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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.



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.



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



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. 




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



Various authors: Book reviews published in NSF, 106 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,



Ivo Lučić: What Does National Security Stand for in Bosnia and Herzegovina?, 42 Kb

A brief description of the B & H internal situation, as of 2000., with a reading list appended



Davor Domazet-Lošo: How Aggression Against Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina Was Prepared or the Transformation of the JNA into a Serbian Imperial Force, 517 Kb

A detailed analysis, replete with maps and figures, of the process that transformed Yugoslav People's Army into the force of Serbian expansionist aggression. Originally at NSF,



GREATER SERBIA: from Ideology to Aggression, 407 Kb

A compendium of basic texts defining the Greater Serbia ideology, from the 1st half of the 19th century to the end of the 20th. Originally at CIC,



1990-1992, 782 Kb

A scholarly analysis of various stages of JNA aggression on the Republic of Croatia. German language summary added.



Miroslav Tuđman: New European Values and Small Nations, 86 Kb

A succinct & articulate analysis of both the EU failure to comprehend reasons for the disintegration of Yugoslavia and the dominant globalism paradigm as an inadequate explanatory matrix & security strategy  



An International Symposium: SOUTHEASTERN EUROPE 1918-1995, 1.2 Mb

A symposium covering many economical-political-historical topics in the area of former Yugoslavia: the status of Hungarians and Germans in ex-Yugoslavia, land reform and colonization as weapons in ethnic boundaries redrawing, conflicting national policies in Montenegro, Vojvodina etc. The document originally from Croatian Information Centre,



Ivo Lučić: Evolution and Condition of the Elites in Bosnia-Herzegovina – A Personal View, 159 Kb

Historical overview of various ruling elites in Bosnia and Herzegovina from the medieval period to the modern times, the stress being on the post-communist ones that shaped B & H structure from the 1990s on



Steven Oluic: Radical Islam on Europe’s Frontier -Bosnia & Herzegovina, 2.7 Mb

A US Military Academy lecturer's study on successes and failures of the mujahedeen & Al Qaeda to establish their presence among the Bosnian Muslim community, especially during the Bosnia war and after 9/11 events. Originally at NSF,



Ivo Lučić: Bosnia and Herzegovina and Terrorism, 209 Kb

Article on the terrorism-support activities in former Yugoslavia & its continuation, in altered forms, occuring in the contemporary Bosnia and Herzegovina




Group of authors: Dossier- Crimes of Muslim units against the Croats in BiH 1992.-1994., 13.1 Mb

A scanned book on Muslim Army of BiH atrocities committed against Croat civilians and Croatian POWs. Also available at the English version of the Website



Ksenija Turković: Historians in Search for Truth about Conflicts in the Territory of Former Yugoslavia as Expert Witnesses in front of the ICTY, 493 Kb

A Zagreb Law school professor's analysis on the role of the ICTY expert witnesses, mostly historians, and their usefulness or uselessness in the legal procedure of the kind practiced at the ICTY. In Croatian and English



James J. Sadkovich : Franjo Tuđman and the Muslim -Croat War of 1993* , 325 Kb

A historian from Leiden, the Netherlands, analysis of numerous fallacies & misinformation surrounding Muslim-Croat war 1993.-1994. in Bosnia & Herzegovina. From Review of Croatian History,; some other author's studies can be found at



Alija Izetbegović: The Islamic Declaration, 6.39 Mb

Bosnian Muslims leader's political credo. Also available at English section of



A. Mijatović and I. Bekavac: THE CROATS: fourteen centuries of perseverance, 3.35 Mb

An excellent overview of the Croatian history from the 7th to the end of the 20th century, with special emphasis on the Bosnia & Herzegovina ethnic/national conflict in the last decade of the 2nd millennium and the first one in the 3rd. Packed with maps, tableaux and illustrations; originally at the Croatian National Congress site,



Davor Marijan: The War in Bosnia and Herzegovina Or the Unacceptable Lightness of “Historicism”, 163 Kb

From the abstract: The author in this study does not intend to provide a comprehensive account of the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in part because the current level of research does not enable this. The only way to understand this conflict is through facts, not prejudices. However, such prejudices are particularly acute amongst Muslim-Bosniac authors. They base their claims on the notion that Serbs and Croats are the destroyers of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and that both are equally culpable in its destruction. Relying on mainly unpublished and uncited documents from the three constitutive nations of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the author factually challenges basic and generally accepted claims.  







Ćiro Raič & Hercegovina, 792 Kb

A photo monograph of Herzegovina, from prehistory to the Ottoman era. Originally at Croatian Information Centre



Folia Croatica-Canadiana, 3.5 Mb

A comprehensive survey of the Croatian language history, written by pre-eminent Croatian linguists and historians



Branko Franolić: The Croatian Language Today, 110 Kb

The distinguished professor's lecture on the Croatian language, its central traits and basic differences from similar South Slavic languages, held at the Cambridge University



Mario Grčević: Some remarks on recent lexical changes in the Croatian language, 106 Kb

An analysis of misinformation on Croatian language planning policy in the 1990s. The author's numerous other texts & articles, mostly in Croatian and German, can be found at    



Croatian cultural heritage, 14.3 Mb

Excellent presentation of Croatia's visual arts heritage, from early medieval period to the present








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