13 September 1997 In the autumn of 1991, the night came quickly in Pakracka Poljana. Everyone would lock the doors tight and listen to the muffled barrage from the direction of Pakrac and Lipik, and to the dreadful screams coming from the elementary school building. Distant firing in the night wrecked the nerves; the screams […]

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