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    Causes and Dznamic of the War in Croatia - by Mladen Klemencic (Published in the ACTA GEOGRAPHICA CROATICA, Volume 28, 1-245)

    Photo Gallery - A collection of photographs made during the war, from the destruction of Dubrovnik in 1991, to the scenes from the missile attacks on Zagreb in May 1995 and liberating actions in Western Slavonia soon afterwards.

    Liberation of West Slavonia - Operation "FLASH".

    Tihomir Blaskic - A very comprehensive site on the trial of Croatian Bosnian general Blaskic in the Hague. Maintained by Association of Former Prisoners in Serbian Concentration Camps.

    Eastern Croatia - A site about happenings in eastern Croatia during the war.

    Israel and Genocide in Croatia - by prof.dr Igor Primorac (Hebrew University, Jerusalem), the paper discusses the pro-Serbian stand of Israeli media during the war against Croatia (1991-1995).

    Serbian Intellectuals and the War in the Balkans - By Igor Primoratz, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel. The wars in Croatia, Bosnia, and now Kosovo are stages of a single process that can be only understood as the Greater Serbian ideology at work. This ideology has been created, elaborated, and disseminated by Serbian intellectuals.

    The Inventions and Lies of Dr Bulajic on Internet - written by Vladimir Zerjavic in 1997; Jasenovac concentration camp, the number of victims in former Yugoslavia in WWII, ustasha regime in NDH.

    The Barbarian Rhapsody - Attacks on Dubrovnik - from the address of Mr. Pero Poljanic, former Lord Mayor of Dubrovnik, written in early spring 1992.

    Vukovar, 100 days after - Photographs from Vukovar.

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