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In early October, 1990, Colonel Vladimir Jagar, a JNA officer at Virovitica, near
the Hungarian border, contacted JNA counter- intelligence. He reported that
Spegelj had tried to recruit him into a secret network of Croat agents who were ...
The next day, Vasiljevic instructed Jagar to seek an urgent meeting with Spegelj.
Jagar telephoned his old family friend, and told him he had information that he
could not divulge on the telephone. Spegelj told him to come to his house in ...
Only when he saw the film did he realize that he had been betrayed by Jagar.
The camera had been hidden in the television set in Jagar's living room. In
retrospect, Spegelj now remembered that Jagar had, on that night, insisted that
he sit in a ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - rocketjk - LibraryThing
This history by two BBC correspondents does a very good job of presenting the chronology and events of this massive deadly tragedy. The book deftly separates the many different threads of nationalism ... Read full review
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Very enjoyable single volume history of the break up of Yugoslavia. The book is well written and the chapters are logically structured and not too long. The coverage is comprehensive and, in my view, written with very little political or ethnic bias. Read full review
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