The Yugoslavian coat of arms (the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia) was used from 1943 to 1963. It features a red star at the top, surrounding wheat, and six united torches in the middle. These torches represent the six republics of Republic of Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia, Montenegro, Serbia.
The Yugoslavian coat of arms contains the date November 29, 1943. This is the day on which a meeting was held to set up the country.
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