A dream of an American opera singer and the activities of a French peacemaker were translated into Serbo-Croatian as a political action with obscure aims and consequences. Still, it worked On the very last day of the tragic 1991, around 9 a.m., a group of 150 people has reached the heavily damaged port of Dubrovnik. […]
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