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Balkan Battlegrounds: A Military History of the Yugoslav Conflict, 1990-1995

Central Intelligence Agency, Office of Russian and European Analysis, 2002 - Bosnia and Hercegovina 0 Reviews Balkan Battlegrounds provides a military history of the conflict in the former Yugoslavia between 1990 and 1995. It was produced by two military analysts in the Central Intelligence agency who tracked military developments in the region throughout this period and then applied their experience to producing an unclassified treatise for general use ... Preview this book »

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Contents

Chronology of Significant Events 19911995 1 Introduction Slovenia 19901991 41 1990 The Origins of the Croatian War 81 The Croatian Pot Boils Over 89 The JNA Serbia and the Croatian War 96 Ending the War The Vance Plan 105 Bosnia Yugoslavias Time Bomb 119 Serbia the JNA and the Bosnian Serbs 127 Seesaw and Stasis The CroatMuslim War 202 Conclusion The End of 1993 207 Bosnia 1994 The Turning Point 217 The Bosnian War in 1994 The Turning Point 219 Bosnian Serb War Aims Military Strategy and 220 Bosnian Government Objectives and Military 223 ZvornikSrebrenica AprilDecember 1992 232 Kladanj May 1994 233

MoreThe Bosnian Croat Militaries HOS and HVO 133 Bosnian Serb War Aims and Military Strategy 1992 140 The VRS Assault on Jajce JulyNovember 1992 147 The Bihac Pocket 1992 148 Battles on the Drina Round One April to 150 Sarajevo 1992 The Siege Begins 152 The Battles for Herzegovina 1992 154 Dress Rehearsal for a New War The 1992 158 Conclusions 160 Bosnia 1993 Neighbor Versus Neighbor Versus Neighbor 177 The Bosnian War in 1993 179 Searching for Peace The VanceOwen and 182 Widening the Serb Corridor Brcko JanuaryJuly 1993 183 Battles on the Drina Round Two December 1992 184 The Siege Continues Sarajevo 1993 186 The Man Who Would Be King Fikret Abdic and 187 Neighbor Fighting Neighbor The CroatMuslim 189 Central Bosnia Afire The HVOs Lasva Valley 191 The Alliance Shattered The Mostar and Herzegovina 194 The ThreeSided War Zepce Zavidovici 196 Zagreb Intervenes To Stem the Tide July 1993 197 The Contest for the Southern Road Bugojno 198 The CroatMuslim War in Herzegovina JuneJuly 1993 200 The Conflict That Wasnt The CroatMuslim Alliance 201 The Battle of Vozuca Ozren Mountains JuneJuly 1994 235 Combined CroatMuslim Operations in WestCentral Bosnia 242 Conclusion 251 Strategy in 1994 255 Brcko July 1993 264 Croatia 19931994 Biding Its Time Building Its Army 265 The New HVDoctrine Training and Force Structure 272 The Bosnian and Croatian Wars in 1995 281 46 Northern Herzegovina 1994 283 The Red Generals Refuse to BowPoliticalMilitary 288 The CroatianSerbian War Begins Again JanuaryJune 1995 295 Mt Bjelasnica Mt Treskavica 1994 298 Livno Valley 2530 July 1995 300 ARBiH 1st and 5th Corps Offensive Operations 304 Mt Treskavica 1995 306 Donji Vakuf 1995 380 EvaluationThe CeaseFire Agreement and the Final 391 The Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 1990 413 Appendixes 431 Skeleton Order of Battle Yugoslav Peoples Army JNA Strategic 441 E The Organization of the Croatian Army January 1995 447 F The Organization of the Krajina Serb Army January 1995 455 455 H Skeleton Bosnian Army Order of Battle October 1995 469 Croatian Defense Council Order of Battle October 1995 481

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Title Balkan Battlegrounds: A Military History of the Yugoslav Conflict, 1990-1995
Volume 1 of Balkan Battlegrounds: A Military History of the Yugoslav Conflict, United States. Central Intelligence Agency Contributor United States. Central Intelligence Agency Publisher Central Intelligence Agency, Office of Russian and European Analysis, 2002 &nbsp &nbsp Export Citation BiBTeX EndNote RefMan About Google Books - Privacy Policy - Terms of Service - Information for Publishers - Report an issue - Help - Google Home