Fire sale

Husarska, Anna
December 1991
New Republic;12/23/91 - 12/30/91, Vol. 205 Issue 26/27, p13
Describes the resettlement by Serbia of Serbs into Croatian territory and empty houses left by Croats who were forced to flee those parts of Croatia which were seized by the Yugoslav National Army. Reference to Serbian reorganization of Croatia as a form of colonization by newspapers in Belgrade; Experiences of some of the families that have been relocated; Statistical information on displaced people with Yugoslav passports; Outrage provoked by the Serbian resettlement plan among intellectuals in Belgrade; Description of Baranja and the villages around Beli Manastir which are the main host areas for the colonization.


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