“We’ve captured several Serbs bearing the insignia of the “White Eagles”, a commander of the Croatian Armed Forces (HOS) in Bosnia-Herzegovina boasted at the beginning of May, 1992, and went on, “We wanted to check whether they could really fly. Very strange, even though we let them fly form the fifth floor, all of them […]

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