Macedonia falls under the control of the Byzantine Empire.
Ottoman Turks conquer Macedonia.
The Balkan countries including Bulgaria, Serbia, Montenegro, and Greece defeat the Ottomans in the First Balkan War.
Ottoman rule ends; The Treaty of Bucharest splits Macedonia between Serbia, Bulgaria, and Greece.
WWI breaks out, and Bulgaria occupies Macedonia.
The war ends and Macedonia becomes part of Serbia once again; the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes are founded by the Treaty of Versailles.
The Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes is renamed Yugoslavia.
Germany invades Yugoslavia.
Yugoslavia is liberated from outside rule.
The Yugoslav Socialist Federation is established, which includes Macedonia and five other republics.
Macedonia declares its independence from Yugoslavia; a new constitution is adopted which establishes a parliamentary democracy.
Macedonia becomes a member of the United Nations.
Macedonia's parliament approves a new constitution that gives more rights to native Albanians.