By making a late-August phone call to the independent Croatian weekly Feral Tribune, a jobless mechanical engineer and father of four, a disillusioned ‘hero’ of the Patriotic War, brusquely wrenched the blindfolds from the eyes of many Croatians, who for years believed their government’s claim that Croatian soldiers had not committed wartime atrocities. As Miro […]

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