9 December 1991 The Yugoslav Army defeated Yugoslavia more heavily than all the national leaders, their militia, their volunteers and their national guards put together. It could not, however, have brought victory to anyone, least of all to itself. That is why General Veljko Kadijevic (Federal Defence Minister) is so hard to understand, since he […]

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