21 June 1993 On the eve of Yugoslavia's disintegration the national make-up of the officer corps was frequently used as an argument to support the claim that the Yugoslav Army (VJ) was the Serbian-Montenegrin army. The disproportions are obvious, but it can hardly be said that a considerably larger number of Serbs, Montenegrins and Yugoslavs […]

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