Yugoslavia: The Avoidable War

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Part Two

A documentary which traces how crucial mistakes made by the West helped lead to the unnecessary breakup of Yugoslavia in 1991, culminating in the devastating NATO bombing campaign in 1999

Crucial mistakes? Read this.

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6 Responses

  1. D.W. says:

    This documentary is full of holes! Some of the comments are taken out of context and I would consider it to be nothing more than Serbian propaganda. If you want to find out what really happened in the Balkans, you’ll have to look elsewhere. D.W.

  2. Ed says:

    Could you elaborate? Perhaps any pointers to ‘elsewhere’?

  3. Marvin says:

    With so many lies uncovered as bosnian-muslim propaganda (such as the infamous death camp picture to name just one) , I don’t think we can accept the bosnian-muslim version as the truth while dismissing all other versions as propaganda. Rather, we should expect all versions as questionable, view them critically and connect the dots where ever we may find them. I for one, do not any longer believe we were told the truth about the bosnian conflict. On open mind is necessary in order to assess this conflict and, perhaps in the future, armor ourselves against propaganda who’s purpose is almost exclusively to kill innocent people.

  4. Peter says:

    @D.W.

    What holes ? After killing 700000 Serbs in WWII and again killing them with big help of nazis and USA, shame on you all !

  5. Svetac says:

    This is well known truth about everything that happened in Yugoslavia. There is no such a black holes or something like that you just need to read history of Balkans from 1900 until now and you can guess what will happen. If you are asking me Serbs were guilty for everything is a just whashing hands from dirty business what europe and usa done to them. After 20 years we r in position to review roles and actors who was a victim and who was a killer. Anyhow this will not help Serbs cos this kind of true story comes to late.

  6. Joe says:

    @DW ,

    Could you be so kind to put some links for yours elsewhere? Maybe on some wermarcht web site?

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