After August 26, there is hardly a general ripe for retirement left in the Yugoslav Army. The latest wave of retirements has reduced the generals’ corps to a reasonable number, but has to some extent upset the political balance within the increasingly weaker army On Thursday morning panic was spreading and nerves were on the […]
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