If anything can be said of the Serbian Republic in Bosnia-Herzegovina authorities, then it is that they are consistent in their basic national-ideological commitment: to have nothing in common with anyone, and especially not with the Moslems and the Germans In early April this year, the Bosnian Serb army general staff came to the conclusion […]

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