COMMENT Slobodan Praljak Lieutenant General of Croatian Army

How could have I thought, then, at the end of 1991 on the battlefields in Croatia that the aggressor, Serbian JNA, should have been disarmed in the blocked army camps, soldiers and officers freed to return to their homes, with only their personal weapons, and the rest of the weapons – national, purchased also with my money, RETAINED – because, for God’s sake, we needed something to respond with to an enormous number of shells dropped on us as gifts on daily basis.

I’m ignorant, stupid, naive, whatever you want, the choice is yours.

How could such a man understand the pressure of people, prudent, smart, experienced, intelligent people, internationally relevant people, pressure on Croatia to let these weapons pass and enter BiH, because, well, there it will bring peace and stability, and Serbs don’t have any territorial claims there, all nationalities love each other, as well as all individuals, men and women.

Alija Izetbegović had the same opinion, God forgive him.

Now I understand that all of this was also my plan, to initiate the full blown bloody war in BiH in all its glory, and then we “joint criminals” will snatch one piece of this land for ourselves.

I must be so, I do not know. I’m stupid and ignorant.

 

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DOCUMENT D-13

 

“The Geneva Agreement” on the withdrawal of JNA from Croatia (Geneva, 23rd November 1991)*

a) Croatia will immediately end the blockade of all the barracks and facilities of JNA in Croatia;

b) JNA will immediately start the withdrawal from Croatia of the manpower, weapons and military equipment from the above barracks and facilities, and complete the process of withdrawal in accordance with the existing mutually agreed schedule;

c) both sides will immediately order to all the units under their command, control or political influence to observe the unconditional ceasefire, starting from tomorrow, 24th November, and will see to it that the paramilitary units which are not under their command, control or political influence, also observe the ceasefire starting from this date;

d) both sides will facilitate the delivery of humanitarian aid to persons who suffered in recent clashes.

Lord Carrington will see to it to secure that the international Observer Mission does all in its power and competencies that the ceasefire lasts.

Geneva, Switzerland, 23rd November 1991

Signed:

Dr. Franjo Tuđman, President of the Republic of Croatia

Slobodan Milošević, President of the Republic of Serbia

general Veljko Kadijević, Federal Minister of Defence

Cyrus Vance, special envoy of the UN Secretary General

 

 

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DOCUMENT  D-14a D-14b

 

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COMMENT Slobodan Praljak Lieutenant General of Croatian Army  NO COMMENT!

DOCUMENT D-15

GREATER SERBIA ACCORDING TO THE CHETNIK IDEOLOGIST STEVAN MOLJEVIĆ‘S PROJECT (30th JUNE 1941)

 

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COMMENT Slobodan Praljak Lieutenant General of Croatian Army  NO COMMENT!

 

 

 

4. INITIAL GENERAL IDEA OF THE AGGRESSION AGAINST CROATIA AND SLOVENIA

 

5. PLAN OF ATTACK ON CROATIA AFTER RETREAT OF JNA FORCES FROM SLOVENIA (VII/1991)

 

6. MILITARY-POLITICAL SITUATION IN CROATIA DECEMBER 1991 – JANUARY 1992

 

7. ZONES OF SERBIAN ARMED REBELLION IN CROATIA

 

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DOCUMENT D-16

Occupied territory of the Republic of Croatia

– cities in a war zone

– no economic or tourist activities

 

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DOCUMENT D-17

Simulation of statistical data if JNA and Serbia had attacked France or USA instead of Croatia

– Selected statistical data and simulation based on the data comparison–

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Croatia – Selected statistical data and simulation based on analyzed percentage ratio for USA and France

 

 

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DOCUMENT D-18

 

 

 

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DOCUMENT D-19

 

 

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DOCUMENT D-20

 

 

HRVATSKI PRIJEVOD

Priručnik General-pukovnik Slobodan Praljak : 8. ORUŽJE U BiH

 

IZVOR

 

Za portal priredio Daran Bašić/Herceg Bosna – Hrvatsko nebo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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