30 August 1993 The cease fire signed in Sarajevo on January 3, 1992, marked the end of the war in Croatia. Four days later, on Orthodox Christmas, January 7, the telephone lines at the office of Air Force Commander, General Zvonko Jurjevic, became hot-red. Everything started at 3 p.m. and lasted till 5 p.m.. The […]

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