21 March 1994 During the offensive, Serb forces captured vital points in the town and the fall of Bihac seemed imminent. But two weeks after French peacekeepers took positions in Bihac in late February, Serb officers miscalculated that the artillery pounding of the town would scare UNPROFOR troops away. The Serb offensive on Bihac, led […]

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