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During the 17th and 18th century, Albanians in large numbers converted to Islam, often to escape higher taxes levied on Christian subjects as well as a plethora of other reasons including ecclesiastical decay, and from 1945 to 1992 Albanians lived under a communist government.
Albanians within Yugoslavia underwent periods of discrimination and eventual self-determination that concluded with the breakup of that state in the early 1990s culminating with Albanians living in new countries and Kosovo.
The majority of Albanians in Italy arrived in 1991 and have since surpassed the older populations of Arbëreshë.
After the breakdown of the communist regime in Albania in 1990, Italy had been the main immigration target for Albanians leaving their country.
The term is moreover legally used to refer to the citizens of the Republic of Albania.
Albanians produced many prominent figures such as Skanderbeg, leader of the medieval Albanian resistance to the Ottoman conquest, and others during the Albanian National Awakening seeking self-determination.
and form the oldest continuous Albanian diaspora, producing influential and many prominent figures.
An estimated 2.2 million Albanians live in the territory of Former Yugoslavia, the greater part, which is close to two million, in Kosovo.
Rights to use the Albanian language in education and government were given and guaranteed by the 1974 Constitution of SFRY and were widely utilized in Macedonia and in Montenegro before the Dissolution of Yugoslavia.
This was because Italy had been a symbol of the West for many Albanians during the communist period, because of its geographic proximity.
There are small Albanian populations dating to migrations from the 18th century.