15 August 1994 Yugoslav army officers have probably not been prevented from going on vacation because of celebrations marking the signing of the peace. However, trouble is expected somewhere. There were certain suspicions and speculations on whether the regime would be endangered by the newly-arisen situation. It was clear that the danger did not come […]

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