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The Revival and Escalation of the Greater Serbia

... second such integrative factor — the JNA and its leadership (since 1982, Admiral Branko Mamula and his successor and trainee, General Veljko Kadijevic)4 had started searching for a solution for its own ...

Republic of Croatia illegal arming of the Croat terrorists

... Army (JNA) was still stationed in Mostar, over 1.500 long barrels, 1.400 bombs, and over 40.000 meals have been transported to Herzegovina.[6] The Republic of Croatia, besides the live forces (Croatian ...

Occupation of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina

... the broader area of Bijelo Polje, and pushed back the JNA units commanded by General Momcilo Perisic from Mostar from the left and right banks of the Neretva river. After that, the Greater Serbia aggressor ...

Greater Croatia - Joint criminal enterprise (JCE)

... Kaonik” (with the Zenica JNA garrison); the town of Busovaca was fully blocked, and under the threat of arms, the will of the “extremist group” was imposed in the whole area.[34] Pursuant to the Statutory ...

Yugoslav People's Army illegal arming of the Serb terrorists

... the Vozd of the Greater Serbia movement Slobodan Milosevic in person, in order to execute the aggression against Bosnia and Herzegovina, the commands, units and institutions of the JNA were systematically ...

Foreign Mercenaries

...  he was injured on Mt. Jahorina, from where he was transported by a JNA helicopter into Belgrade, and was taken to the Military Medical Academy for treatment. After rehabilitation, he took over the aforementione ...

Realization of the RAM Plan

... of the JNA from Slovenia, the leadership of the Greater Serbia movement started an open aggression against Croatia. In late August, the European Community, interested in a unified Yugoslavia, established ...

RAM Plan

... Serbian nation outside Serbia, and the gathering of the JNA within the borders of the future Yugoslavia, however, the second part of the task — the gathering of the JNA — had to, operationally and time-wise, ...

Chronology of events 1985 to 1995

... Milošević as ‘defender of Serbs’.  His rise becomes ever more rapid after this. 3 Sept.  In Paraćin barracks of Yugoslav People’s Army (JNA) in Serbia, deranged Albanian soldier kills four and wounds ...

The Government of the Republic of Serbia -vs- Ejup Ganić

... of Acting President of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, personally commanded an attack on the military hospital, the JNA Officers’ Club and a column of medical vehicles. On the 3rd May 1992 is ...

Siege of Mostar

... the city and expelled thousands[62] Bosniaks from the west side into the east side of the city. The HVO shelling reduced much of the east side of Mostar to rubble. The JNA (Yugoslav Army) demolished Carinski ...

2. - 3. May 1992

"Bosnia or Death" is an untold story of 2nd and 3rd May 1992, the historic days of crucial importance for the defense of the city of Sarajevo and the state of Bosnia and Herzegovina. These fateful events ...

Dobrovoljačka

"Because of much manipulation, lying, fabrication about how many soldiers died in Dobrovoljačka Street, it's time to say exactly how many died, and only I can do that. In the Dobrovoljačka Street, they ...

Yugoslav People's Army illegal arming of the Serb terrorists

In acceptance of the Greater Serbia nationalist agenda of “rounding up the Serb lands“, that is, “the exit onto Serb ethnic territories”, and the greater state concept of solution of the Serb ethnic issue, ...
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