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by Miroslav Hadzic

  • ISBN: 0754616428
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Miroslav Hadzic
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Ashgate Pub Ltd; First Edition edition (November 1, 2002)
  • Pages: 306
  • ePub book: 1733 kb
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The Yugoslav People's Agony book. This book describes and analy This volume examines the period from the death of the Yugoslav People's Army (YPA), to its resurrection as a Serbian army

The Yugoslav People's Agony book. This book describes and analy This volume examines the period from the death of the Yugoslav People's Army (YPA), to its resurrection as a Serbian army. Miroslav Hadzic has spent his career in the YPA and therefore he knows the institution, and most of the major players, very well. Recently arrested for his writings by the regime, this author is an analyst of army matters.

The Yugoslav People's Army, also called the Yugoslav National Army, was the military of Yugoslavia from 1945 to 1992. The origins of the JNA can be found in the Yugoslav Partisans of World War II. As part of the anti-fascist People's Liberation War of Yugoslavia, the People's Liberation Army of Yugoslavia (NOVJ), a predecessor of the JNA, was formed in the Bosnian town of Rudo on 22 December 1941.

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The Yugoslav People's Agony" is the name of the book written by Professor Dr. Miroslav Hadžić. The publishing of the book was enabled by Fund for Open Society from Belgrade.

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Miroslav Hadžić, The Yugoslav People’s Agony: The Role of the Yugoslav People’s Army (London: Ashgate, 2002)Google Scholar. Hadžić, Miroslav Sudbina Partijske Vojske (Belgrade: Samizdat, 2001). 31. Ljubodrag Stojadinović, General Sunce: Od uspona i servilnosti do pomračenja i pobune (Belgrade: Evro, 2002).

Yugoslav People's Army. Croatia initiated a siege of the Yugoslav Army's barracks, leaving its soldiers without food, water or electricity for weeks. For other uses, see Yugoslav Army (disambiguation). Yugoslav People's Army. Some Croatian citizens deserted from the Yugoslav Army and began joining Croatian military forces. Senior officers of the Yugoslav Army also defected to the Croatia, including Air Force Commander-in-Chief Colonel General Anton Tus. In August 1991, the battle of Vukovar began. This was the biggest battle in the War in Croatia after operations Storm and Flash.

The Yugoslav people’s agony: The role of the Yugoslav People’s Army. This book will be of great interest to all students and scholars with an interest in special forces and of strategic and military studies in general. Demythologising Dhofar: British policy, military strategy, and counter-insurgency in Oman, 1963-1976. Croatia's bitter harvest: Total National Defence's role in the Croatian War of Independence.

This volume examines the period from the death of the Yugoslav People's Army (YPA), to its resurrection as a Serbian army. Miroslav Hadzic has spent his career in the YPA and therefore he knows the institution, and most of the major players, very well. Recently arrested for his writings by the regime, this author is an analyst of army matters. This book describes and analyzes how the YPA became involved in the operetta war in Slovenia, the Serb-Croat war in Croatia; the triangular war in Bosnia; and the anti-guerrilla war in Kosovo. It also looks at the gradual subordination of the YPA to Milosevic and the prospects for its professional transformation. Analyzing the factors for establishing democratic civil control over the army in Serbian society, this book will be of extreme interest to scholars of military studies, geopolitics, international relations more generally and sociology.