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The Rock Stars of 1970's Yugoslavia

Posted without comment ….. except, what the shit was goin’ on in Yugoslavia in the 70’s.

Music

Selection for Tuzla Film Festival 2017

Valerie Wolf Gang’s film Distant Memory was selected as a semi-finalist to Tuzla Film Festival 2017 and will be screened in October at the festival. 163 more words

Valerie Wolf Gang

Cres

CRES CHERSO (It).

Island in the Gulf of Quarnero (Kvanerić), east of Istria. It belonged to medieval Croatia (and so to Hungary after 1102). For a couple of decades in the 14th century it was under Venetian suzerainty, but had returned to Hungary by 1358. 61 more words

France

20/7/1917 The Corfu Declaration: plans for a future Yugoslavia

No country is doing very well out of the war but Serbia is having a worse time of it than most. The Central Powers have… 350 more words

First World War

«War in the Balkans» – the Memoirs of a Portugese Peacekeeper (II)

by Stephen Karganovic, July 9, 2017, Strategic Culture

In his memoir, «War in the Balkans», (1) retired Portuguese general Carlos Martins Branco, who was during the conflict in the Former Yugoslavia in the strategically important post of Deputy Head of Mission of UN Military Observers in Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina (1994-1996), recounts his knowledge of events that took place around Srebrenica in July of 1995. 2,202 more words

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«War in the Balkans» – the Memoirs of a Portugese Peacekeeper (I)

by Stephen Karganovic, July 7, 2914, via Strategic Culture

General Carlos Martins Branco is one of the most fascinating (and until quite recently also inaccessible) actors in the Srebrenica controversy.   2,304 more words

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Did NATO’s Kangaroo Court Poison Milosevic?

(Excerpted from Chapter 15: Yugoslavia Bad, Greater Albania Good: Big Oil & Their Bankers…)

The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) was created at the behest of the US and received its funding and direction from its NATO sponsors. 1,289 more words

Dean Henderson