.  Jan Palmowski, A Dictionary of Contemporary World History from 1900 to the Present Day, New York, 2004, p. However, by contrast, Serbia, which lost ¼ of her population during the WWI and sacrificed her state’s independence in the name of Yugoslavia, advocated a concept of a centralized state as the best solution for the protection of Serbs outside Serbia.
Yugoslavia’s religious and ethnic diversity was expressed in two mutually opposite national-political ideas about the nature and future of the new state.
In other words, the final goal of Serbia’s foreign policy had to be a creation of the common South Slavic state from the Alps Mts. On another hand, however, there were many Serbian public workers, but primarily from the Austrian Empire, who accepted the politics of Yugoslav unification as the optimal solution for the resolving of the “Serbian Question” in the Balkans.  Franjo Ilešić, “O postanku izraza ‘Jugoslovenski’”, , 41, Warszawa, 1980, p. Allcock, Explaining Yugoslavia, Columbia University Press, New York, 2000, p.  At that time, it was belief that all South Slavs originated from the ancient inhabitants of the Balkan Peninsula – the Illyrians.
They claimed a political leadership of the union for the Principality of Serbia for two political reasons: As a good example of the Austrian pro-Yugoslav camp thinkers or of those who were fighting for the creation of a mutual state of the South Slavs in order to solve the “Serbian Question” was Matija Ban, a liberal Serbian Roman Catholic writer from Dubrovnik, who came to live in Belgrade in 1844. 168–169; Milorad Ekmečić, Stvaranje Jugoslavije 1790–1918, vol.
For him, the borders of a common South Slavic language are at the same time and the borders of the same South Slavic ethnic nation, regardless on the current (and historical) situation that the South Slavs have been living in different political entities (states) and confessing different faiths (by belonging to different, and even antagonistic, churches and theological believes – Roman Catholicism, Orthodoxy, Islam).
With the creation of the French (by Napoleon)), composed by Dalmatia, Dubrovnik, a littoral portion of Montenegro, Istria, South Croatia, and South Slovenia, which as political reality existed between 18, it began a period when the South Slavs from these territories started to live under the rule of a single political entity.