18 May 1992 While a Croatian-Moslem (i.e. Bosnian-Herzegovinian) offensive is under way on the Northern front, the pressure of the Serbian military bloc is growing in eastern and central Bosnia, especially in the Gorazde region, whose urban center is still under the control of the legal authorities. From a military and strategic point of view, […]

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