6 September 1993 Sometime in mid April, when Serbian Renewal Movement (SPO) leader Vuk Draskovic dreamed of restaging the St. Vitus’ Day rally (June 28), he said: “This heat will bring something.” He had anticipated that sometime in June the heat would be at its height, that the majority in Serbia would realize that disaster […]

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