Changes in the Balkans
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Due to increased member interest we have made a major change to the Balkan Monarchies subforum located in the 'Other Non-Reigning Houses and Historical Monarchies' area.
Bulgaria, Romania and Serbia now have their own dedicated forums contained within the main Non-Reigning Houses section.
The former 'Balkan Monarchies' subforum will be removed and the single threads for Albania, Montenegro, Croatia and Macedonia can now be found in the Other Non-Reigning Houses and Historical Monarchies area.
We hope that members will enjoy the new structure and find navigation easier.
Marengo & Warren
Perhaps you should also create one for Montenegro given the great importance this small kingdom acquired due to the fact that it produced a queen of Italy, a queen of Yugoslavia, two grand duchesses of Russia, to quote the most important ones.
In addition, the Njegos family, like the Karadjordje in Serbia was a nation building dynasty and in this regard the significance and role in the ethnotic evolution in the Balkans is very high.
Thank you so much
If there was sufficient member interest measured in the number of posts we would be pleased to create a Royal Family of Montenegro subforum. However, the Royal House of Montenegro thread which opened in May 2006 has just 35 posts, an average of 9 posts per year.
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