Soviet-Empire.com U.S.S.R. and communism historical discussion.
[ Login ] [ Active ]

Did Yugoslavia ever have a Nuclear Weapons Programme?

POST REPLY
Log-in to remove advertisement.
Post 20 Sep 2014, 10:06
I'm curious as to wether or not Yugoslavia ever attempted to gain Nuclear Weapons capability.
Did they embark on such a R&D endeavour and then halt for Foreign Concessions of some sort?
Or did such a Project seem to costly and never materialise?
Loz
Post 20 Sep 2014, 14:50
It did, like many other countries that had some sort of a nuclear research program. It was most intensive after 1948 and until destalinization. I think Tito ordered all of that to stop in the 60s.
Also the whole thing cost a lot.
Post 20 Sep 2014, 14:57
Yes, I remember reading a very long and detailed article about the Yugoslav nuclear program somewhere a long time ago. If I remember I'll try posting it here.
Post 20 Sep 2014, 15:08
Thanks!


Sorry about poor spelling etc, had no sleep.
Post 11 Dec 2014, 12:15
No, not at all. Baathism was/is a progressive all-Arab nationalist movement.
More Forums: The History Forum. The UK Politics Forum.
© 2000- Soviet-Empire.com. Privacy.
cron
[ Top ]