22 February 1993 Since the departure of JNA (former Yugoslav People’s Army) authorities needed more soldiers, so they had to mobilize by force all those who didn’t join voluntarily. Bozidar Vucurevic (leader of the Trebinje Serbs) decided to expel even completely loyal Muslims since the plan for sea-exit of so called East Herzegovina failed (direction […]

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