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Örjan Martinsson

Regents of Croatia

Two principalities populated by Croats were created during the early middle age, both recognised the Byzantine emperors supremacy. The principality of Croatia was located in the coastal region that is now called Dalmatia while the principality of Slavonia were located between the modern states of Hungary and Bosnia. Tomislav I unified these principalities during the 10th century and assumed the title king. But when Tomislav I died Croatia and Slavonia were temporarily divided between different branches of his dynasty. When this dynasty died out Croatia-Slavonia were annexed by Hungary and remained a part of the Hungarian Monarchy until the end of the First World War when it became a part of the kingdom of Yugoslavia instead. A part of a brief period during the Second World War Croatia would not regain its independence until 1991.

Croatia
 
Slavonia
 
821–835
835–845
845–864
864
864-876
876-877
877-879
879-892
892-900
900-908
908-912
912-915

Vladislav
Mislav
Trpimir
Zdeslav
Domagoj
Domagojić
Zdeslav
Branimir
Muntimir
Krešimir I
Miroslav
Pribunja

790-815
815-835
835-855
855-862
862-884
844-899
899-910
910-914
914-915
 

 

Vojnomir
Vladimir I
Ratimir
Svetimir
Svetopolk I     
Braslav
Svetopolk II
Vladislav
Tomislav I (same as below)

 
Croatia-Slavonia
 
915-931 Tomislav I ( = 925)

Croatia
(kingdom from 988)
 

Slavonia
 
931-948
948-969
969-997
997-1000

Godimir
Mihajlo Krešimir II
Stjepan Držislav ( = 988)
Svetoslav Suronja

931-950
950-972
972-1000
 

Sebeslav
Hranimir
Tverdoslav


Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia
 
997-1030
997-1020
1030-1058
1058-1074
1075-1089
1089-1091
1091-1095
1095-1102
1102-1918
1849-1867
1867-1918
1918-1941
Krešimir III
Gojislav
Stjepan I
Petar Krešimir IV
Dimitrije Zvonomir
Stjepan II
Almoš
Petar
Part of the Hungarian monarchy
Part of the Austrian monarchy
Part of the Hungarian monarchy
Part of Yugoslavia

Independent State of Croatia
 
1941-1945
1945-1991
1991-
Tomislav II
Part of Yugoslavia
Republic of Croatia

= Great Moravia