Federative People's Republic of Yugoslavia
 
Though the war ended, Peter II was not allowed to return home. He was deposed by Yugoslavia's Communist Constituent Assembly on 29 November 1945. After that, he settled in the United States. From 1962 to his death he served as the Royal Patron of the Sovereign Military Order of the Temple of Jerusalem in the United States. After many years of suffering from cirrhosis of the liver, he died in Denver, Colorado, on 03 November 1970, after a failed liver transplant. He was interred in Saint Sava Monastery Church at Libertyville, Illinois in United States.
After Peter II's was deposed, the government changed the name of the country from Democratic Federative Yugoslavia to Federative People's Republic of Yugoslavia on 29 November 1945, which lasted till 07 April 1963, when again the country name was changed.
 
  • Secretary-general of the Communist Party
  • Josip Broz Tito.....................................Aug 1937 - Oct 1966 (d. 1980)
 
Currency: Dinar = 100 para.
 
1953
 

KM# 29 / Schön# 24 50 para. Year: 1953. Weight: 0.62g [0.60g]. Metal: Aluminium. Diameter: 17.60 mm. Edge: Plain. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Belgrade. Obverse: Numeral "50" in the center surrounded by 7 stars in the top section. Date "1953" is split at both left and right side. "ПАРА" (para) written at the bottom.

Reverse: Yugoslavia emblem in the center with date on banner: "29·XI·1943". "FEDERATIVNA NARODNA REPUBLIKA JUGOSLAVIJA" (Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia) written around. Four diamonds at the bottom. Mintage: N.A. Mintage Years: One year type.

KM# 30 / Schön# 25 1 Dinar. Year: 1953. Weight: 0.90g [0.90g]. Metal: Aluminium. Diameter: 19.80 mm. Edge: Plain. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Belgrade. Obverse: Numeral "1" in the center surrounded by 7 stars in the top section. Date "1953" is split at both left and right side. "DINAR" written at the bottom.
Reverse: Yugoslavia emblem in the center with date on banner: "29·XI·1943". "FEDERATIVNA NARODNA REPUBLIKA JUGOSLAVIJA" (Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia) written around. Four diamonds at the bottom. Mintage: N.A. Mintage Years: One year type.

KM# 31 / Schön# 26 2 Dinars. Year: 1953. Weight: 1.27g [1.30g]. Metal: Aluminium. Diameter: 22.20 mm. Edge: Plain. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Belgrade. Obverse: Numeral "2" in the center surrounded by 7 stars in the top section. Date "1953" is split at both left and right side. "DINARA" (Dinars) written at the bottom.

Reverse: Yugoslavia emblem in the center with date on banner: "29·XI·1943". "FEDERATIVNA NARODNA REPUBLIKA JUGOSLAVIJA" (Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia) written around. Four diamonds at the bottom. Mintage: N.A. Mintage Years: One year type.

KM# 32 / Schön# 27 5 Dinars. Year: 1953. Weight: 1.68g [1.60g]. Metal: Aluminium. Diameter: 24.60 mm. Edge: Plain. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Belgrade. Obverse: Numeral "5" in the center surrounded by 7 stars in the top section. Date "1953" is split at both left and right side. "DINARA" (Dinars) written at the bottom.
Reverse: Yugoslavia emblem in the center with date on banner: "29·XI·1943". "FEDERATIVNA NARODNA REPUBLIKA JUGOSLAVIJA" (Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia) written around. Four diamonds at the bottom. Mintage: N.A. Mintage Years: One year type.
 
1955
 

KM# 33 / Schön# 28 10 Dinars. Year: 1955. Weight: 3.15g [3.00g]. Metal: Aluminium-Bronze. Diameter: 21.00 mm. Edge: Reeded. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Belgrade. Obverse: Woman with head scarf facing left and holding a sheaf of wheat in the center. Value "10 ДИНАРА" (10 Dinars) written at the upper left side. "DINČIĆ F·M" written in two lines between neck and sheaf of wheat. Date below the Value.
Reverse: Yugoslavia emblem in the center with date on banner: "29·XI·1943". "FEDERATIVNA NARODNA REPUBLIKA JUGOSLAVIJA" (Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia) written around. Four diamonds at the bottom. Mintage: N.A. Mintage Years: One year type. Engraver: Frano Meneghello Dinčić (both sides).

Note: Some of 10 Dinara coins are missing the "DINČIĆ F·M" inscription between neck and sheaf of wheat.

KM# 34 / Schön# 29 20 Dinars. Year: 1955. Weight: 4.09g [4.00g]. Metal: Aluminium-Bronze. Diameter: 23.20 mm. Edge: Reeded. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Belgrade. Obverse: Man looking right with cogwheel below him in the center. Value "20 DINARA" (20 Dinars) written at the upper right side. "DINČIĆ F·M" behind the neck. Date below the Value.

Reverse: Yugoslavia emblem in the center with date on banner: "29·XI·1943". "ФЕДЕРАТИВНА НАРОДНА РЕПУБЛИКА ЈУГОСЛАВИЈА" (Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia) written around. Four diamonds at the bottom. Mintage: N.A. Mintage Years: One year type. Engraver: Frano Meneghello Dinčić (both sides).

KM# 35 / Schön# 30 50 Dinars. Year: 1955. Weight: 6.10g [6.00g]. Metal: Aluminium-Bronze. Diameter: 25.50 mm. Edge: Reeded. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Belgrade. Obverse: Man and Woman looking right with sheaf of wheat and cogwheel below them in the center. Value "10 ДИНАРА" (50 Dinars) written at the upper right side. "DINČIĆ F·M" behind the Man's neck. Date below the Value.

Man and woman looking right, ears of wheat and cogwheel

Reverse: Yugoslavia emblem in the center with date on banner: "29·XI·1943". "FEDERATIVNA NARODNA REPUBLIKA JUGOSLAVIJA" (Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia) written around. Four diamonds at the bottom. Mintage: N.A. Mintage Years: One year type. Engraver: Frano Meneghello Dinčić (both sides).
 
 
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  • OBRENOVIĆ
  • Mihailo [Michael] Obrenović III (2nd time)............26 Sep 1860 - 10 Jun 1868
  • Milan II [Milan Obrenović IV] (King from 1882)........02 Jul 1868 - 06 Mar 1889
  • Aleksandar............................................06 Mar 1889 - 11 Jun 1903
  • KARAGEORGEVIĆ
  • Peter I (King of Serbs, Croats, & Slovenes from 1918).15 Jun 1903 - 16 Aug 1921
  • Aleksandar (Kingdom of Yugoslavia from 1929)..........16 Aug 1921 - 09 Oct 1934
  • Peter II..............................................09 Oct 1934 - 29 Nov 1945
  • Occupied Territory and Federal Republic
  • German occupation.....................................13 Apr 1941 - 20 Oct 1944
  • Democratic Federative Yugoslavia......................29 Nov 1943 - 29 Nov 1945
  • Federative People's Republic of Yugoslavia............29 Nov 1945 - 07 Apr 1963
  • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia..............07 Apr 1963 - 27 Apr 1992
  • Federal Republic of Yugoslavia........................27 Apr 1992 - 04 Feb 2003
  • Serbia and Montenegro.................................04 Feb 2003 - 03 Jun 2006
  • Republic of Serbia....................................05 Jun 2006 - date
 
 
 
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