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Vladimir Žerjavić: YUGOSLAVIA: MANIPULATIONS WITH THE NUMBER OF SECOND WORLD WAR VICTIMS, 215 Kb

Reviews of historical & political books authored by various Bosnian Muslim and Croat writers (Borogovac, Muslimović, Ančić, Šiber, Imamović) giving conflicting views on both early and recent history of Bosnia and Herzegovina Originally at NSF, http://www.nsf-journal.hr/issues/index.htm
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Vladimir Žerjavić: YUGOSLAVIA: MANIPULATIONS WITH THE NUMBER OF SECOND WORLD WAR VICTIMS, 215 Kb

Reviews of historical & political books authored by various Bosnian Muslim and Croat writers (Borogovac, Muslimović, Ančić, Šiber, Imamović) giving conflicting views on both early and recent history of Bosnia and Herzegovina Originally at NSF, http://www.nsf-journal.hr/issues/index.htm
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Vladimir Žerjavić: YUGOSLAVIA: MANIPULATIONS WITH THE NUMBER OF SECOND WORLD WAR VICTIMS, 215 Kb

Groundbreaking work which, along with Serbian statistician Kočović's study, broke the taboo of the number of 2nd World War victims inflated figures that had been frequently misused for political manipulation purposes.
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Ivo Lučić: Security and Intelligence Services in Bosnia and Herzegovina, 149 Kb

The author chronicles the history of the security-intelligence system of Bosnia and Herzegovina. He deals with the beginnings of the services'activities, the laws and regulations passed during the past 55 years, and the key political processes and events which influenced the development of the security-intelligence system and society as a whole. He also discusses the conditions and background under which the socialist security system collapsed at the onset of the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and explains how the new service emerged.
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Dominik Mandić: Croats & Serbs: Two Old And Different Nations, 1.1 Mb

A book on, predominantly, ancient and medieval Croatian and Serbian histories by renowned Croatian Franciscan historian, available on the translator Vicko Rendic's page http://www.magma.ca/~rendic/index.htm
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Mladen Ančić: Society, Ethnicity, and Politics in Bosnia-Herzegovina, 256 Kb

In this article the author presents social structures, ethnic identities and political relations in Bosnia and Herzegovina and their repercussions on the formation of modern national identites in that country. He also tries to ascertain roots of conflict between Bosnian Croats and Muslims.
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Davor Marijan: Expert Opinion: On the War Connections of Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina (1991 – 1995), 340 Kb

The author has analyzed Muslim/Bosniak-Croat relations during the Croatianand Bosnian wars. This article was translated in English by the official ICTY translators.
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Zenica

Busovaca, Kiseljak, Zenica, and Elsewhere Although the principal objectives of the April, 1993, Muslim offensive-the SPS explosives factory, OZCB headquarters, and the vital Travnik-Kaonik road-were in the Vitez area, the attack extended, as HVO intelligence officer Ivica Zeko predicted, to the Busovaca, Kiseljak, and Zenica areas. Elsewhere-in Travnik, Novi Travnik, Zepce, and Vares-the ABiH elected to avoid an all-out attack in order to concentrate their forces in the critical Vitez-Busovaca-Kiseljak-Zenica area.
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Zavidovici

According to the official results of the 1991 census, the Zavidovici district had 57,153 residents: 7,519 Croats (13,2%) 34,341 Moslems (60,1%) 11,637 Serbs (20,4%) 3,656 others (6,3%)
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Vitez

According to the official results of the 1991 census, the Vitez district had 27,728 residents: 12,679 Croats (45,7%) 11,471 Moslems (41,4%) 1,502 Serbs (5,4%) 2,076 others (7,5%)
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Vares

According to the official results of the 1991 census, the Vares district had 22,114 residents: 8,982 Croats (40,6%) 6,721 Moslems (30,4%) 3,630 Serbs (16,4%) 2,781 others (12,6%)
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Gornji Vakuf - Uskoplje

According to the official results of the 1991 census, the Gornji Vakuf district had 25,130 residents: 10,709 Croats (42,6%) 14,086 Moslems (56,1%) 106 Serbs (0,4%) 229 others (0,9%)
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Travnik

According to the official results of the 1991 census, the Travnik district had 70,402 residents: 26,008 Croats (36,9%) 31,862 Moslems (45,3%) 7,751 Serbs (11,0%) 4,781 others (6,8%)
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Tesanj

According to the official results of the 1991 census, the Tesanj district had 48,390 residents: 8,952 Croats (18,5%) 34,938 Moslems (72,2%) 2,078 Serbs (6,4%) 1,422 others (2,9%)
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Sanski Most

According to the official results of the 1991 census, the Sanski Most district had 60,119 residents: 4,267 Croats (7,1%) 28,285 Moslems (47,2%) 25,372 Serbs (42,2%) 2,195 others (3,7%)
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