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4th Corps - <span class="highlight">Mostar</span>&#160;...

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Siege of <span class="highlight">Mostar</span>&#160;...

The City of Mostar was surrounded by the Croat forces for nine months, and much of its historic city was severely damaged in shelling including the famous Stari Most bridge.[62] Mostar was divided into ...

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

... in Central Bosnia and the valley of the Neretva river. Together with its collaborationist units, the Croatian Army attacked and destroyed many cities and towns, such as for instance, Prozor, Mostar, Sovici, ...

Greater Croatia - Joint criminal enterprise (JCE)

... “based on ethnic and religious discrimination”.[13] The Decision determined that the seat of the Croatian Community of Herzeg-Bosnia should be in Mostar, that the “community” may admit other municipalities ...

Yugoslav People's Army illegal arming of the Serb terrorists

... in convoys and thus the Serbs were armed.[93] The arming of the Serb population in the valley of the Neretva was the task of Branko Simic from Zitomislici, near Mostar.[94] The Serb population, first ...

Realization of the RAM Plan

... to the Adriatic, along the line of Zadar — Sibenik — Split. Cut up Herzegovina and Croatia along the line of Mostar — Ploce”. [179] In mid-September 1991, the commands, units and institutions of the ...

RAM Plan

... armoured motorized parts of the 10th motorized brigade from Mostar were stationed in May at Kupres Plateau. [8] On May 6, General Kadijevic seemed to have gained back his self-reliance and desire for ...

Chronology of events 1985 to 1995

... towns.  Large group of ‘reservists’ from Montenegro come to JNA barracks in Mostar and terrorize civilians; more and more Bosniaks flee eastern Herzegovina.  Tuđman appoints Gojko Šušak, until then Minister ...

Karađorđevo and Graz meetings/negotiations

... of Croatia: the whole of Herzegovina, Mostar, and those districts of Bosnia where Croats are the majority ”. [1] In accordance with his Croatian nationalism, expressed in the anti-Bosnian and anti-Bosniak ...

War in Herzegovina

...  According to ICTY judgment in Naletilić-Martinović case Croat forces attacked the villages of Sovici and Doljani, about 50 kilometers north of Mostar in the morning on April 17, 1993. The attack was ...

So-called Herzeg-Bosnia

... during the Bosnian War. The capital city of Herzeg-Bosnia was Western Mostar. Herzeg-Bosnia ceased to exist in 1994 when it was joined to the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina upon the signing the Washington ...

Short Chronology of the Bosniak-Croat war

...  Bosnia and Herzegovina. Tuđman in that interview has characterized Bosnia and Herzegovina as colonial creation. 08. April 1992. HVO units in Mostar even though they were well armed did not react o ...

Dispatches report: Greater Croatia

... (leader, Bosnian Croats 1991-1992), Lord Owen, Mate Boban (President, Herceg Bosna), Ivan Negovetic (Commander, Bosnian Army), Jadranko Prlić (Prime Minister, Herceg Bosna), Jasna Dulić (Mostar muslim), ...

Ahmići massacre

... , 592 were Croats, 30 were Serbs and 47 were others. On April 3, 1993, the Croat leadership met in Mostar to discuss the implementation of the Vance-Owen Peace Plan. The Croats decided to implement t ...

Austro-Hungarian Rule

... vo: Veselin Masleša 1978, pp. 115-176. 26. On the protests in Mostar, cf. Donia, Robert J.: Mostar. Epicenter of Bosnian Student Movements on the Eve of World War I. In: Hercegovina 9 (1997), pp. 264- ...

Ottoman Rule 1463-1606

...  id="35" name="Old Bridge (Stari Most), Mostar - Bosni and Herzegovina"] Old Bridge (Stari Most), Mostar - Bosni and Herzegovina Old Bridge (Stari Most) is a 16th century bridge built by Ottomans. The brid ...
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