Bosnia and Herzegovina: History
Bosnia and Herzegovina is annexed to Austria-Hungary.
The Austrian archduke Franz Ferdinand is assassinated by a Bosnian Serb student in Sarajevo, precipitating the start of World War I.
Bosnia and Herzegovina becomes part of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes after Austria-Hungary collapses at the end of the war.
Bosnia and Herzegovina is annexed by a pro-Hitler Croatian puppet state.
Bosnia is part of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia until 1991.
A coalition government is formed by nationalists following the collapse of communism.
The Dayton peace accord creates two entities of similar size, one for Bosnian Muslims and Croats and the other for Serbs.
Bosnia signs a stabilization and association agreement with the European Union, which usually includes the development of political, trade, social, cultural, and security links.
Bosnia's Muslim, Croat, and Serb political leaders reach an agreement on the formation of a new central government.