Serbia's war on Croatia

October 1991
America;10/5/1991, Vol. 165 Issue 9, p211
Editorial. States that Serbia's war on Croatia is an unjust land-grab and an attempt to subjugate the newly democratic country. Serbian minority living in Croatia; February 11, 1991 letter from Yugoslavian Catholic bishops; Statements by Cardinal Franjo Kuharic of Zagreb and Patriarch Paul of the Serbian Orthodox Church; Why we hear so little about invasion of Croatia; Role of Europe, United Nations and United States in seeking a solution.


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