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THE DEATH OF YUGOSLAVIA, Television Documentary Archive (1941, 1985-1996)

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DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 1 Transcript of television documentary The Death of Yugoslavia, 1995


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1995 Nov 2

Programme script for the television documentary The death of Yugoslavia, Programme 1: Enter nationalism, including picture, commentary, and subtitle information, relating to events leading up to the disintegration of the Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia including the rise of Serbian and Slovenian nationalism, demonstrations in Kosovo (1987). 41pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 1/2

1995 Sep 26

Programme script for the television documentary The death of Yugoslavia, Programme 2: The road to war, including picture, commentary, and subtitle information, relating to the elections in Croatia (May 1990), the Serbian nationalism within Croatia and the Knin rebellion (1990), importing arms for the Croatian militia, and Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic's manoeuvres to gain control of the Yugoslav Federal army. 57pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 1/3

1995

Programme script for the television documentary The death of Yugoslavia, Programme 3: Wars of independence including picture, commentary, and subtitle information, relating to Croatia, its cessation from Yugoslavia, conflict between Croats and Serbs, the Carrington plan for a Yugoslav constitutional settlement, and the fall of Vukovar to Serb forces (1991). 47pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 1/4

1995

Programme script for the television documentary The death of Yugoslavia, Programme 4: The gates of hell, including picture, commentary, and subtitle information, which focussed on the conflict in Bosnia-Herzegovina between Muslim, Serb and Croats including the ethnic cleansing of Zvornik, and the Serb attack on Sarajevo, the detention and release of Bosnian President Alija Izetbegovic (1992). 46pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 1/5

1995

Programme script for the television documentary The death of Yugoslavia, Programme 5: A safe area including picture, commentary, and subtitle information, relating to events in Bosnia and the role of the United Nations (UN) and the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO), including UN Resolution 819 on the 'safe area' of Srebrenca, the Vance-Owen Plan for the divison of Bosnia, fighting between Bosnian Croats and Bosnian Muslims; the deployment of Russian troops around Sarajevo, and the lead up to NATO bombing campaign (1993-1994). 45pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 2 Documentary programme videocassettes, 1995


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 2/1

1995

One VHS (Vertical Helix Scan) video cassette of the television documentary The death of Yugoslavia, Programme 1: Enter nationalism, broadcast on 3 Sep 1995. 50 minutes


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 2/2

1995

VHS (Vertical Helix Scan) video cassette of the television documentary The death of Yugoslavia, Programme 2: The road to war, broadcast on 10 Sep 1995. 50 minutes


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 2/3

1995

One VHS (Vertical Helix Scan) video cassette of the television documentary The death of Yugoslavia, Programme 3: Wars of independence, broadcast Sep 1995. 50 minutes


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 2/4

1995

One VHS (Vertical Helix Scan) video cassette of The death of Yugoslavia, Programme 4: The gates of hell, broadcast Sep 1995. 50 minutes


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 2/5

1995

One VHS (Vertical Helix Scan) video cassette of The death of Yugoslavia, Programme 5: A safe area, broadcast Oct 1995. 50 minutes


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3 Complete transcripts of interviews, 1994-1995


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/1

1994 Apr 16

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Fikret Abdic, leader in the 'Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia' in the Muslim populated Bihac region of Bosnia, and member of the Party for Democratic Action (SDA), describing his role in the Bosnian Presidency following the first plural elections (1990); his peace initiatives; the declaration of the Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia (27 Sep 1993); and the opposition of Alija Izetbegovic, Bosnian President 1990-1996. 13pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/2

1994 Oct 19

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Gen Milan Aksentijevic, Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA), describing his role in the JNA stationed in Slovenia and then Bosnia, including the arrest of Janez Jansa, Ivan Borstner and David Tasic in relation to publication in Mladina of sensitive army information (1988); the growth of anti-army feeling in Slovenia; JNA attempt to occupy Yugoslav border posts following Slovenian secession (Jun 1991); the propaganda war; his arrest (Sep 1991); his posting to Bosnia; role in negotiating release of President Izetbegovic held by the JNA (May 1992); his contact with Gen Lewis MacKenzie, UNPROFOR; and the visit of Rt Hon Peter Alexander Rupert Carington, 6th Baron Carrington (Lord Carrington), European Community peace envoy 1991-1992, to Sarajevo (23 Apr 1992). 39pp


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[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of interview with Diego Arria, Ambassador to the United Nations from Venezuela, President of the UN Security Council, 1992 and head of the Special Mission to the former Yugoslavia, describing the role of the United Nations in the conflict in Bosnia, and commenting on the actions of Gen Phillipe Morillon, Commander of UN forces in Bosnia 1992-1993, in Srebrenica, (Mar 1993); the debate of the UN resolution declaring 'safe areas' in Bosnia and his visit to Bosnia (Apr 1993). 12pp


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[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Zarko Jokanovic and Tihomar Arsic, Belgrade University students (1991), describing their involvement in the anti-government demonstrations in Belgrade, Mar 1991, including the address by Serbian nationalist opposition leader, Vuk Draskovic, police attack on demonstrators, and the student delegation meeting with Slobodan Milosevic, President of Serbia 1989-1992 (Mar 1991). 12pp


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[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Milan Babic, leader of Krajina Serbs, describing the reaction of the Krajina Serbs to the Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) campaign in the Croatian election (Apr 1990); conflict over the use of Croatian checkerboard insignia on police uniforms; declaration of 'Autonomous region of Krajina' meeting with Borisav Jovic, President of the Yugoslav Collective Presidency 1990-1991, and Gen Petar Gracanin, Yugoslav Federal Interior Minster, in Belgrade (12 Aug 1990); Croat police plans to attack Knin (Aug 1991), and the Krajina Serbs rejection of the Vance Plan at meetings with the Yugoslav Collective Presidency (1992). 27pp


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[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Igor Bavcar, Slovenian Deputy Defence Minister, later Minister for Internal Affairs Slovenian Republic, describing events leading up to the declaration of Slovenian independence (Jun 1991) including, the arrest of Janez Jansa, Slovene journalist, and organisation of protest rallies in response to the arrest (1988); views on Serbian intervention in the Kosovo dispute; preparations for Slovene independence and tactics of the Slovene forces against the Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA) (Jun-Jul 1991); and the visit of Hans Dietrich Genscher, German Foreign Minister, to Slovenia (Jul 1991).10pp


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[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Bogic Bogicevic, Bosnian Serb and Bosnia-Herzegovina representative on Yugoslav Collective Presidency from 1990, describing debates of the Collective Presidency, including the release of the 'Spegelj film' purporting to show illegal Croatian arms imports (Jan 1991). Also comments on his role during the demonstrations in Belgrade, (9Mar 1990); and the resignation of Borisav Jovic as Yugoslav Head of State (Mar 1991). 10pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/8

1994 Oct 12

Transcript of filmed interview with Dragoslav Bokan, Serb paramilitary leader from Belgrade commenting on his involvement in Croatian Serbs fighting against the Croats in Croatia and the withdrawal of the Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA) from the western Slavonia region of Croatia; his activities supporting Serb forces in Bosnia and the participation of volunteers from Serbia. Also comments on Serbian worldview. 17pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/9

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of interview with Josip Boljkovac, first Interior Minister of independent Croatia (1991), describing his role in the recruitment of Croatian police; illegal arming the police force and the role of Martin Spegelj, Croatian Defence Minister (1991); the reports of the clashes between Serbs and Croat police at Borovo Selo (May 1991) and the death of Josip Reihl-Kir, Regional police chief, Osijek. 24pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/10

1994 Oct 7

Transcript of filmed interview with Momir Bulatovic, Montenegro Communist Party Chief, later President of Republic of Montenegro, 1990-1998, describing his role in chairing the Fourteenth Yugoslav Communist Party Congress debate on the secession of Slovenia from Yugoslavia (2-23 Jan 1990); Montenegrin response to the Carrington plan for a Yugoslav constitutional settlement, discussed in the Hague (Oct 1991); negotiation of the Vance-Owen plan for the divison of Bosnia, signed by Radovan Karadzic, Bosnian Serb leader and President of Republika Srpska, (May 1993), and the threat of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) intervention; attack on Gorazde, Bosnia by Serbian forces (Apr 1994). 32pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/11

1995 Jan 4

Typescript transcript of interview with Rt Hon Peter Alexander Rupert Carington, 6th Baron Carrington (Lord Carrington), Chairman of the European Community (EC) peace envoy and chairman of the EC conference on Yugoslavia 1991-1992, describing the negotiations between the Yugoslav republics concerning plans for Yugoslav federation and independence for Slovenia and Croatia, including discussion concerning EC recognition of Croatia, the German position and the implications for Bosnia (1991); his visit to Sarajevo (Apr 1992), the proposed Cutileiro plan for Bosnia. 21pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/12

1995 Apr

Typescript transcript of interview with Vitali Churkin, Russia's special envoy to the former Yugoslavia, 1993-1994, describing his involvement in negotiations between Serbia and Bosnia including the Vance-Owen plan for the divison of Bosnia (1993), the Contact Group plan, Russian President Boris Yeltsin's letter to the Bosnian Serbs, threats of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) air strikes around Gorazde, Bosnia (Apr 1994). 34pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/13

1995 Mar

Typescript transcript of interview with Dobrica Cosic, Serb nationalist writer, President of Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 1992-1993, discussing his decision to stand for President of Yugoslavia, his participation in Yugoslav opposition groups (1950s-1980s) and Serb nationalism. Also comments on his opposition to the Vance-Owen plan for the divison of Bosnia and the vote against it at the Bosnian Serb assembly, Pale (1993); and threats of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) air-strikes. 32pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/14

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Transcript of filmed interview with Jovan Cvetkovic, Mayor of Svetozarevo, describing his visit to Belgrade and meeting with the Mayors of Serbia and Slobodan Milosevic, Serbian President 1989-1992 (16 Mar 1991). Also comments on Jovic's resignation as Yugoslav President, the anti-government demonstrations in Terazije, Belgrade (9 Mar 1991), and his visit to Vukovar, Croatia, following the Serb victory there [Nov 1991]. 11pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/15

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Transcript of translated extracts of filmed interview with Gianni De Michelis, Italian Foreign Minister 1989-1992, discussing the response of the European Council of Foreign Ministers to Slovenia's secession from Yugoslavia including the visit of the European Community troika of Foreign Ministers (Hans van den Broek, Dutch Foreign Minister, Jacques Poos, Luxembourg Foreign Minister and Gianni de Michelis, Italian Foreign Minister, who were Foreign Ministers of the states holding the past, present and future incumbency as President of the European Council) to Zagreb (Jun 1991). Also comments on the role of Montenegro in the Yugoslav Collective Presidency and Montenegrin plans for economic development (1991). 6pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/16

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Mile-Jastreb Dedakovic, Croatian commander of Vukovar, describing the Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA) plans to attack Vukovar, his appointment as commander of the Croatian forces in Vukovar (Aug 1991), the lack of equipment of his forces, the difficulties of the siege and atrocities of Serbs forces following Vukovar's fall [Nov] 1991. 19pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/17

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Slavko Degoricija, prominent Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) official, Local Government Minister and Deputy Interior Minister, describing Croatian politics, including his political strategy and victory in the Croatian elections (May 1990), and appointment as Croatian Deputy Minister for the Interior; fighting between Serb forces and Croat police at Pakrac, Croatia (Feb 1991); the role of the Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA) and his contact with Andrija Raseta, Deputy Commander of the JNA Fifth Army District. 18pp


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1994 Oct 1

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Serbian Gen Jovan Divjak, Deputy Commander, Bosnian Army, describing the establishment of the Bosnian Territorial Defence forces, and their role in defending Sarajevo, Bosnia, from Serb forces (1992). Also comments on the detention of Alija Izetbegovic, Bosnian President, by Serb forces in Lukavica and the negotiation of his release (May 1992); various meetings with Lt Gen Michael Rose, Commander UN troops in Bosnia 1994-1995, and discussions of withdrawal of Serb heavy weapons from around Sarajevo (Feb 1994). 29pp


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[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Slobodan Djukic, Mayor of Valjevo, Serbia, describing the meeting of Serbian Mayors with Slobodan Milosevic, Serbian President 1989-1992, following the resignation of Yugoslav President Jovic, 16 Mar 1991. 7pp


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[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Raif Dizdarevic, President of Yugoslav Collective Presidency 1988-1989, and Bosnia-Herzegovina representative on the Collective Presidency until 1990, describing the growth of opposition to the Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA) within Slovenia and articles relating to this published in Mladina (1988); unrest in Kosovo including the declaration of a State of Emergency, and the Trepca miners strike in Kosovo (Feb 1989), and demonstrations in Belgrade (Mar 1989). 26pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/21

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of interview with Janez Drnovsek, Slovene representative on the Yugoslav Collective Presidency, and Prime Minister of Slovenia 1992-2000, describing the meetings of the Collective Presidency which discussed Slovenian independence (Mar 1991); the 'Spegelj film' purported evidence of illegal arms importing to Croatia (Jan 1991); the role of the Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA) in Slovenia and their plans to disarm the Territorial Defence Force (TO) (1990). 12pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/22

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Murat Efendic, Bosnian from Srebrenica, resident in Sarajevo for duration of the war, describing the partition of the region of Srebrenica between Bosnian and Serb forces (Apr 1992); his role in communicating events in Srebrenica to the outside world (1992); and the visit of Gen Phillipe Morillon, Commander of UN forces in Bosnia, to Srebrenica (Mar 1993). 9pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/23

1994 Oct 26

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Peter Galbraith, US Ambassador to Croatia 1993-1998, discussing US policy on Croatian independence and its implications for Bosnia, the conflict between Bosnian Croats and Bosnian Muslims and atrocities against the Muslims (1992-1993). Also comments on the negotiations of an alliance between Croats and Muslims, in Washington, facilitated by Charles Redman, US Special Envoy 1993-1994 and Victor Jackovich, US Ambassador to Bosnia-Herzegovina 1992-1995, (Feb 1994). 15pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/24

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Ejup Ganic, Leader of Party for Democratic Action (SDA) in Bosnia-Herzegovina, describing the role of the Serbs in the government of Bosnia and the influence of Slobodan Milosevic and Radovan Karadzic, Bosnian Serb leader and President of Republika Srpska; the actions of the Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA) against Sarajevo; response of the West to the Serb forces attacks on Muslims at Bijeljina and Foca; the detention and release of Izetbegovic, Bosnian President, and Ganic's role in the negotiations. Also comments on the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) and United Nations (UN) policy, and response to attacks on Sarajevo. 29pp


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[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of interview with Hans Dietrich Genscher, German Foreign Minister 1982-1992, discussing the European Community policy and negotiations relating to recognition of Slovenian and Croatian independence (Dec 1991). 10pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/26

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Gen Petar Gracanin, Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA), Serbian President 1988-1989, Yugoslav Federal Interior Minister (1990], discussing the activities of Albanian separatists in Kosovo (1980s); Milosevic's plans for a unified Serbia, amendments to the 1974 (Yugoslav) Constitution; Serb demonstrations in Belgrade (Mar 1989); Croatian and Slovenian moves towards independence, including events of the Fourteenth Extraordinary Congress of the Yugoslav Communist Party, abandoned by the Slovenian members protesting opposition to their constitutional reforms (Jan 1990); conflict between Croat militia and Serbs at Knin, Pakrac and Borovo Selo (1991); role of the European Community in recognising independence Slovenia and Croatia (1991-1992). 53pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/27

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Mate Granic Croatian Foreign Minister, 1993-2000, describing the blockade of Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA) barracks in Croatia and negotiations for its end Sep-Nov 1991; the relationship between Croatia and Bosnia; Croat and Muslim detention camps in Bosnia and the Croat government response to humanitarian concerns (1992); relationship between Bosnian Muslims and Bosnian Croats, and events leading up to the Washington Agreement (Feb 1994). 18pp


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[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of interview with Sefer Halilovic, First Commander of the Bosnian Army, describing events in Bosnia including the establishment of the Patriotic League for the Defence of Bosnia Herzegovina and Bosnian Muslims (Sep 1991); initial attacks on Sarajevo (Apr 1992) and the blockade of Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA) Sarajevo barracks; the detention of Alija Izetbegovic, Bosnian President, by the JNA, and the role of United Nations Protection Force (UNPROFOR) in negotiations for his release (May 1992); Bosnian relations with the Croatian Council of Defence (HVO); his involvement in negotiations with Gen Ratko Mladic, Commander, Bosnian Serb Army, and Gen Phillipe Morillon concerning the demilitarisation of Srebrenica (Apr 1993). 17pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/29

1995 Jul 21

Typescript transcript of interview with Sir David Hannay, British Ambassador to the United Nations (UN) 1990-1995, describing the role of the UN in Bosnia including the declaration of 'safe areas' for Bosnian refugees in Srebrenica and Gorazde, and the specific wording of UN Resolution 836 (1993), the UN and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) response to the bomb in Sarajevo's market place (Feb 1994). Also comments on the actions of Gen Philipe Morillon, UNPROFOR commander in Bosnia, in Srebrenica (Mar-Apr 1993). 19pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/30

1995 Apr 11

Typescript transcript of interview with Larry Hollingworth, United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) Officer in Bosnia, describing the difficulties experienced by the UNHCR aid convoys in reaching refugees surrounded by Serb forces at Srebrenica, Gorazde and Banjaluka; the role of Gen Phillipe Morillon, UNPROFOR commander in Bosnia, and his visit to Srebrenica (Apr 1993); the plight of refugees in Bosnia and the UN response to Serb ethnic cleansing. 49pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/31

1995 Jul 20

Typescript transcript of interview with Douglas Hurd, British Foreign Secretary 1989-1995, describing British policy on the Yugoslav conflict in particular their response to US attempts to lift the arms embargo on the Bosnian Croat and Bosnian Muslim forces, and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) air strikes. Also comments on the role of the United Nations Protection Force (UNPROFOR) and the designation of 'safe areas' for refugees in Bosnia; and meetings involving Warren Christopher, US Secretary of State 1993-1997, Andrei Kozyrev, Russian Foreign Minister 1990-1996, Radovan Karadzic, Bosnian Serb leader and President of Republika Srpska - a break-away Serb state in Bosnia, and Slobodan Milosevic, President of Serbia 1991-1997, (May 1993]. 29pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/32

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Alija Izetbegovic, Bosnian Muslim, founding leader of Party for Democratic Action (SDA), and President of Bosnia Herzegovina 1990-1998, describing events leading up to the conflict in Bosnia between Bosnian Muslims and Bosnian Serbs, including Radovan Karadzic's anti-Muslim statements (Oct 1991); the establishment of the Patriotic League (Sep 1991); (1991); the referendum on Bosnian independence (1992); role of Rt Hon Peter Alexander Rupert Carington, 6th Baron Carrington (Lord Carrington), European Community peace envoy 1991-1992; reports of Serb attacks on Bijeljina and Bosanski Brod; and being detained by the JNA in Lukovica, and exchange for Gen Milutin Kukanjac (May 1992). 17 pp, incomplete transcript


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/33

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Janez Jansa, Slovene journalist and opposition activist, later Slovenian Defence Minister 1990-1994, describing his arrest by Slovene police and interrogation by the Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA) officers including Col Aleksander Vasiljevic (May 1988); and the activities of the JNA in Slovenia following its declaration of independence (June 1991). 11pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/34

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of interview with Vladislav Jovanovic, Serbian Foreign Minister 1991-1993, and Yugoslavia Foreign Minister 1992, 1993-1995, describing the reaction of Serbia and Radovan Karadzic to the Vance-Owen plan for a territorial settlement to conflict in Bosnia, and the rejection of the plan by the parliament of Srpska Republika, a break-away Serb state in Bosnia, (May 1993); role of Vitaly Churkin, Russian envoy to Yugoslavia 1994-1995, and Andrei Kozyrev, Russian Foreign Minister 1990-1996, in the Bosnian peace negotiations; and the role of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) and the United Nations (UN) in Bosnian. 35pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/35

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Borislav Jovic, Serbian representative to Yugoslavia and, President of the Yugoslav Collective Presidency 1990-1991, describing the discussions of the Collective Presidency concerning the activities of Albanian separatists in Kosovo, the Trepca miners strikes (Feb 1989) and student demonstration in Belgrade (Mar 1991); Serb nationalism; Slovenian constitutional amendments and events of the Fourteenth Extraordinary Congress of the Yugoslav Communist Party (Jan 1990); activities of the Serbs in the Krajina region of Croatia; illegal imports of arms into Croatia (1990); role of the Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA) in Croatia and Slovenia following their secession from Yugoslavia (1991); the Carrington Plan for a Yugoslav constitutional settlement and Vance Plan for settlement of the conflict in Croatia (1991); and the role of the JNA in Bosnia. 104pp


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1994 Oct 24

Typescript transcript of interview with Perica Juric, Croatia Deputy Police Minister 1990, describing his visit to Knin, Croatia with Josip Boljkovac, Croatia Interior Minister to address ethnic Serb members of the Croatian police force (May 1990); Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA) threats to shoot down Croatian helicopters attempting to reach Knin (Aug 1990); his role assisting Martin Spegelj, Croat Defence Minister, in the acquisition of arms for the Croatian Territorial Defence force (TO) (1990); and the conflict between Croat government forces and Serbs at Pakrac, in the western Slavonia region of Croatia (Feb-Mar 1991). 20pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/37

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Jelko Kacin, Slovene Information Minister [1991-1994], describing the Slovene government response to the Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA) mobilisation following the Slovenian declaration of independence (Jun 1991); the shooting down of JNA helicopters by Slovenian forces (Jun 1991) and the role of the media during this conflict. 13pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/38

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Radovan Karadzic, Bosnian Serb leader, head of Serbian Democratic Party (SDS) from 1990, and President of Republika Srpska, discussing the situation of the Serbs in Bosnia following the secession of Slovenia and Croatia from the Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia (1991); conflict between Serbs and Croats in Bosnia, especially at Posavina; outbreak of fighting in Sarajevo (Apr 1992), and mobilisation of Bosnian Muslim forces (May 1992); the European Community conference at Lisbon attended by Bosnian leaders and discussion of a three way partition of Bosnia [Cutileiro Plan] (Feb 1992); visit of Rt Hon Peter Alexander Rupert Carington, 6th Baron Carrington (Lord Carrington), European Community peace envoy 1991-1992, to Sarajevo (Apr 1992); discussion of the Vance-Owen plan for the divison of Bosnia and events of the Athens Summit (May 1993); the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) ultimatums and bombing of Bosnian Serb positions (1994); visit of Vitaly Churkin, Russian special envoy to former Yugoslavia 1994-1994, to Pale, capital of Srbska Republika, break-away Serb state in Bosnia, (Apr 1994); and relations with Slobodan Milosevic, President of Serbia 1991-1997. 36pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/39

1994 Oct 2

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Stjepan Kljuic, Bosnian Croat member of Bosnian Presidency, describing relations between Bosnia and Croatia, including meetings with Franjo Tudjman, Croatian President 1990-1999, (1993); Bosnian Croat and Bosnian Muslim relations, including the referendum on Bosnian independence (Mar 1992); the detention of Alija Izetbegovic, Bosnian President, by the Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA) and his appointment of Ejup Ganic as his deputy (May 1992). Also comments on conflict between Bosnian Croats and Bosnian Muslims [1992-1994]. 19pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/40

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of interview with Professor Nikola Koljevic, Vice President Republika Srpska (1992-1995), describing the conflict in Bosnia including relations between Bosnian Serbs and Bosnian Muslims, the rejecting Bosnian Serb peace overtures by Alija Izetbegovic, Bosnian President (1992); referenda on Bosnian independence (Mar 1992); talks between Bosnian Serbs with Croatians (1993); the role of the media during the conflict and reports of events Foca (Apr 1992); talks with Rt Hon Peter Alexander Rupert Carington, 6th Baron Carrington (Lord Carrington), European Community peace envoy 1991-1992, (1992); his response to presence of Gen Phillipe Morillon, UN Commander, in Srebrenica (Mar 1993); discussion of the Vance-Owen plan for the divison of Bosnia, at the Athens Summit (May 1993); role of Russian in Sarajevo; and territorial divisions discussed with the Contact Group (1994). 38pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/41

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Ivo Komsic, ethnic Croat member of Bosnian Presidency (1993), describing the relationship between Croatia, Bosnian Croats and Bosnian Muslims, including talks between Muslims, Croats and Serbs, in Geneva, Frankfurt and Washington; the response to the Owen-Stoltenberg plans for a territorial division in Bosnia (Sep 1993) and the development of the peace agreement signed in Washington (Feb 1994). Also comments on the role of Mate Boban, Bosnian Croat leader, Alija Izetbegovic, Bosnian President, and Franjo Tudjman, Croatian President, in the negotiations. 21pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/42

1994 Oct 8

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Branko Kostic, Montenegrin representative to Yugoslav Collective Presidency, Yugoslav Vice President 1991, and Acting President of Yugoslavia following President Mesic's resignation and international recognition of independence of Slovenia and Croatia, describing the Collective Presidency discussion of the situation of Serbs in the Krajina region of Croatia; the secession of Slovenia from Yugoslavia (Jun 1991) and the withdrawal of the JNA from Slovenia; the Carrington Plan for a Yugoslav constitutional settlement and meetings in The Hague (Sep-Oct 1991); the role of the European Community troika of Foreign Ministers (Hans van den Broek, Dutch Foreign Minister, Jacques Poos, Luxembourg Foreign Minister and Gianni de Michelis, Italian Foreign Minister, who were Foreign Ministers of the states holding the past, present and future incumbency as President of the European Council) in negotiations to preserve Yugoslavia (1991); the Vance Plan for the settlement of the Croatian conflict (Dec 1991); Bosnian moves towards independence, the role of the Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA) in Bosnia and detention of Bosnian President Alija Izetbegovic, by the JNA (May 1992). 46pp


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1994 Oct 21

Typescript transcript of interview with Momcilo Krajisnik, ethnic Serb speaker of pre–war Bosnian parliament, and Speaker of the Assembly, Republika Srpska, 1991-1996, describing the position of the Bosnian Serbs regarding the outbreak of conflict in Sarajevo following the shooting of a Serb at a wedding (Mar 1992) and negotiations with Bosnian President Alija Izetbegovic (Apr 1992); discussion of the Vance-Owen plan for the divison of Bosnia at the Athens Summit and reasons for Bosnian Serbs to opposition to it (May 1993); negotiations involving Yasushi Akashi concerning Gorazde (Apr 1994); and Bosnian Serb opposition to the Contact Group plan for Bosnian peace settlement. 17pp


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1994 Oct 27

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Zlatko Kramaric, Mayor of Osijek, in the Eastern Slavonia region of Croatia, describing his attempts to find political and negotiated solutions to Serb Croat conflict in his municipality, and his rejection of the 'Spegelj film' and accusations of Croat arms importing as Serb propaganda (Jan 1991). Also comments on the political immaturity of the Croatia during their first elections, and the role of the Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) (May 1990); the response to barricading of villages including Borovo Selo (1991); and the role of Josip Reihl-Kir, Osijek regional Police Chief in calming the conflict and his murder at Tenye (Jul 1991). 30pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/45

1994 Nov 17

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Milan Kucan, Slovene Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party 1986-1990, and Slovene President from 1990, describing events leading up to the secession of Slovenia from the Republic of Yugoslavia (Jun 1991) including, the history of Slovenian separatism and the political context of post-Tito Yugoslavia; the role of the Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA) in Yugoslav politics; the leaking of Communist Party documents to journalist Janez Jansa (1988); the Fourteenth Extraordinary Congress of the Yugoslav Communist Party (Jan 1990), which rejected Slovene constitutional amendments; Slovene talks with Croats concerning independence (1990); the mobilisation of the JNA following Slovenia's declaration of independence (June 1991), and the role of Germany and the European Community in recognising Slovene independence. 37pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/46

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Gen Milutin Kukanjac, Commander Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA) Second Army District based in Sarajevo 1992, describing the conflict in Bosnia including the outbreak of fighting in Sarajevo and the erecting of barricades following the shooting of a Serb at a wedding there (Mar 1992); talks between involving Radovan Karadzic, Bosnian Serb leader and President of Republika Srpska and Alija Izetbegovic, Bosnian President (1992); attacks on the JNA by Bosnian Muslims and Croats, and attack on Kupres by Croatian forces [Nov 1994]; discussions at the Yugoslav Collective Presidency sessions; Bosnian declaration of independence and mobilisation of the Bosnian Territorial Defence Forces (TO) (Apr 1992); visit of Rt Hon Peter Alexander Rupert Carington, 6th Baron Carrington (Lord Carrington), European Community peace envoy 1991-1992, to Sarajevo (23 Apr 1992); the detention of Bosnian President Alija Izetbegovic at Lukavica and negotiation of the evacuation of JNA barracks in Sarajevo involving Gen Lewis MacKenzie, United Nations Protection Force (UNPROFOR) Chief of Staff (May 1992). 37pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/47

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Zlatko Lagumdzija, Bosnian opposition leader and, Bosnian Deputy Prime Minister 1992-1993, describing the attempts to find a peace settlement in Bosnia including talks between the Bosnian political parties; his assessment of the Carrington Plan for a Yugoslav constitutional settlement (Oct 1991) and Cutileiro Plan for division of Bosnia along ethnic lines (Mar 1992); and the talks hosted by the European Community in Lisbon (May 1992). Also comments on the detention of Bosnian President Alija Izetbegovic by the Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA) and negotiations for his release involving Gen Lewis MacKenzie, United Nations Protection Force (UNPROFOR) Chief of Staff, Sarajevo (May 1992). 20pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/48

1995 Jan 9

Typescript transcript of interview with Maj Gen Lewis MacKenzie, Canadian United Nations Protection Force (UNPROFOR) Chief of Staff, Sarajevo 1992, describing the activities at the UN headquarters in Sarajevo, including his involvement in the negotiation for the release of Bosnian President Alija Izetbegovic held by the Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA) and the evacuation of Gen Milutin Kukanjac and his JNA forces from their Sarajevo headquarters, May 1992. 25pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/49

1994 Oct 12

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Adm Branko Mamula, Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA), Yugoslav Defence Minister, 1980-1988, describing the role of the JNA following the death of Marshall Josip Broz Tito (1979), including attempts to deal with inter ethnic conflict within the JNA and its reorganisation (1986), and the effect of the secession of Slovenia on the JNA's role and its ethnic composition. Also comments on the policies of Veljko Kadjevic, his successor as Yugoslav Defence Minister. 36pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/50

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Dr Mirjana Markovic, Belgrade university professor, Founder of Yugoslav United Left (JUL) and wife of Slobodan Milosevic, describing discussions amongst university colleagues concerning economic and political reform in Yugoslavia; the plight of Serbs in Kosovo; the Eighth Session of the Serb Communist Party Central Committee and the ousting of Dragisa Pavlovic's as party leader (23 Sep 1987); the response in Belgrade to the rally at Cankerjev Dom, Ljubljana in support of the Trepca miners strike (Feb 1989); her assessment of events at the Fourteenth Extraordinary Congress of the Yugoslav Communist Party and the implications of the Slovene walk out over its rejection of their constitutional amendments (Jan 1990). Also comments on Gen Veljko Kadjevic's leadership of the Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA) (1988-1992); the formation of the Movement for Yugoslavia (Nov 1990); the Vance-Owen Plan for the divison of Bosnia (1993); Radovan Karadzic's leadership of the Bosnian Serbs; the Contact Group plan for territorial division of Bosnia (Jul 1994); and her own political views. 34pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/51

1994 Oct 14

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Milan Martic, Knin police chief and paramilitary leader and leader of breakaway republic of Serb Krajina, describing the activities of Serb paramilitary organisation in the Krajina, including the dispute between the majority Serb police and the Croat leaders at Knin (Jul 1990), and the arming of the Krajina Serb paramilitary organisation (1990). 13pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/52

1995, May 11

Typescript transcript of interview with José-Maria Mendiluce, United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) official in former Yugoslavia (1991), describing his visit to Zvornik, Bosnia, following ethnic cleansing of the town by Serb forces (April 1992), and commenting on the difficulties face by the UN in Bosnia including the tasks of United Nations Protection Force (UNPROFOR) and UNHCR, the role of Gen Phillipe Morillon, UNPROFOR Commander, their policy of neutrality and of 'safe areas' such as Srebrenica.15pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/53

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of interview with Stipe Mesic Croatian representative to Yugoslav Collective Presidency, last Yugoslav President 1991, Prime Minister of Croatia 1990 and leader of Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ), describing meetings of the Collective Presidency and discussions concerning the arming of paramilitary organisations in Croatia, and commenting on the role of the Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA) in Croatia; the 'Spegelj film' purported evidence of Croatian Defence Minister, Martin Spegelj's involvement in illegal arms importation (Jan 1991); outbreak conflict at Pakrac involving the JNA (1991); discussions between Croatian President, Franjo Tudjman and Serbian President, Slobodan Milosevic, at Karadjordjevo, Serbia, concerning partition of Bosnia-Herzegovina (Mar 1991); JNA attack of Vukovar (Oct 1991); his relationship with Tudjman; fighting between Croats and Bosnian Muslims and their detention camps in Bosnia (1992-1992). 47pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/54

1995 Jul 7

Typescript transcript of interview with Slobodan Milosevic, Chairman of Central Committee of the Serbian League of Communist 1986-1989, President of the Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) 1990, President of Serbia 1989-1992, President of Republic of Serbia 1992-1997, discussing the disintegration of the Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRY) including the conflict in Kosovo between Albanian separatists and Serbs (1980s), the secession of Bosnia-Herzegovina from the SFRY; proposed Bosnian peace settlements including the Cutileiro Plan for the division of Bosnia (Mar 1992) and Vance-Owen Plan for the divison of Bosnia (May 1993), and the role of the United Nations in Yugoslavia. 14pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/55

1994 Sep 29

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Dusan Mitevic, Chief of Belgrade TV and confidant of Slobodan Milosevic, discussing events within the Serbian government and the rise of nationalism in Yugoslavia, including Milosevic visits to Kosovo Polje in response to Serb demonstrations against Albanian separatists (Apr 1987); conflict between the Belgrade Communist Party and the Serbian Communist Party involving Dragisa Pavlovic and Ivan Stambolic; the broadcast of Eighth Session of Central Committee of the Serbian Party (Sep 1987); Serb response to Slovene support for Trepca miners (Albanian separatists) strike (Feb 1989); the progress of the Fourteenth Extraordinary Congress of the Yugoslav Communist Party and the Slovenian walkout following the rejection of their constitutional amendments (23 Jan 1990); the role of television for nationalist propaganda; demonstrations against Belgrade Television, and his subsequent resignation (Mar 1991). Also comments on his relationship with Milosevic. 31pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/56

1995 April 10

Typescript transcript of interview with Gen Phillipe Morillon, French Commander of United Nations (UN) Forces in Bosnia 1992-1993 describing his reaction to Bosnia's request for international recognition (Jan 1992); the establishment of the Bosnian armed forces and their lack of training; the outbreak of conflict in Sarajevo (Apr 1992), including Serb attacks on the city, the breakdown of order, and his attempts to ensure reasonable terms in negotiations between Alija Izetbegovic, Bosnian President 1990-1998, and Radovan Karadzic, Bosnian Serb leader, over the division of Sarajevo; the difficulties faced by the UN in aid convoys in reaching their goal; the misunderstanding of the nature of the UN's role in Bosnia and its limitations; his visit to Srebrencia (Mar 1992), the desperation of Bosnians trapped in the city, the influence of his stay there on the development of UN resolution declaring 'safe areas' for Bosnian Muslims in Serb held territory. 44pp. Language: French


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/57

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of Murat Efendic, Bosnian 'Mayor' of Srebrenica, resident in Sarajevo for duration of the war, conducting an interview by radio with Naser Oric, Muslim commander of Srebrenica defenders (from 1992), former bodyguard of Slobodan Milosevic, conducted by radio by in which he comments on the situation in Srebrenica during the Serb attacks on the town 1992-1993. 8pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/58

1995 Apr 11

Typescript transcript of interview with Rt Hon David Anthony Llewellyn Owen, Baron Owen of the City of Plymouth (Lord Owen), European Community (EC) mediator and co-chairman of the EC Conference on former Yugoslavia, 1992-1995, commenting on the negotiations between Serbs and Muslims in Yugoslavia including the Vance-Owen Plan for the divison of Bosnia and US opposition to it (1993), talks with Slobodan Milosevic, President of the Republic of Serbia 1992-1997 concerning international economic sanctions against Serbia (Apr 1993), the Athens Summit (May 1993) and its eventual failure. Also describes the relationship between the United Nations (UN) and the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO); the significance of Russian policy in the peace keeping attempts in Bosnia-Herzegovina; and relations between the various Serb factions. 59pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/59

1994 Oct 4

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Gen Zivota Panic, Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA) Commander of First Army District, during operation at Vukovar, Croatia, (1991), describing the political stalemate in the Yugoslav Collective Presidency and the failed attempt to declare a state of emergency in Yugoslavia (Mar 1991); the roles of Gen Blagoje Adzic, Yugoslav Federal Defence Minister 1992, and Gen Veljko Kadijevic, Yugoslav Federal Defence Minister 1988-1992; the activities of the JNA in Slovenia, Croatia and Bosnia as each republic seceded from the Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia (1991-1992); and the battle over Vukovar (1991). Also comments on the activities of Serb paramilitary forces commanded by Zeljo Raznatovic (Arkan), and the detention of Bosnian President Alija Izetbegovic (May 1992). 48pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/60

1995 Mar

Typescript transcript of interview with Biljana Plavsic, Bosnian Serb, member of Bosnia-Herzegovina Presidency [1990-1992], Vice President of Republika Srpska and President 1996-1998, describing the conflict within the Bosnian government leading up to the Bosnian declaration of independence (Mar 1992), and evidence of Croatian attacks on Serb villages at Bosanski Brod [Mar 1992]. Also comments on her opposition to the Vance-Owen Peace plan and to Slobodan Milosevic's support of it. 46pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/61

1994 Sep 24

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Armin Pohara, Muslim journalist working for Bosnian and Croatian newspapers, describing the conflict in Bosanski Brod, Bosnia, where Bosnian Muslim and Croats were fighting Serbs, his leadership of the anti-Serb forces there, and its eventual fall to the Serb forces (Nov 1992). Also comments on his relationship with Bosnian President, Alija Izetbegovic; the conflict in Mostar, and his visit to the Croat detention camp near Mostar. 39pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/62

1995 Apr

Typescript transcript of interview with Slobodan Praljak, theatre director, Bosnian Croat militia commander [1991-1993] describing the relations between Croats and Muslims in Bosnia and the impact of Muslim refugees in previously Croat dominated areas of Bosnia, the defeat of Croatian forces at Bosanski Brod (Oct 1992), negotiations between with Bosnian President, Alija Izetbegovic and the Bosnian Croat state; the battle at Mostar and destruction of the Old Bridge (Nov 1993), and the Croat detention camps in Bosnia. 29pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/63

1994 Oct 26

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Ivica Racan, leader of Croatian Communist League 1989, describing the reaction of Croatian officials to Slovenia's moves towards independence, particularly the Croatian position at the Fourteenth Extraordinary Congress of the Yugoslav Communist Party (20-23 Jan 1990) which was abandoned by the Slovene and Croat delegations following the rejection of Slovene constitutional amendments. Also comments on Milosevic's policies and political strategy. 19pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/64

[1994 Jul-1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Gen Andrija Raseta, Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA) Deputy Commander, Fifth Army District, describing his role and the activities of the JNA following the secession of Slovenia from Yugoslavia (Jun 1991); the conflict between the JNA and the Croatian police, including the grounding of Croat helicopters heading towards the Krajina region of Croatia (Aug 1990), and negotiations with Croatian President Franjo Tudjman. 24pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/65

1995 May 10

Typescript transcript of interview with Charles Redman, US special envoy to Bosnian peace talks 1993-1994, describing the involvement of the US in the peace negotiations in Bosnia, particularly the Muslim Croat ceasefire and the development of the Muslim Croat Federation [Sep 1993-Mar 1994]; negotiations and following the Serb attack on Gorazde and the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) air strikes (Apr 1994) and the Contact Group development of a territorial solution between Bosnian Serbs and the Muslim Croat Federation (Jul 1994). 36pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/66

[1994 Jul-1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Jadranka Reihl-Kir, wife of Josip Reihl-Kir, Osijek regional police chief, Croatia, describing her husband's role in responding to incidents of conflict between Croats and Serbs in his region, visiting the scene and negotiating with protagonists, as well as the circumstances surrounding his assassination (1 Jul 1991). 11pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/67

[1994 Jul-1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Lt Gen Sir (Hugh) Michael Rose, British Commander of United Nations Protection Force (UNPROFOR), Bosnia, 1994-1995, describing the negotiations between Bosnians government and Bosnian Serbs for the withdrawal of Serb heavy weapons Sarajevo area (Feb 1994); the UN and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) response to the Serb attack of Gorazde, and the Russian response to NATO air strikes (Apr 1994). Also comments on UN - NATO relations. 22pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/68

[1994 Jul-1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Dimitrij Rupel, Slovene Foreign Minister 1990-1993, describing the discussions leading up to the European Community (EC) recognition of Slovenian independence Dec 1991, including meetings involving Franjo Tudjman, Croatian President 1990-1999, Gianni De Michelis, Italian Foreign Minister 1989-1992, Hans Van den Broek, Dutch Foreign Minister 1982-1993, and Hans Dietrich Genscher, German Foreign Minister 1989-1992. 8pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/69

1995 Mar

Typescript transcript of interview with Vojislav Seselj, Serb ultra nationalist member of Serbian parliament, and paramilitary unit commander, describing his nationalist philosophy and his role in organising and arming Serb volunteer forces operating in the Krajina region of Croatia, and in Bosnia, and their involvement in the Serb-Croat conflict at Borovo Selo, Mar 1991, and Vukovar, 1991. Also comments on his relationship with Slobodan Milosevic, Radovan Karadzic, and Dobrica Cosic, Yugoslav President, 1992-1993. 41pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/70

[1994 Jul-1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Haris Silajdzic, Bosnia and Herzegovina Foreign Minister 1990-1993, and Prime Minister 1993-1996, describing his campaign for recognition of Bosnia-Herzegovina as an independent state, and the negotiating of alliance between Bosnian Croats and Bosnian Muslims 1994. Also comments on the role of the United Nations and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) in the Bosnian conflict. 11pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/71

[1994 Jul-1995 Jul)

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Miroslav Solevic, Kosovo Serb activist, describing the visits of Slobodan Milosevic and President of the Communist Party League of Serbia to Kosovo Polje on 20 Apr 1987 and 25 Apr 1987, and his address to the Kosovo Serb demonstrators. 14pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/72

[1994 Jul-1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Gen Martin Spegelj, Croatian Defence Minister 1990-1991, formerly Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA) Commander of the Fifth Army district, describing his role in the development Croatian independence including the secret importation of arms for paramilitary groups in Croatia, the JNA intelligence operation against him and his response to the 'spy film' of his activities (Jan 1991); the rejection of his defence plan, by the Croatian government, Dec 1990, and his subsequent resignation as Defence Minister (Jul 1991); the fighting between Croats and Serbs in Eastern Slavonia region of Croatia including the loss of Bosanski Brod (Oct 1992). 40pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/73

[1994 Jul-1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Ivan Stambolic, Serbian President 1985-1987, discussing the 1974 Yugoslav constitution; the history of the ethnic tension in Kosovo; the change in Serbian party policy towards Kosovo under Milosevic; his visit to Kosovo Polje, Apr 1987 and proposed constitutional reform for Kosovo; events of the Serbian Presidency meeting (18-19 Sep 1987) and the Eighth Session of Serb Party Central Committee (23-24 Sep 1987) opposing the policy of Dragisa Pavlovic, Belgrade Communist Party chief, on Kosovo, and the political tactics of Slobodan Milosevic, Chairman of Central Committee of the Serbian League of Communist 1986-1989. Also comments on his relationship with Milosevic and Pavlovic. 24pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/74

[1994 Jul-1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Vladimir Stambuk, Belgrade University Professor, describing the political situation in Yugoslavia including the significance of the press conference of Dragisa Pavlovic, Belgrade Communist Party chief, and his policy on Kosovo (Sep 1987), the Serbian discussions at the Yugoslav Collective Presidency session (18-19 Sep 1987) of Pavlovic's views and Ivan Stambolic's supporting letter, the Eighth Session of Serb Party Central Committee (23-24 Sep 1987) the conflict between Milosevic and Pavlovic. Also describes the Fourteenth Extraordinary Congress of the Yugoslav Communist Party, 23 Jan 1990, which was abandoned by the Slovenian and Croatian delegations in protest at the rejection of Slovene constitutional amendments. 23pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/75

[1994 Jul-1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of interview with Svetozar Stojanovic, Belgrade University professor, dissident, and advisor and translator for to Dobrica Cosic, Yugoslav President 1992-1993, describing his discussion with Warren Zimmermann, US Ambassador to Yugoslavia 1989-1992, of US recognition of Bosnian independence; discussion of the Serb world view at meetings with Cyrus Vance, United Nations Secretary General's envoy to Yugoslavia 1991-1993, and Rt Hon David Anthony Llewellyn Owen, Baron Owen of the City of Plymouth (Lord Owen), European Community (EC) negotiator, 1992-1995; the negotiation of the Vance-Owen Peace plan (1993), and its signing by the Bosnian Serbs at the Athens Summit, (May 1993). 13pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/76

1994 Dec 1

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Borut Suklje, Slovene member of the Yugoslav Central Committee of the League of Communists, commenting on the development of Slovenian independence, including the arrest of Janez Jansa Slovene journalist and opposition activist (1988), the political influence of Slobodan Milosevic and nationalist conflict in Kosovo, and the Fourteenth Extraordinary Congress of the Yugoslav Communist Party, Belgrade (Jan 1990) abandoned by the Slovene delegation following the rejection of their constitutional amendments. 14pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/77

1995 Apr 30

Typescript transcript of interview with Shashi Tharoor, Special Assistant to the UN Under Secretary of Peace Keeping Operations head of peacekeeping 1989-1996, discussing the role of United Nations Protection Force (UNPROFOR) in the former Yugoslavia, including the peace-keeping mission in Bosnia, their role in events at the Bosnian Muslim enclaves of Srebrenica (1992-1993) and Gorazde (1994), and the activities of Gen Lewis MacKenzie and Gen Philippe Morillon. Also comments on the UN Security Council resolutions, policies and strategies. 24pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/78

1994 Oct 2

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Ljubinka Trgovcevic, historian, and member of Serbia's Presidency (1987) describing the political atmosphere within the Serbian government (1987) including the role of Mirjana Markovic, Belgrad University professor and wife of Slobodan Milosevic, the dispute between Slobodan Milosevic, Chairman of the Central Committee of the Serbian League of Communists 1986-1989, and Dragisa Pavlovic, Belgrade Communist Party chief, over Kosovo policy, Pavlovic's press conference (19 Sep 1987), Serbian President Ivan Stambolic's letter to Pavlovic (Sep 1987), the political demise of Stambolic, and the edited broadcast of the session on television. 13pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/79

[1994 Jul-1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Franjo Tudjman, first elected President of Croatia 1990-1999 and founder of the Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ), describing Croat relations with Serbia including his talks with Slobodan Milosevic, the predominance of ethnic Serbs in the Croatian police and the role of the Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA) in Croatia's secession from the Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia (1991). Also comments on Croat relations with Bosnia-Herzegovina and their alliance with Bosnian Muslims (1994), and talks with Alija Izetbegovic, Bosnian President 1990-1998. 26pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/80

1994 Oct 2

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Vasil Tupurkovski, Macedonian politician, member of Yugoslav Collective Presidency 1989-1992, describing the political events within Yugoslavia including the Slovene constitutional reforms, their seccession from the Yugoslav Federation and conflict with the Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA) (1991); the Fourteenth Extraordinary Congress of the Yugoslav Communist Party, Jan 1990; reports of Croatian rearming, Oct 1990; the (JNA) response to demonstrations in Belgrade (1991); Collective Presidency meetings 1991; visit of the European Community (EC) troika (Hans van den Broek, Dutch Foreign Minister, Jacques Poos, Luxembourg Foreign Minister and Gianni de Michelis, Italian Foreign Minister, who were Foreign Ministers of the states holding the past, present and future incumbency as President of the European Council) to Belgrade (28 Jun 1991); and discussions meetings involving Rt Hon Peter Alexander Rupert Carington, 6th Baron Carrington (Lord Carrington), European Community peace envoy 1991-1992, and Cyrus Vance, United Nations Secretary General's envoy to Yugoslavia 1991-1993. 63pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/81

1994 Dec 13, 1995 Mar

Typescript transcript of interview with Milos Vasic, journalist based in Belgrade, describing the activity of Josip Reihl-Kir, Osijek regional police chief chief, in resolving conflict between Serbs and Croats in the Eastern Slavonia region of Croatia, and who was assassinated (Jun 1991). Also comments on the demonstrations in Belgrade and the government's use of tanks to disperse them (Mar 1991). 13pp Language: English and Serbo-Croat.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/82

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Gen Aleksandar Vasiljevic, Head of Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA) counterintelligence (KOS) until 1992, describing the impact on the JNA of the rise of nationalism in Slovenia, (mid 1980s); the investigation of leaked army and Collective Presidency documents published by Mladina, the arrest of Janez Jansa and Slovenian reaction (1988); the withdrawal of the JNA from Slovenia; the investigation of arms importation into Croatia, including film evidence of involvement of Spegelj, Croatian Defence Minister 1991; the Yugoslav Collective Presidency decision to disarm paramilitary organisations in Croatia and Bosnia; involvement on JNA in conflict in Croatia, including the battle for Vukovar (1991), the activities of Serb volunteer forces and forces led by Zeljo Raznatovic (Arkan). 62pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/83

1994 Oct 10

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Azem Vllasi, ethnic Albanian Party leader in Kosovo, describing the visits of Slobodan Milosevic, Chairman of the Central Committee of the Serbian League of Communists 1986-1989, to Kosovo Polje (April 1987). Also describes the Serbian Central Committee meeting at which Milosevic proposed the removal from office of Dragsa Pavlovic, Belgrade Communist Party chief, and the Eighth Session of the Central Committee of the Serbian League of Communists (Sep 1987), the Serb government dealings with the miners strike at Trepca (Feb 1989), and his own arrest (Mar 1989). 16pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/84

1995 Apr

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Vice Vukojevic, Croatian Deputy Police Minister and Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) official, describing the formation of the HDZ; the Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA) response to the HDZ and the disarming of the Croat Territorial Defence Force (TO); contribution of émigrés to Croat funds and forces; incidents of conflict between Croats and Serbs at Knin, Pakrac, Borovo Selo, Novi Sad, and the Slavonia region and the role of Josip Reihl-Kir, Osijek regional police chief; the strategic importance of Vukovar for Croatia; the Croat government policy on Bosnia and relations with the Bosnian Muslims; detention camps in Bosnia for Muslims and Croats; US policy on Bosnia and the Washington agreement (1994). 25pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/85

1995 Jul 20, 21

Typescript transcript of interview with Michael Williams, UN spokesman 1994, describing the negotiations between the Yasushi Akashi,Special Representative of the Secretary General of the United Nations Protection Force (UNPROFOR) and Radovan Karadzic, Bosnian Serb leader, chaired by Slobodan Milosevic in Belgrade (22-23 Apr 1994) concerning the halting of the Bosnian Serb attack on Gorazde and the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) threaten of air strikes. 32pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/86

[1994 Jul-1995 Jul]

Typescript transcript of filmed interview with Franci Zavrl, Editor in Chief of Mladina magazine of the Communist Youth Organisation, describing his role in the publication of articles attacking Gen Branko Mamula, Yugoslav Defence Minister 1980-1988, and his involvement in the sale of arms to Ethiopia, as well as the Yugoslav People's Army (JNA) support for oppressive regimes. Also comments on the arrest of journalist Janez Jansa, and his own trial and imprisonment Jul 1988. 9 pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/87

1995 Feb 5

Typescript transcript of interview with Warren Zimmermann, US Ambassador to Yugoslavia 1989-1992, describing US policy on Yugoslavia and his activities there including his contact with Borisav Jovic, President of the Yugoslav Collective Presidency 1990-1991; meetings with Slobodan Milosevic, Radovan Karadzic, Bosnian Serb leader, Franjo Tudjman, Croatian President 1990-1999, and Veljko Kadijevic, Yugoslav Defence Minister 1988-1992, opposing to Croatian rearming and independence; Serbian nationalism and Bosnian moves toward independence. 14pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 3/88

1994-1995

Five 3½ inch disks containing electronic copies of interview transcripts of items 3/1-87.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4 Videocassettes of interviews and Yugoslav footage, 1994-1995


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/1

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Two ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Fikret Abdic, Leader of 'Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia' in the Muslim populated Bihac region of Bosnia, and member of the Party for Democratic Action (SDA). For transcript of interview see item 3/1. Language: Serbo-Croat


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/2

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Six ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Gen Milan Aksentijevic,Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA). For transcript of interview see item 3/2. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/3

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Two ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Belgrade students, Tihomar Arsic & Zarko Jokanovic. For transcript of interview see item 3/4. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/4

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Six ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Milan Babic, Leader of Krajina Serb rebellion, Croatia. For transcript of interview see item 3/5. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/5

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Three ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Igor Bavcar, Deputy Defence Minister, Slovenia, later Minister for Internal Affairs Slovenian Republic. For transcript of interview see item 3/6. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/6

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

One ¾ inch U-matic video cassette of interview with Bogic Bogicevic, Bosnian Serb and Bosnia-Herzegovina representative on the Yugoslav Collective Presidency from 1990. For transcript of interview see item 3/7. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/7

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

One ¾ inch U-matic video cassette of interviews with Dragoslav Bokan, Serb paramilitary leader from Belgrade, and with Dr Mirjana Markovic, Belgrade university professor, founder of Yugoslav United Left (JUL) and wife of Slobodan Milosevic. For transcript of interviews see item 3/8 and 3/50. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/8

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

One ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Dragoslav Bokan, Serb paramilitary leader from Belgrade. For transcript of interview see item 3/8 Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/9

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Five ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Momir Bulatovic, Montenegro Communist Party Chief, later President of Republic of Montenegro, 1990-1998. The fifth tape includes footage of his photograph album. For transcript of interview see item 3/10. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/10

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Two ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Jovan Cvetkovic, Mayor of Svetozarevo. For transcript of interview see item 3/14. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/11

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Four ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Gianni De Michelis, Italian Foreign Minister 1989-1992. For transcript of interview see item 3/15 Language: Italian with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/12

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Three ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Mile-Jastreb Dedakovic, Croatian commander at Vukovar, Croatia, 1991. For transcript of interview see item 3/16. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/13

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Four ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Slavko Degoricija prominent Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) official, Local Government Minister and Deputy Interior Minister. For transcript of interview see item 3/17. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/14

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Four ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Serbian Gen Jovan Divjak, Deputy Commander, Bosnian Army. For transcript of interview see item 3/18. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/15

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Five ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Raif Dizdarevic, President of Yugoslav Collective Presidency 1988-1989, and Bosnia-Herzegovina representative on Collective Presidency until 1990. For transcript of interview see item 3/20. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/16

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

One ¾ inch U-matic video cassette of interviews with Slobodan Djukic, Mayor of Valjevo, Serbia, and Dusan Mitevic, Chief of Belgrade TV and confidant of Slobodan Milosevic. For transcript of interview see item 3/19 amd 3/55. (See also video of interviews with Vasiljevic and Djukic.) Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/17

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Two ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Murat Effendic, Bosnian 'Mayor' of Srebrenica, resident in Sarajevo during the war. For transcript of interview see item 3/22. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/18

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Two ¾ inch U-matic video cassette of Murat Efendic, 'Mayor' of Srebrenica, conducting an interview by radio with and Naser Oric, leader of Srebrenica defenders from 1992. For transcript of interview see item 3/57. Language: Serbo-Croat


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/19

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

One ¾ inch U-matic video cassette of interview with Peter Galbraith, US Ambassador to Croatia from 1993-1998. For transcript of interview see item 3/23.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/20

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Two ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Ejup Ganic, Leader of Party for Democratic Action (SDA) in Bosnia-Herzegovina. For transcript of interview see item 3/24. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/21

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Nine ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Gen Petar Gracanin, Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA), Serbian President 1988-1989 and Yugoslav Federal Interior Minister (1990]. For transcript of interview see item 3/26. Language: Serbo-Croat (four cassettes), Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation (five cassettes).


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/22

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Three ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Mate Granic, Croatian Foreign Minister, 1993-2000. For transcript of interview see item 3/27 Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/23

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

One ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Alija Izetbegovic, Bosnian Muslim, founding leader of Party for Democratic Action (SDA), and President of Bosnia Herzegovina 1990-1998. For transcript of interview see item 3/32 Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/24

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Three ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Janez Jansa, Slovene journalist and opposition activist, later Slovenian Defence Minister 1990-1994. For transcript of interview see item 3/33. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/25

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Sixteen ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Borislav Jovic, Serbia's representative on the Collective Presidency and President of the Yugoslav Collective Presidency 1990-1991. Includes views of Belgrade buildings including the Defence Ministry, Topeider villa (Army Villa), the US Embassy, Central Committee Building and the Danube (tape 10) and footage of Jovic's diary (tape 16). For transcript of interview see item 3/35. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/26

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Two ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Jelko Kacin, Slovene Information Minister [1991-1994]. For transcript of interview see item 3/37. Language: Slovenian with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/27

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Two ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Radovan Karadzic, Bosnian Serb leader, head of Serbian Democratic Party (SDS) from 1990, and President of Republika Srpska, break-away Serb state in Bosnia. For transcript of interview see item 3/38. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/28

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Four ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Stjepan Kljuic, Bosnian Croat member of Bosnian Presidency. For transcript of interview see item 3/39. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/29

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

One ¾ inch U-matic video cassette of interview with Ivo Komsic, Croat member of Bosnian Presidency (1993). For transcript of interview see item 3/41 Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/30

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Seven ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Branko Kostic, Montenegrin representative to Yugoslav Collective Presidency, Yugoslav Vice President 1991, and Acting President of Yugoslavia following President Mesic's resignation and international recognition of independence of Slovenia and Croatia. Includes footage of Titograd (tape 1). For transcript of interview see item 3/42. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/31

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Three ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Zlatko Kramaric, Mayor of Osijek, Eastern Slavonia region of Croatia. For transcript of interview see item 3/44 Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/32

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Seven ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Milan Kucan, Slovene Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party 1986-1990, and Slovene President from 1990. For transcript of interview see item 3/45 Language: Slovene with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/33

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Five ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Gen Milutin Kukanjac, Commander Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA) Second Army District based in Sarajevo 1992. For transcript of interview see item 3/46. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/34

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Three ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Zlatko Lagumdzija, Bosnian opposition leader and, Bosnian Deputy Prime Minister 1992-1993. For transcript of interview see item 3/47. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/35

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Four ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview Adm Branko Mamula, Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA), Yugoslav Defence Minister, 1980-1988. For transcript of interview see item 3/49. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/36

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Four ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Dr Mirjana Markovic, Belgrade university professor, founder of Yugoslav United Left (JUL) and wife of Slobodan Milosevic. For transcript of interview see item 3/50. See also video of interview with Dragaoslav Bokan and Mirjana Markovic, item 4/7. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/37

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

One ¾ inch U-matic video cassette of interview with Milan Martic, Knin police chief and paramilitary leader and leader of breakaway republic of Serb Krajina. For transcript of interview see item 3/51. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/38

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Seven ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Dusan Mitevic, Chief of Belgrade TV and confidant of Slobodan Milosevic. For transcript of interview see item 3/55. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/39

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Five ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Gen Zivota Panic, Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA) Commander of First Army District, during Vukovar operations (1991). For transcript of interview see item 3/59. See also video of interview with Andrija Raseta and Zivota Panic, Item 4/42. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/40

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Six ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Armin Pohara, Muslim journalist working for Bosnian and Croatian newspapers. For transcript of interview see item 3/61. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/41

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Three ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Ivica Racan, leader of Croatian Communist League 1989. For transcript of interview see item 3/63. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/42

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Five ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Gen Andrija Raseta, Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA) Deputy Commander, Fifth Army District. For transcript of interview see item 3/64. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/43

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Five ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Gen Andrija Raseta, Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA) Deputy Commander, Fifth Army District and Gen Zivota Panic, Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA) Commander of First Army District, during Vukovar operations (1991). For transcript of interview see item 3/64 and 3/59. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/44

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Two ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Jadranka Reihl-Kir, wife of Josip Reihl-Kir, Osijek regional police chief. For transcript of interview see item 3/66. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/45

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Three ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Lt Gen Sir (Hugh) Michael Rose, British Commander of United Nations Protection Force (UNPROFOR), Bosnia, 1994-1995. For transcript of interview see item 3/67.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/46

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Three ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Dimitrij Rupel, Slovene Foreign Minister 1990-1993. For transcript of interview see item 3/68. Language: Slovene with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/47

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Two ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Haris Silajdzic, Bosnia and Herzegovina Foreign Minister 1990-1993, and Prime Minister 1993-1996. For transcript of interview see item 3/70. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/48

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Two ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Miroslav Solevic, Kosovo Serb activist. Second tapeincludes footage of the Belgrade Presidency building interior. For transcript of interview see item 3/71. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/49

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Six ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Martin Spegelj, Croatian Defence Minister 1990-1991, formerly Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA) Commander of the Fifth Army district. For transcript of interview see item 3/72. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/50

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Four ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Ivan Stambolic, Serbian President 1985-1986. For transcript of interview see item 3/73. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/51

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Three ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Professor Vladimir Stambuk, Belgrade University Professor. For transcript of interview see item 3/74. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/52

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Three ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Borut Suklje, Slovene member of the Yugoslav Central Committee of the League of Communists. For transcript of interview see item 3/76. Language: Slovene with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/53

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Three ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Ljubinka Trgovcevic, historian, and member of Serbia's Presidency (1987). For transcript of interview see item 3/78. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/54

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

One ¾ inch U-matic video cassette of interview with Franjo Tudjman first elected President of Croatia 1990-1999 and founder of the Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ). For transcript of interview see item 3/79. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/55

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Seven ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Vasil Tupurkovski, Macedonian politician, member of Yugoslav Collective Presidency 1989-1992. For transcript of interview see item 3/80.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/56

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Eight ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Aleksandar Vasiljevic, Head of Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA) counterintelligence (KOS) until 1992. For transcript of interview see item 3/82. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/57

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

One ¾ inch U-matic video cassette of interview with Aleksandar Vasiljevic, Head of Yugoslav Peoples' Army (JNA) counterintelligence (KOS) until 1992, and with Slobodan Djukic, Mayor of Valjevo, Serbia. For transcript of interview see item 3/82 and 3/19. Language: Serbo-Croat with simultaneous English translation.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/58

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Three ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Azem Vllasi, Ethnic Albanian Kosovo Party leader. For transcript of interview see item 3/83. Language: Albanian


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/59

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Two ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of interview with Franci Zavrl, Editor in Chief of Mladina magazine of the Communist Youth Organisation. For transcript of interview see item 3/86.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 4/60

[1994 Jul–1995 Jul]

Seventeen ¾ inch U-matic video cassettes of footage of Yugoslavia including interior and exterior views of the Belgrade presidency building; burnt out buildings in Bosnia; Dobrinja barricades, UNPROFOR H9 cemetry; Sarajevo Orthodox church cathedral; Sarajevo mosque; Kosovo Polje and Pristina; Pale; Knin; Ljubjiana, Zagreb and Sarajevo parliaments.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5 Collected evidence, 1941, 1985-1995


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/1

1991-1994

'People file - international A-H'. File of interview questions, background notes and news articles relating to members of the international community (in alphabetical order) involved in negotiations and events relating to the disintegration of the Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia (1987-1994), including Yasushi Akashi, United Nations (UN) Special Envoy to former Yugoslavia; Geert Ahrens, German diplomat attended Conference on former Yugoslavia, London Aug 1992; Kofi A Annan UN Under Secretary General, Directory of Peace Keeping Operations, 1993-1997; Diego Arria, Venezuelan Ambassador to the UN; James Addison Baker, US Secretary of State, 1989-1992; Rt Hon Peter Alexander Rupert Carington, 6th Baron Carrington (Lord Carrington), Chairman of the European Community conference on Yugoslavia, 1991-1992; Warren Christopher US Secretary of State 1993-1997; Vitaly Churkin Russian Special Envoy to Yugoslavia 1993-1994; José Cutileiro, Portuguese diplomat; Glynne Evans, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, UK; Peter W Galbraith, US Ambassador to Croatia 1993-1998; Hans Dietrich Genscher, German Foreign Minister 1982-1992; Sir Peter Hall, British Ambassador to Yugoslavia 19989-1992, advisor to Lord Carrington 1992, and to Lord Owen 1992-1993; Sir David Hannay, British Permanent Representative the UN, 1990-1995; Richard C Holbrooke, US Assistant Secretary of State, 1994-1995; Larry Hollingworth United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) Director in Bosnia; Rt Hon Douglas Hurd, British Foreign Secretary, 1989-1995; Robert E Hunter, US Ambassador to North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) 1993-1998.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/2

1991-1994

'People file - international I-Z'. File of interview questions, background notes and articles relating to members of the international community involved in negotiations and events relating to the disintegration of the Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia (1987-1994), including Gen Lewis MacKenzie, United Nations Protection Force (UNPROFOR) commander in former Yugoslavia, 1992; Jose Maria Mendiluce, United Nations High Commission for Refugees, (UNHCR); Gianni De Michelis Italian Foreign Minister 1989-1992; Alois Mock, Austrian Foreign Minister 1987-1995; Gen Phillipe Morillon, UNPROFOR commander in former Yugoslavia, 1992-1993; Herbert S Okun, Special Advisor on Yugoslavia, 1991-1993 and deputy to Cyrus Vance; Rt Hon David Anthony Llewellyn Owen, Baron Owen of the City of Plymouth, European Community (EC) negotiator, and Co-Chairman of the International Conference on the former Yugoslavia, 1992-1995; Milan Panic, Yugoslav Prime Minister, 1992-1993; Lt Gen Sir Michael Rose, UNPROFOR commander, Bosnia, 1993-1994; John D Scanlan, US Ambassador to Belgrade 1985-1988; Thorvald Stoltenberg, UN Special Representative for former Yugoslavia 1993-1995; Shashi Tharoor, Special Assistant to the UN Under Secretary of Peace Keeping Operations head of peacekeeping 1989-1996; Cyrus Roberts Vance, UN Secretary General's envoy to Yugoslavia 1991-1993; Warren Zimmermann, US Ambassador to Yugoslavia 1989-1992.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/3

1991-1994

'People File - Yugoslavia, A-L'. File of interview questions, notes and articles relating to significant individuals in the disintegration of the Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia (1987-1994) including, Croat Gen Imra Agotic, Fikret Abdic, Milan Babic, Igor Bavcar, France Bucar, Milan Brezak, Bogic Bogicevic, Josip Boljkovac, Drazen Budisa, Momir Bulatovic, Dusan Ckrebic, Dobrica Cosic, Mile-Jastreb Dedakovic, Slavko Degoricija, Raif Dizdarevic, Ilija Djukic, Milan Djukic JNA Gen Vojislav Djurdjevac, Stane Dolanc, Janez Drnovsek, Ejup Ganic, Mate Granic, Bosnian Serb Gen Milan Gvero, Gen Sefer Halilovic, Branko Horvat, Alija Izetbegovic, Janez Jansa, Vladislav Jovanovic, Borislav Jovic, Perica Juric, Jelko Kacin, Stjepan Kljuic, Nikola Koljevic, Ivo Komsic, Momcilo Krajisnik, Zlatko Kramaric, Milan Kucan, Zlatko Lagumdzija, Zvonimir Lerotic, and Slaven Letica. Language: English, Serbo-Croat


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/4

1990-1994

'People File - Yugoslavia, M-Z'. File of interview questions, notes and articles relating to significant individuals in the disintegration of the Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia (1987-1994), including Rusmir Mahmutcehajic, Josip Manolic, Tomislav Marcinko, Ante Markovic, Mirjana Markovic, Milan Martic, Tomislav Mercep, Stipe Mesic, Slobodan Milosevic, Bosnian Serb Gen Manojlo Milovanovic, Dusan Mitevic, Ratko Mladic, Gen Zivota Panic, Gen Momcilo Perisic, Lojze Peterle, Biljana Plavsic, Armin Pohara, Slobodan Praljak, Zivko Pregl, Ivica Racan, Jure Radic, Dimitrij Rupel, Ivo Sanader, Vladimir Seks, Haris Silajdzic, Vesna Skare, Joze Smole, Martin Spegelj, Svetozar Stojanovic, Borut Suklje, Gojko Susak, Stipe Suvar, Zdravko Tomac, Franjo Tudjman, Vasil Tupurkovski, Bisera Turkovic, Azem Vllasi, Franci Zavrl, and Ivan Zametica. Language: English, Serbo-Croat


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/5

1994

Copies of typescript and printed chronologies of events in Yugoslavia including the main chronology of Yugoslavia 1968, 1980-20 Apr 1994, 69pp; the 'Slovenian Crisis' relating to the publication of sensitive information in Mladina, Feb-2 Sep 1988, 2pp; the International Conference on the Former Yugoslavia', 2 Jan 1990-26 Dec 1993, 30pp; 'Summary of Activity of the International Conference on the Former Yugoslavia' 3 Sep 1992- 16 Feb 1994, 33pp; extracts of chronology of the Balkans relating to Yugoslavia, 7 Jan 1991-26 Dec 1991, from the Southeastern European Yearbook 1991, 25pp; extracts of chronology of the Balkans relating to Yugoslavia, 1 Jan 1992-22 Dec 1992, Southeastern European Yearbook 1992, 8pp; 'US Peace initiatives for the former Yugoslavia', a chronology of Krajina talks at the US Embassy, Zagreb, 5 Feb-30 Mar 1993, 6pp. Also includes photocopy of 'Yugoslavia and its successor states: introductory survey', 6pp and list of UN Security Council resolutions relating to Yugoslavia from 25 Sep 1991-16 Apr 1993.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/6

1990-1993

'German Chronology'. Photocopy of 'Chronologie Der Jugoslazischen Krise', 23 Jan 1990-7 Sep 1993. 124pp Language: German


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/7

1991-1994

Photocopies of United Nations (UN) Security Council, United Nations Protection Force (UNPROFOR), and United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) documents relating events in the former Yugoslavia, including UN Security Council Resolutions regarding the situation in the former Yugoslavia 25 Sep 1991-16 Nov 1992; European Community (EU) Declaration on Yugoslavia and on the guidelines on the recognition of new states, 16 Dec 1991; Conference on Yugoslavia Arbitration Commission: opinions on questions arising from the dissolution of Yugoslavia, 11 Jan, 4 Jul 1992; International Conference on the former Yugoslavia: documents adopted at the London Conference 27-27 Aug 1992; UN Secretary General Report on the International Conference on the former Yugoslavia, 11 Nov 1992; Further report of the Secretary-General pursuant to Security Council Resolution 742 (1992), 10 Feb 1993; Report of the Secretary-General on the activities of the International Conference on the former Yugoslavia: Peace talks on Bosnia and Herzegovina, (Vance-Owen Plan) 26 Mar 1993; Report of the Secretary-General on the activities of the International Conference on the former Yugoslavia Peace talks, Athens, 1-2 May 1993, 3 May 1993; Report on the Historical background of the civil war in the former Yugoslavia, United Nations Commission of Experts Security Council Resolution 780 (1992), Professor M Cherif Bassiouni, Chairman, Mar 1994, 64pp; Information notes on former Yugoslavia No 4/94, Apr 1994, UNHCR Office of the Special Envoy for former Yugoslavia, 28pp; Map indicating position of UN troops in former Yugoslavia, n.d.; UNPROFOR Fact Sheet, 13 Apr 1994; UNPROFOR press release 16 Apr 1994; Elements for comments to the media by President of the [UN] Security Council Sunday, 17 April 1994. Also includes typescript notes on ceasefire agreement between Bosnians and Croats 24 Feb 1994.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/8

1990-1992

File containing photocopies of region and subject indices for the Report on Eastern Europe, produced by Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, but lacking the sections relating to Yugoslavia. Includes 1990 Annual subject index, 193pp (missing pp 196-237); Report on Eastern Europe Index 1991 Volume 2, (missing page 141-172), 176pp; RFE/RL Research Report Vol 1 Index 1992, (missing pages 56-60) 97pp.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/9

1992-1994

'Ministry of Information, Serbia'. Copies of printed booklets and information published by the Republic of Serbia, relating to events during the conflict in the former Yugoslavia, including: Former Serbian Krajina information booklet, c.1993; Chronology of the crisis in the former SFRY (Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia) and the moves taken by the international community, Belgrade, Oct 1993, 24pp. Who's who in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Prvoslav Ralic, Belgrade, July 1992, 14pp; Introductory statement and programme of the Government of Serbia, Mirko Marjanovic, Belgrade, 15 Mar 1994, 10pp; The Markale Market dossier, Republic of Serbia, Ministry of Information, Belgrade, Mar 1994, 15pp; A review of statements regarding the Yugoslav crisis made by foreign personalities, Republic of Serbia, Ministry of Information Press Release, Belgrade, Oct 1993, 11pp, and Serbia, Republic of Serbia Ministry of Information, Dec 1992.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/10

1991-1994

'Croatian Government-various propaganda'. File of copies of printed booklets and information published by the Croatian government relating to events during the conflict in the former Yugoslavia, including a collection of journal and newspaper articles by TS published in the international press titled Ex-Yugoslavia and Croatia by Tomislav Sunic, Republic of Croatia, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Culture and Promotion Department, Zagreb, 1993; Photocopy of Zajednicka Deklaracija [Joint Declaration] agreement signed by Bosnians Muslims and Croats, 14 Sep 1993; copies of press releases from the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina Croatian Community of Herzeg-Bosna, 'Why was the Croatian community of Bosnia-Heregovina created?' 26 Jul 1993, and 'Izetbegovic rebuffed Croat attempt to deblockade Sarajevo confirms Bosnian Muslim member of Presidency', 24 July 1993, with coving letter from V. Miles Raguz, member of the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Croatia to the United Nations, 12 Jul 1994; Bulletin 1, 24 Jun 1993, and Bulletin 2 11 Aug 1993, Croat Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Information Department, Zagreb; Newsletter 18, 12 Aug 1993 and Newsletter 19, 8 Sep 1993, Croat Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Information Department, Zagreb; 'Cultural Heritage of Croatia (War damage, present state, renewal requirements)', Republic of Croatia, Ministry of Culture and Education, Institute for protection of Cultural Monuments, Zagreb, Feb 1993; 'Geopolitical and demographical issues of Croatia, Geographical papers 8', Department of Geography, University of Zagreb, Zagreb, 1991. Language English, Serbo-Croat, German, Spanish.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/11

1941, 1990-1993

'Serb propaganda'. File of printed articles, letters and documents relating to events in the former Yugoslavia including, Yugoslav Survey, Facts and Documents, Press and Information Department of the Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Belgrade, 9 Apr 1993, 22pp; 'Economic position of Serbs in Yugoslavia', Kosta Mihailovic, GLAS CCCLXVI de l'Academie serbe des sciences et des arts, Class des sciences sociales, No 26, 1992 p 19-30, Belgrade, 1992; letter from the Republic of Serbian Krajina to Boutros Boutros Ghali, UN Secretary General, 10 Sep 1993, 11 Sep 1993; Statement from the Republic of Serbian Krajina to Diplomatic and Consular Missions in Belgrade, 11 Sep 1993, concerning mobilisation of Croatian military reserve and Croat aggression in Serb Krajina; Serbs in Croatia: Types of problems and solutions for the Serbian question in Croatia, Association of Serbs from Croatia, Apr 1993, 14 pp; 'The Republic of Serbian Krajina: a quest for truth - facts and documents', The Republic of Serbian Krajina Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Belgrade, [1990-1993]; documents from the Serbian Council Information Centre relating to the treatment of Serbs in Croatia, and containing three colour maps indicating ethnic distribution in Yugoslavia (1941) and in Croatia (1991); and Veterans newspaper Veteran, No 1, 1990. Language: Serbo-Croat, German and English


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/12

1992

File of miscellaneous material relating to the Yugoslav conflict including, 'Sarajevo must be saved, Report to the House of Commons and the House of Lords Action for Bosnia', UK Citizens Committee for Bosnia-Herzegovina, Dec 1992, 4pp; 'Dossier Yougslave' in Dialogue, International Journal of Arts and Sciences, Vol 1 No 2/3 Supplement, Sep 1992, Paris; and a photocopied map indicating locations of UN troops in the former Yugoslavia, [1992]. Language: French and English


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/13

[1993]

File containing English summaries of articles in a Zagreb intellectual journal - Erasmus, Issue 2, including 'The dominant values of Croatian Society', Josip Zupanov; 'New agenda for new democracies (I) Vesna Pusic; 'Reconciliation' Slavko Goldstein; 'The Labyrinth of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Ivan Lovrenovic and Darko Hudelist; 'The broken clock of Bosnian policy', Ivo Banac; 'I didn't kiss the clock', Ines Sabalic; 'The banality of evil and loneliness', Ozren Zunex; 'On university autonomy' Neven Sesardic; 'Terrorism', Igor Primorac; 'The art of political falsehood', Jonathan Swift; 'Satirical verse', Vesna Parun; 'Never more', Ranko Marinkovic; 'Papandopulo and Sulek', Zvonimir Berkovic; 'Alija Izetbegovic - the man and the book', Dinka Martinovic; 'Young Croatian film makers - a sketch for an inventory', Juric Pavicic; 'Media and milk', Viktor Ivancic; 'The promotion of Erasmus, Zagreb, Mimara Museum', 4 May 1993. 24pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/14

[1995]

File containint typescript copies of Chapters 2-9 of Yugoslavia the bloody collapse: Causes, course and consequences, Christopher Bennett. (Later published by Hurst and Company, London, c1995)


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/15

1991 Jun–1993 Feb

File containing spiral bound copies of a selection of press articles by Christopher Bennett, relating to the Yugoslav conflict Jun 1991-Aug 1992 published in the Daily Telegraph, UK Press Gazette, Daily Mail, Christian Science Monitor, Times, European, and Oxford Analytica, and the international oil industry, Nov 1992- Feb 1993, published in Oil Buyers Guide, and Bloomberg Business News Wire.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/16

1991 Aug

File containing photocopy of 'Deconstructing Yugoslavia', James Gow, Survival Vol XXXIII, No 4 Jul, Aug 1991, p 291-311. Also includes 'notes on J Gow article for Los Alamos conference, 19 Mar 1994', annotated, 2pp.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/17

1985, 1992

File of material relating to the London Conference on Yugoslavia, 26-28 August 1992, including: addresses to the conference; press releases; letters and background documents. Includes addresses to the conference by: Rt Hon Peter Alexander Rupert Carington, 6th Baron Carrington (Lord Carrington), European Community peace envoy; Dr Klaus Kinkel, Minister for Foreign Affairs, Federal Republic of Germany (Language: German with English translation); Hekmet Cetin, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Turkey; András Ágoston, President, Democratic Alliance of Hungarians in Vojvodina; Alfred Serreqi, Albanian Minister of Foreign Affairs; Kiro Gligorov, President of the Republic of Macedonia; Milan Panic, Prime Minister of Yugoslavia; Kiro Gligorov, President of the Republic of Macedonia; Josef Moravcik, Chairman in Office of the CSCE Council of Ministers; Hon Barbara McDougall, Secretary of State for External Affairs, Canada; Dr Alois Mock, Federal Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Austria; Willy Claes, Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Belgium; Uffe Ellemann-Jenson, Minister for Foreign Affairs, Denmark; Roland Dumas, French Foreign Minister (Language: French); H van den Broek, The Netherlands Minister for Foreign Affairs;Boutros Boutros-Ghali, UN Secretary General (Language: French). Press releases from the following: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania on compliance with the sanctions against Yugoslavia decided by the Security Council Resolutions, 22 Aug 1992; the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 27 Aug 1992 relating to 'Panic proposal for UN Observers on Yugoslav/Bosnian Border endorsed by Milosevic and Izetbegovic', and 'Major and Hurd praise Panic principles for peace'; statement by US Acting Secretary of State, Lawrence Eagleburger following the London Conference, 27 Aug 1992; and transcript of press conference given by John Major, British Prime Minister, Cyrus Vance, Boutros Boutros Ghali and Douglas Hurd, 27 Aug 1992; joint statement by the Index on Censorship and Faith Asylum Refuge, 26 Aug 1992; statement from the spokesman for the UN Secretary General [1992]; and statements from Bosnia-Herzegovina Information Centre [1992]. Letters include: Milan Panic, President of Federal Republic of Yugoslavia to Li Diaoyu, President of the UN Security Council, 17 Aug 1992; Joseph J DioGuardi, US Member of Congress to Douglas Hurd, British Foreign Minister, 21 Aug 1992; Members of the Parliament of the Republic of Kosova to the London Conference on Yugoslavia 26 Aug 1992; Background material includes: bound copy of European Community Conference on Yugoslavia. Background documents pack; 'Serbia and Montenegro', paper by the Co-Chairman; draft statement on Serbia and Montenegro, 27 Aug 1992; abstract to articles 'The opinions of the Badinter Arbitration Committee, A second breath for the self-determination of peoples' Alain Pellet, European Journal of International Law, Firenze, Vol 3 No 1 1992, and 'Faillite: le sort des crianciers', Jean-Reni Edighoffer, Chroniques d'actualité de la deseis, Paris T22, No 10, 15 Oct 1985; copy of speech of President Jacques Delors at the Special Session of European Parliament Committees on the Former Yugoslavia, Brussels, 10 Aug 1992; copy of article 'Development in Eastern and Central Europe: a new challenge for the community' [1992]; copy of article 'The Serbian policy of genocide against the Albanians in war and peace', Council for the Defence of Human Rights and Freedoms [1992].


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/18

1992-1995

File relating to the role of Rt Hon David Anthony Llewellyn Owen, Baron Owen of the City of Plymouth (Lord Owen), European Community (EC) mediator and co-chairman of the International Conference on the Former Yugoslavia 1992-1995, during conflict in Yugoslavia, including photocopies of: three public lectures at the London School of Economics given by Dr Cedric Thornberry, celebrating of the UN's Fiftieth Anniversary, entitled 'The development of international peacekeeping', 17 Jan 1995, ' Only the odd-numbered World Wars start in Sarajevo', 19 Jan 1994 and 'Peacekeeping in the nineties and beyond', 23 Jan 1994, 54pp; Photocopy of article 'Conflict in former Yugoslavia: quest for solutions', Susan L Woodward, Great Decisions 1994, 14pp; 1994 Sir Winston Churchill Memorial Lecture delivered by Rt Hon Lord Owen, 11 Mar 1994 at the Fondation Pescatore, Luxemburg, entitled 'Yugoslavia: the lessons for the European Union', 21pp; 1993 Churchill Lecture deliverd by Rt Hon Lord Owen, 'Yugoslavia', Guildhall, London, 25 Nov 1993, 22pp; XIX International Conference organised by the Pio Manzu Research Centre, the Gorbachev Foundation and Bologna University, Keynote address by Lord Owen titled 'The third round: the global enterprise in a world torn between neo-tribalism and the challenge of trans-national solidarity', Rimini, 17 Oct 1993, 24pp; note on on 'pre-Owen' meeting, 29 Mar 1994 and copy of topics for discussion with Lord Owen; Summary of Activity, Sep 1992-Feb 1994, from the International Conference on the Former Yugoslavia; four newpaper articles by Lord Owen, Jul 1992-Aug 1993; 'A framework for survival' Lord Owen, Journal of the Irish Colleges of Physicians and Surgeons, Vol 23, No 1, Jan 1994. Also contains United Nations Security Council material including Reports of the Secretary-General on the International Conference on Former Yugoslavia, 11 Nov 1992; Report of the Secretary-General on the activities of the International Conference on the Former Yugoslavia, 12 Mar 1993 and the copies of Resolutions 847 (1993), 30 Jun 1993, and Resolution 877 (1993), 21 Oct 1993.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/19

[1992-1995]

File containing 'Book extracts-Djukic's book' Photocopy of book Kako se dogodio vodza, Borbe za vlast u Srbiki posli Josipa Brosa [How the leader happened, The struggle for power in Serbia after Jodif Bros Tito], Slavoljub Djukic, 1992, p55-278, and typescript notes on its contents. Language: Serbo-Croat and English


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/20

1992

Photocopy of 'Political pluralism and the Yugoslav professional military', Anton Bebler, Chapter 6 in The tragedy of Yugoslavia: the failure of democratic transformation Jim Seroka and Vukasin Pavlovic (eds), Sharpe, London, 1992, p105,117,130-139


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/21

1992

Copy of Corax, Cartoon sketches by Predrag Koraksic, with introduction by Dusan Makavejev, Republika, Belgrade 1992.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/22

1993

Photocopy of Europe and Yugoslavia: lessons from a failure, Jonathan Eyal, Royal United Services Institute for Defense Studies, 1993, 80pp.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/23

1993

Photocopy of Le nettoyage ethnique. Documents historiques sur une idéologie serbe, Mirko Drazen Grmek, Marc Gjidara, Neven Simac, Fayard, Paris, 1993, p231-340. Language: French


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/24

1990

Photocopy of 'Yugoslavia: the great fall', Misha Glenny, The New York Review, 23 Mar 1995, and The rebirth of history: Eastern Europe in the age of democracy, Misha Glenny, Penguin, Harmondsworth, 1990, p118-142


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/25

1991-1992

Typescript text of lecture by James Gow on the impact of the Gulf War on Yugoslavia, [1992] 42pp, and photocopy of articles titled 'Deconstructing Yugoslavia' James Gow, Survival, Vol 33 No 4, Jul-Aug 1991, p291-311, and Yugoslav endgames: civil strife and interstate conflict, James Gow, Centre for Defence Studies, London, 1991, 64pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/26

[1994-1995]

Manuscript and typescript notes titled 'Hudelist – Kosovo' [1989-1995]. 5pp; Kosovo - Bitka bez iluzija (Kosovo - A fight without illusion) Darko Hudelist, Centar za informacije i publicitet, Zagreb, 1989, p17-341 Language: Serbo-Croat


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/27

1994

Photocopy of The impossible country: a journey through the last days of Yugoslavia Brian Hall, David R. Godine, 1994, p96-101, 203-218 300-307, 404-405


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/28

1990

Photocopy of The Islamic declaration. A programme for the Islamization of Muslims and the Muslim peoples Alija Izetbegovic, Alija Izetbegovic, Sarajevo, 1990, 78pp.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/29

1993

Photocopy of Moje videnje raspada: vojska bez drzave [My view of the breakdown], Veljko Kadijevic, Politika, Beograd, 1993, p1-165 Language: Serbo-Croat


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/30

1995

Typescript and manuscript notes on Kadijevic's book; 'Flashpoint Balkans' Paul Lendvai, The World Today 31 Mar 1995, 2pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/31

1994

Copy of edited draft of Ziva Bosna [Live Bosnia], Rusmir Mahmutcehajic Oslobodenje, Sarajevo, 1994. Language: Serbo-Croat


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/32

1993

Untitled extract of article by Noel Malcolm, The New Republic, 14 June 1993, relating to the polictical career of the Rt Hon David Anthony Llewellyn Owen, Baron Owen of the City of Plymouth (Lord Owen). 1pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/33

1994

Photocopy of Bosnia - a short history, Noel Malcolm, Macmillan, London, 1994, p206-297, and typescript and manuscript notes on its contents, 9pp;


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/34

1993

Photocopy of 'Sarajevo diary' Lewis MacKenzie, Maclean's, 6 Sep 1993, 6pp, and extracts of Peacekeeper - the Road to Sarajevo, Lewis MacKenzie, Douglas & MacIntyre, 1993, p164-181.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/35

[1994-1995]

Typescript notes on How we broke Yugoslavia Stipe Mesic, Globus International, Zagreb, 1992, 14pp.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/36

1994

Photocopy of 'Kosovo survives' Aryeh Neier, The New York Review, 3 Feb 1994, 3pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/37

1992

File containing photocopy of 'The Diplomatic round' John Newhouse The NewYorker, 24 Aug 1992, p60-71;


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/38

[1994-1995]

Typescript notes relating to a book titled Dobrica Cosic or a president without power, by Dragoslav Rancic, 6pp.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/39

1991

Photocopy of Serbia, news, comments, documents, facts, analysis, Republic of Serbia Ministry of Information, Belgrade, Oct 1991, 16pp


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/40

[1991-1995]

Photocopy of Political struggles in Serbia under the blockade, Svetozar Stojanovic, translated by Harley Wagler, 26pp.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/41

[1994-1995]

Typescript and manuscript notes on book by David Tasic, 11pp.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/42

1992

Photocopy of Breakdown: war and reconstruction in Yugoslavia, Yugofax, a project of War Report and the Helsinki Citizens Assembly, Anthony Borden (Ed), London 1992 p 1-81


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/43

1988

Photocopy of Olako obecana brzina [Easily promised speed], Dragisa Pavlovic, Globus, Zagreb, 1988. Also contains notes (in English) on the contents of the book. Language: Serbo-Croat and English


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/44

1989, 1994

Copies of transcript of Twenty-seventh meeting of Central Committee of League of Communists of Yugloslavia, 26 Sep 1989 (second part) 26pp (Language: Serbo-Croat), with English translation of sections of the transcript [1994] (2 versions).


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 5/45

1991-1992

File of maps and tables including photocopies of street map of Mostar (1992); colour copy of map titled 'Bosnia-Herzegovina 1991, The ethnic makeup of the Republic' published in War Report, Nov/Dec 1992; colour copy of 'Komsic's canton map' indicating 'Cantonal spatial subdivision Bosnia and Hercegovina - according 2+2+2 principle', and table of statistics of population by ethnic group.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 6 Survey of World Broadcasts (SWBs) prepared by BBC Worldwide.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 6/1

1986 May–Dec 1989

Photocopies and annotated of extracts from BBC Worldwide's Survey of World Broadcasts relating to events in Yugoslavia, including party meetings, speeches, reports on individuals and events, press releases and editorials, May 1986-Dec 1989.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 6/2

1990 Feb-Dec

Photocopies and annotated of extracts from BBC Worldwide's Survey of World Broadcasts relating to events in Yugoslavia, including party meetings, speeches, reports on individuals and events, press releases and editorials, Feb-Dec 1990.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 6/3

1991

Photocopies and annotated of extracts from BBC Worldwide's Survey of World Broadcasts relating to events in Yugoslavia, including party meetings, speeches, reports on individuals and events, press releases and editorials, 1991.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 6/4

1992 Jan-Apr

Photocopies and annotated of extracts from BBC Worldwide's Survey of World Broadcasts relating to events in Yugoslavia, including party meetings, speeches, reports on individuals and events, press releases and editorials, Jan-Apr 1992.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 6/5

1992 May-Dec

Photocopies and annotated of extracts from BBC Worldwide's Survey of World Broadcasts relating to events in Yugoslavia, including party meetings, speeches, reports on individuals and events, press releases and editorials, May-Dec 1992.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 6/6

1993 Apr- Jul

Photocopies and annotated of extracts from BBC Worldwide's Survey of World Broadcasts relating to events in Yugoslavia, including party meetings, speeches, reports on individuals and events, press releases and editorials, Apr-Jul 1993.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 6/7

1993 Aug- Nov

Photocopies and annotated of extracts from BBC Worldwide's Survey of World Broadcasts relating to events in Yugoslavia, including party meetings, speeches, reports on individuals and events, press releases and editorials, Aug-Nov 1993.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 6/8

1994 Jan-Apr

Photocopies and annotated of extracts from BBC Worldwide's Survey of World Broadcasts relating to events in Yugoslavia, including party meetings, speeches, reports on individuals and events, press releases and editorials, Jan-Apr 1994.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 6/9

1994 May-Aug

Photocopies and annotated of extracts from BBC Worldwide's Survey of World Broadcasts relating to events in Yugoslavia, including party meetings, speeches, reports on individuals and events, press releases and editorials, May-Aug 1994.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 6/10

1994 Sep-Nov

Photocopies and annotated of extracts from BBC Worldwide's Survey of World Broadcasts relating to events in Yugoslavia, including party meetings, speeches, reports on individuals and events, press releases and editorials, Sep-Nov 1994.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 6/11

1994 Dec–1995 Mar

Photocopies and annotated of extracts from BBC Worldwide's Survey of World Broadcasts relating to events in Yugoslavia, including party meetings, speeches, reports on individuals and events, press releases and editorials, Dec 1994-Mar 1995.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 7 Press cuttings, 1988-1996


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 7/1

1988 Jun-1993 Aug

Press cuttings and copies of newspaper articles relating to events in the former Yugoslavia, Jun 1988-Aug 1993, from the mainly British newpapers including The Guardian, The Times, The Financial Times, The Independent, The Herald Tribune, The Observer, The Sunday Times and The Independent on Sunday. Also includes list of relevant articles published in The Independent 20 Sep 1988-15 May 1992.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 7/2

1994 Feb-1994 Aug

Press cuttings and copies of newspaper articles relating to events in the former Yugoslavia Feb-Aug 1994, from the mainly British newpapers including The Guardian, The Times, The Financial Times, The Independent, The Herald Tribune, The Observer, The Sunday Times and The Independent on Sunday.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 7/3

1994 Aug-1994 Dec

Press cuttings and copies of newspaper articles relating to events in the former Yugoslavia, Aug-Dec 1994, from the mainly British newpapers including The Guardian, The Times, The Financial Times, The Independent, The Herald Tribune, The Observer, The Sunday Times and The Independent on Sunday.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 7/4

1994 Dec-1995 Feb

Press cuttings and copies of newspaper articles relating to events in the former Yugoslavia, Dec 1994-Feb 1995, from the mainly British newpapers including The Guardian, The Times, The Financial Times, The Independent, The Herald Tribune, The Observer, The Sunday Times and The Independent on Sunday.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 7/5

1995 Feb-1995 May

Press cuttings and copies of newspaper articles relating to events in the former Yugoslavia, Feb-May 1995, from the mainly British newpapers including The Guardian, The Times, The Financial Times, The Independent, The Herald Tribune, The Observer, The Sunday Times and The Independent on Sunday.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 7/6

1995 Jun-1995 Jul

Press cuttings and copies of newspaper articles relating to events in the former Yugoslavia, Jun-Jul 1995, from the mainly British newpapers including The Guardian, The Times, The Financial Times, The Independent, The Herald Tribune, The Observer, The Sunday Times and The Independent on Sunday.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 7/7

1995 Aug-1995 Oct

Press cuttings and copies of newspaper articles relating to events in the former Yugoslavia, Aug-Oct 1995, from the mainly British newpapers including The Guardian, The Times, The Financial Times, The Independent, The Herald Tribune, The Observer, The Sunday Times and The Independent on Sunday.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 7/8

1995 Oct-1995 Nov

Press cuttings and copies of newspaper articles relating to events in the former Yugoslavia, Oct-Nov 1995, from the mainly British newpapers including The Guardian, The Times, The Financial Times, The Independent, The Herald Tribune, The Observer, The Sunday Times and The Independent on Sunday.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 7/9

1995 Nov-1996 Jul

Press cuttings and copies of newspaper articles relating to events in the former Yugoslavia, Nov 1995-Jul 1996, from the mainly British newpapers including The Guardian, The Times, The Financial Times, The Independent, The Herald Tribune, The Observer, The Sunday Times and The Independent on Sunday.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8 Books and journals, 1989-1995


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/1

1989

The South Slav Journal. Volume 12, Number 3-4, Autumn-Winter, 1989.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/2

1989

Vanredna Skupstina Srpske Akademije Nauka i Umetnosti [Special Assembly of the Servian Academy of Arts and Sciences], Srpska Akademija Nauka i Umetnosti Predsednistvo, Beograd, 1989. Language: Serbo-Croat


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/3

1990

Samostojna Slovenija, 95 Nova Revija, Mesecnik za kulturo [Independent Slovenia, 95th New Review, A Cultural Monthly], Letnik IX Marec 1990. Language: Slovene


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/4

1990

Majstori mraka. Zatvorski zapisi [Masters of darkness, Jail dairies], Azem Vllasi, Globus, Zagreb, 1990. Language: Serbo-Croat


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/5

1991

The persecution of the Serbs in Croatia in 1990-1991, Association of Serbs from Croatia, Serb Orthodox Church, Serbian autonomous region of Krajina, Belgrade, 1991.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/6

1991

Information of the new crime of genocide against the Serbian people within the administrative borders of Croatia, The Association of University Teachers and Scholars of Serbia, Belgrade, 1991.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/7

1991

Never again: Ustashi genocide in the independent state of Croatia (NDH) from 1941-1945, Milan Bulajic, Ministry of Information for the Republic of Serbia, Belgrade, 1991.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/8

1991

Writers Journal Special Edition: The case of Slovenia, Niko Grafenauer (Ed), Nova Revija, Ljubljana, Yugoslavia, July 1991.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/9

1991

Nasiljem i Zlocinom Protiv Prava [Violence and crime against rights], Hrvatska, Beograd, 1991. Language: Serbo-Croat


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/10

1991

A conspiracy of silence. Genocide in the Independent State of Croatia and concentration camp Jasenovac, Slobodan Kljakic, The Ministry of Information of the Republic of Serbia, Belgrade, 1991.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/11

1991

The extermination of Serbs on the territory of the independent state of Croatia, Rastislav Petrovic, Ministry of Information for the Republic of Serbia, Belgrade, 1991.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/12

1991

Frontiers and internal territorial division in Yugoslavia, Miodrag Zecevic and Bogdan Lekic, Ministry of informationof he Republic of Servia, Belgrade, 1991.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/13

1992

Kopnaop, Issue 7, Banja Luka. Language: Bosnian-Serbo


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/14

1992

Ustasha crimes of genocide. Tudjman's 'Jasenovac myth', Milan Bulajic, The Ministry of Information of the Republic of Serbia, Belgrade, 1992.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/15

1992

Izza Barikad [Behind the barricades], Pavla Celik, Ljubljana, 1992. Language: Slovene


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/16

1992

The fall of Yugoslavia. The Third Balkan War, Misha Glenny, Penguin, London, 1992.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/17

1992

Legitimacy and the military: the Yugoslav crisis, James Gow, Pinter, London, 1992.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/18

1992

The Southeast European Yearbook 1991, ELIAMEP, The Hellenic Foundation for Defense and Foreign Policy, Athens, 1992.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/19

1992

'Lijepa Moja. Hrvatska Svjedcenja', Hrvoje Hitrec, Azur Journal, Zagreb 1992. Language: Serbo-Croat


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/20

1992

Ustavna demokracija: graditev slovenske demokracije, drzave in ustave [Constiutional democracy: the building of the Slovenian democracy, country and consitution] Peter Jambrek, Drzavnazal, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 1992. Language: Slovene


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/21

1992

Crimes of the State of Croatia '91, Military Museum, Belgrade, [1992].


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/22

1992

On the sunny side of the Alps. Slovenija, Ministry of Tourism and Catering, Ljubjana, 1992.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/23

1992

Croatia file, Republic of Croatia, Ministry of Information, Zagreb, 1992.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/24

1992

Pred usodnimi odlucitvami [Facing fateful decisions], Joze Smole, Ljubliana, Oct 1992. Language: Slovene


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/25

1992

Yugoslavia on the boundary between East and West, Dr Vlado Strugar, The Ministry of Information of the Republic of Serbia, Belgrade, 1992.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/26

1992

Breakdown: War and reconstruction in Yugoslavia, YUGOFAX, a Project of War Report and the Helsinki Citizens Assembly, Institute for War and Peace Reporting, London, 1992.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/27

1992

Slovinja Proti Jugoslaviji [Slovenia versus Yugoslavia], Victor Zakelj, Borut Suklja, Brako Rotar, Vojko Volk and Darja Lavtizar-Bebler, Ljubljana, 1992. (2 copies) Language: Slovene


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/28

1992

The uprooting: a dossier of the Croatian genocide policy against the Serbs, Bozidar Zecevic (ed), Velauto International, Belgrade, 1992.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/29

1993

Nationalities Papers (Special Edition) Voices from the Slovene nation, 1990-1992, Vol 21 No 1, Spring 1993. (2 copies)


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/30

1993

Serbia, Apr-May 1993.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/31

1993

Prehod cez rdece morje [Crossing the red sea], France Bucar, Zalozba Mihelac, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 1993. Language: Slovene


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/32

1993

The role of the Vatican in the break up of the Yugoslav state. The mission of the Vatican in the Independent State of Croatia, Milan Bulajic, The Ministry of Information of the Republic of Serbia, Belgrade, 1993.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/33

1993

Historical maps of Croatia. From the Penguin Atlas of World History, Croatian Information Centre, Zagreb, 1993.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/34

1993

Demokratska Stranka Srbije, Program i Statut [Democratic party of Serbia, programme and statutes], Dosije, Beograd, 1993. Language: Serbo-Croat


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/35

1993

Bosnia-Herzegovina. Chronicle of an announced death, Vesna Hadzivukovic, Milivoje Icanisevic, Danko Tanaskovic, Centre for Geopolitical Studies, Belgrade, 1993.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/36

1993

The Southeast European Yearbook 1992, ELIAMEP, The Hellenic Foundation for Defense and Foreign Policy, Athens, 1993.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/37

1993

Nationality and citizenship. A discussion, Helsinki Citizens Assembly, London, 1993.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/38

1993

Ethnic cleansing of Croats in Bosnia and Herzegovina 1991-1995, Office of the President of the Croatian Community of Herzegovina-Bosnia, Mostar, Aug 1993.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/39

1993

Slovenci & Prihodnost, Nova Revija [New Review], Ljubljana, 1993. Language: Slovene


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/40

1993

Odcarana Slovenija [Slovenia awaken] , Dimitrij Rupel, Mihelac, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 1993. Language: Slovene


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/41

1993

Obranili Domovino [They defended the motherland], Janez J Svajncer, Viharnik, Ljubljana, 1993. Language: Slovene


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/42

1993

The Balkan conflict and international reaction: American and Serbian options, Raju G C Thomas, Belgrade, 1993.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/43

1993

Bankrupt in the Balkans, Jane M O Sharp, Institute for Public Policy Research, London, 1993.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/44

1994

Sarajevo, Na Kraju Svijeta [Sarajevo at the end of the world], Gojko Beric, Oslobodenje, Sarajevo, 1994. Language: Bosnian-Serb


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/45

1994

The media happened to be there, the war in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Raphael Horowitz, Republic of Serbia, 1994.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/46

1994

A Dictionary of misconceptions. A hundred falsities about Serbia and Serbs and answers to them, The Ministry of Information of the Republic of Serbia, Belgrade, 1994.


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/47

1994

Zapisi iz srpskih logora [Memoirs from Serb camps] Damir Plavsic, ZKSV, Zagreb, 1994. Language: Serbo-Croat


DEATHOFYUGOSLAVIA 8/48

1995

Foreign Affairs. The Islamic Cauldron, with article by Misha Glenny 'Balkan war fever', May-Jun 1995.

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