“If the Croats win the day, there won’t be a single cat left in Krajina- if it is a Serbian cat” prophesied a man from Benkovac in 1993. A year later, he bought a decent house and some land in Vojvodina; he had to sell a few possessions, but his sister from Germany also helped. […]
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