6 June 1994 A genuine revolt broke out in Herzegovina after the Washington agreement, and especially after the drafting of the maps in Vienna, that envision two joint, CroatMoslem, i.e. MoslemCroat cantons. The rallies staged in Vitez lasted for days since according to the maps the whole of the Lasva Valley, along with Kiseljak, Kresevo, […]

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