20 November 1995 The thoughts that went through the minds of Serb Democratic Party (SDS) activists when they formed the Serb National Council for Slavonia, Baranja and western Srem in Sidski Banovci on January 7, 1991 are hard to imagine. Did any of them imagine that after four years of combat that main goal of […]

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