25 May 1992 Vuk Obradovic had already attracted internal (military) attention in the early seventies: in “popular” pamphlets describing life in the army, Cadet V.O. was mentioned as a shining example. In everything, of course. Publicly promoted to junior captain in 1973, labeled as “the hero of our times” and “Captain Vuk”. A myth is […]

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