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The Revival and Escalation of the Greater Serbia

The Serbian intellectual, political, and military leadership had kept itself in place by abusing the name “Yugoslavia”, by way of which, since as early as 1918, it had enjoyed full supremacy over this ...

Republic of Croatia illegal arming of the Croat terrorists

... of 122 mm calibre, from the military equipment production facilities Bratstvo in Novi Travnik, which were further on transported towards West Herzegovina over Prozor. Consequently, while the Yugoslav National ...

Occupation of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina

... evidenced by the International Court for Criminal Prosecution of the Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of the International Humanitarian Law Committed on the Territory of Former Yugoslavia from ...

Greater Croatia - Joint criminal enterprise (JCE)

... time as the state independence of Bosnia and Herzegovina exists in relation to the former or any future Yugoslavia”, and “all the applicable international enactments that are foundations of the modern ...

Islamic Declaration

... ident of Yugoslavia warned of the 'pan-Islamic internationalization of war in Bosnia' and Milosevic did the same by depicting Serbia as the little David against the Islamic 'Goliath'.[3] Radovan Karadzic a ...

Foreign Mercenaries

... of interest for this collaborationist army, including the receipt of volunteer soldiers from the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and other East European states, and of their sending to Bosnia and Herzegovina. ...

Realization of the RAM Plan

... interfere in Yugoslav relations. The first stage of internationalisation involves the European Community. On July 1, under the pressure of the European Community, the leadership of the Greater Serbia movement ...

RAM Plan

... and - the second one, “that the Army relies on political forces in the Federation and the republics representing all those nations who wish to live in Yugoslavia, with a peaceful departure from those ...

Chronology of events 1985 to 1995

... grows more intense. 24 Oct.  Widest-circulation newspaper in Yugoslavia, the Belgrade Većernji novosti, publishes the SANU Memorandum, which states that Serbs in Yugoslavia are continually under threat ...

Unholy Alliance: Greece and Milošević´s Serbia

... s the West, after all, which according to local perceptions had been responsible for the mayhem in the former Yugoslavia. Even as late as April, 1994, when the Serb atrocities had been established beyo ...

List of Serb war criminals

Following is a comprehensive list of convicted war criminals (Serbs) as according to the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY), The Department I (Special Department for War ...

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

... Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, which applied to Serbia at the relevant time, Article 143 (War Crimes against the Wounded and Sick) was punishable by a term of imprisonment of not less than 5 years or ...

Facts about Srebrenica

In June 2005, during cross-examination of a witness in the case against Slobodan Milošević[1] at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, the court viewed video footage showing a ...

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 ...

Short Chronology of the Bosniak-Croat war

19. October 1990. The presidency of the Socialist Republic Bosnia and Herzegovina according to the order of the Headquarters of armed forces of Socialist Federal Republic Yugoslavia draws a decision to ...

Ahmići massacre

...  Yugoslavia in The Hague has ruled that these crimes amounted to crimes against humanity in numerous verdicts against Croat political and military leaders and soldiers, most notably Dario Kordić, politica ...

Conversion to Islam in the Balkans

The conquest of the Balkans was accomplished in the space of little more than a century and in two stages—1352 to 1402 and 1415 to 1467. The main reason for the relatively faster pace of the conquest ...
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