24 May 1993 When he came to Pale to take over command of the Serb Republic in Bosnia-Herzegovina Army a little over a year ago, General Ratko Mladic already had the reputation of a successful commander of the Knin Corps, and that of a man who was noted for not taking orders from anyone. On […]

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