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Occupation of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina

... those areas were taken by the Croatian Army. The withdrawal of the JNA from the Neretva valley was accompanied by the withdrawal of the Croatian Army from Bosnian Posavina (except for the Orasje pocket).[59] ...

Greater Croatia - Joint criminal enterprise (JCE)

... Community of Herzeg-Bosnia here did not include the Bosnian Posavina and the Prekounje areas, that is, the “Turkish Croatia”. This could be the consequence of the agreements reached between Tudjman and ...

Islamic Declaration

... war, during which Alija Izetbegovic enjoyed worldwide support, and during which the United States militarily intervened to help the besieged Bosnian government by bombing Serb positions in 1995, tha ...

Foreign Mercenaries

... too, arrested during the aggressor’s attack on the Sarajevo residential area of Stup. [5] The aggressor was continually bringing in permanent contingents of foreign mercenaries onto the Bosnian-Herzegovinian ...

Realization of the RAM Plan

... international circumstances were created, most directly linked to the war in Bosnia and to the defeat of the Bosnian Serb Army in the spring and summer of 1995. For Tudjman, since the dissolution of Yugoslavia ...

RAM Plan

... Slavonia, for the population of Bosnian region of Posavina. Cosic accepted, Karadzic agreed, and Cyrus Vance approved that this be called “ humane resettlement ” (Z. Papic, BOSNA I BALKAN , Sarajevo 2002, ...

Chronology of events 1985 to 1995

... paramilitary units. First meeting this month of all representatives of military wing of Bosnian Herzegovinan Patriotic League on Trebević mountain near Sarajevo. 15 May.  Serb bloc in Presidency of ...

Srebrenica - A Cry from the Grave

Srebrenica, Bosnia, the world's first United Nations Safe Area, was the site of the worst case of genocide in Europe since World War II. In July 1995, the Bosnian Serb army staged a brutal takeover o ...

Facts about Srebrenica

... Serbianparamilitary unit, calling itself the Scorpions, execute six Bosnian Muslim men and teenagers captured after the fall of Srebrenica in 1995. The images of Serbian soldiers tormenting and then shooting ...

War in Herzegovina

... part of a larger HVO offensive aimed at taking Jablanica, the main Bosnian Muslim dominated town in the area. The HVO commanders had calculated that they needed two days to take Jablanica. The location ...

Short Chronology of the Bosniak-Croat war

... withdraw all of the weapons and the military equipment in possession of Territorial defense in to the Yugoslav Peoples Army military depot. This decision was not obeyed by 23 municipalities with Bosnian ...

Ahmići massacre

Ahmići massacre was the culmination of the Lašva Valley ethnic cleansing committed by the Croatian Community of Herzeg-Bosnia's political and military leadership on Bosnian Muslim (Bosniak) civilians durin ...

Austro-Hungarian Rule

... improved. However, the most significant characteristics of this period were the sharp decline of Bosniaks (Bosnian Muslims) in the region, the imposition of colonial rule, and the maintenance of feudal ...

Conversion to Islam in the Balkans

... and Bosnian kingdoms in the western Balkans were also torn apart by dynastic struggles. Another important factor was that the petty rulers in Macedonia, Thessaly, Epirus, Albania and parts of Bulgaria ...

Ottoman Rule 1463-1606

... n of an eyalet or province, the largest constituent unit of the Empire. The first sandžak (to use the Bosnian form of the word) set up by the Turks after the conquest of Bosnia was sandžak Bosnia itsel ...

The Medieval Bosnia 1180-1463

... o militarily powerful state; but there was newer any large scale attempt by Serbian kings to conquer Bosnia [1]. As the kings of Hungary were frequently to discover, the impenetrability of Bosnian terra ...
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