The Yugoslav Wars (2)

The Yugoslav Wars (2)

Bosnia, Kosovo and Macedonia 1992–2001

Elite 146
  • Author: Nigel Thomas, K Mikulan
  • Illustrator: Darko Pavlovic
  • Short code: ELI 146
  • Publication Date: 10 Nov 2006
  • Number of Pages: 64
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Following the death of the Yugoslavian President Tito in 1980, the semi-autonomous republics and provinces that he had welded into a multi-cultural nation in 1945 slid gradually towards separation. For ten years following 1991, the world watched in horror as a series of bloody wars ripped a modern European state apart, and the intolerable spectacle eventually forced international intervention. Illustrated with rare photos and colour uniform plates, this second of two volumes by experts on the Balkan region offers a concise breakdown of the indigenous forces involved in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo and Macedonia.

Biographical Note

Dr Nigel Thomas is an accomplished linguist and military historian. His interests include 20th century military and civil uniformed organizations, with a special interest in Central and Eastern Europe. He was recently awarded a PhD on the Eastern Enlargement of NATO. Krunoslav Mikulan MA is a Lecturer at the Teacher Training College in Croatia. He is the author and co-author of books on the Croatian police and on the Croatian forces in World War II; and is the co-author with Nigel Thomas of MAA 282 Axis Forces in Yugoslavia 1941-45.Darko Pavlovic was born in 1959 and currently lives and works in Zagreb, Croatia. A trained architect, he now works as a full-time illustrator and writer, specializing in militaria. Darko has illustrated a number of books for Osprey including Men-at-Arms 282: 'Axis Forces in Yugoslavia 1941-45'.


Historical background Military and political situation in Bosnia, 1992 Bosnian Moslem forces 1992 - militias, territorials and police - formation of Bosnian-Herzegovinian Army - foreign volunteers - W.Bosnian (Bihac) forces Bosnian Serb forces - army and police - militias Bosnian Croat forces - HVO Army - police - HOS militia - foreign volunteers Deployment of UNPROFOR Course of the Bosnian Civil War 1992-95 - deployment of IFOrR, 1995 Situation and armed forces since 1995

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