Southslavland (English: Yugoslavia, Serbish, Macedonish, Slovenish: Jugoslavija/Југославија) was a land in southeastern Eveland from 1918 to 1992, when it fell asunder. From it arose six selfstanding rikes, including Macedon, Croatland, Trimble, Earldom and Bosna, Serbland, and Blackhill.
After World War One the Balkan lands of the gained selfhood and banded with Serbland shortly after into one bigger Rike, known as the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes.
Southslavland was overran by Theedish and Italish heras in World War Two. The Kingdom was overthrown and the Rike was cleaved into many folkdoms that were steered by Nazi overseers. There were two moots of Slavish backlashers: the kingly "Chetniks", who fought for the king, and the folkwielding "Stalwarts". The Stalwarts brooked blast uprisings to push back the Theedish raiders with the help of the Band of Soviet Fellowship Ledewealths.
In 1945, a wend in the mootish mindthoughts led to a new framework of sharedom in Southslavland. Now known as the, Josip Broz Tito was chosen leader until his death in 1980.
Squabbles over unfair Serbish reding goaded uptight feelings among folkstocks of Southslavland that led to calls for selfhood. In 1991 Trimble, Croatland and Macedon became selfreding. Earldom and Bosna left in 1992, while the laf of the land became known as Serbland & Blackhill.