The leadership and members of the JNA Security, undoubtedly, had a Yugoslav orientation (whatever this might mean nowadays). The nature of the service considered, its infiltration by supporters of Milosevic’s option – the union of all Serb states – was not easy. They did not fight for that – as former KOS members say; they […]

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