Serbo-Croatians were a group of people from Europe, according to Charles Tucker III.

In a 2151 discussion with Malcolm Reed, Tucker mentioned that he could not remember any Europeans figuring out how to build a warp engine, specifically "No Brits, no Italians, no Serbo-Croatians." (ENT: "Shuttlepod One")

Although in the time of Yugoslavia, "Serbo-Croatian" was frequently used, these days, the two groups of Serbs and Croats are often referred to separately and live in separate countries.

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