Bosnie War

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Bosnie War
Part of the Yugoslav Wars
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The executive cooncil biggin burns efter bein hit bi artillery fire in Sarajevo Mey 1992; Ratko Mladić wi Airmy o Republika Srpska officers; a Norse UN soldier in Sarajevo.
Date 1 Mairch[1][2] 1992 – 14 December 1995
(3 years, 8 months, 3 weeks and 5 days)
Location Bosnie an Herzegovinae
Result

Militar stalemate

Belligerents

1992:

Bosnie an Herzegovinae Republic o Bosnie an Herzegovinae
 Croatia
Croatie Republic o Herzeg-Bosnie Croatie Commonty o Herzeg-Bosnia

1992:

Flag of Republika Srpska.svg Republika Srpska
Socialist Federal Republic o Yugoslavie SFR Yugoslavia
State Flag of Serbian Krajina (1991).svg Republic o Serbie Krajina

1992–94:

Bosnie an Herzegovinae Republic o Bosnie an Herzegovinaea

1992–94:

 Croatian Republic of Herzeg-Bosnia
 Croatie

1992–1994:

Flag of Republika Srpska.svg Republika Srpska
State Flag of Serbian Krajina (1991).svg Republic o Serbie Krajina
AP Wastren Bosnie (from 1993)
Supportit bi:
Serbie an Montenegro FR Yugoslavie

1994–95:

Bosnie an Herzegovinae Republic o Bosnie an Herzegovinae
 Croatia
NATO NATO
(bombin operations, 1995)

1994–1995:

Flag of Republika Srpska.svg Republika Srpska
State Flag of Serbian Krajina (1991).svg Republic o Serbie Krajina
AP Wastren Bosnie
Supportit bi:
Serbie an Montenegro FR Yugoslavie
Commanders an leaders

Bosnie an Herzegovinae Alija Izetbegović
(Preses o Bosnie an Herzegovinae) Bosnie an Herzegovinae Haris Silajdžić
(Prime Meenister o Bosnie an Herzegovinae) Bosnie an Herzegovinae Sefer Halilović
(ARBiH Chief o Staff 1992–1993) Bosnie an Herzegovinae Rasim Delić
(ARBiH Commander o the General Staff 1993–1995) Bosnie an Herzegovinae Enver Hadžihasanović
(ARBiH Chief o Staff 1992–1993)


NATO Leighton W. Smith
(Commander AFSOUTH)

an ithers

Croatie Franjo Tuđman
(Preses o Croatie) Croatie Gojko Šušak
(Meenister o Defence o Croatie)
Croatie Janko Bobetko
(HV Chief o Staff 1992–1995)


Croatie Republic o Herzeg-Bosnie Mate Boban
(Preses o CR Herzeg-Bosnie)
Croatie Republic o Herzeg-Bosnie Milivoj Petković
(HVO Chief o Staff)

Croatie Republic o Herzeg-Bosnie Dario Kordić
(Vice preses o CR Herzeg-Bosnie)
an ithers

Serbie an MontenegroSerbie Slobodan Milošević
(Preses o Serbie) Republika Srpska Radovan Karadžić
(Preses o Republika Srpska) Republika Srpska Ratko Mladić
(VRS Chief o Staff) Serbie an Montenegro Momčilo Perišić
(VJ Chief o Staff) Serbie an MontenegroSerbie Vojislav Šešelj
(paramilitar leader)


Fikret Abdić (Actin Preses o AP Wastren Bosnie)

an ithers
Strenth
ARBiH:
110,000 truips
100,000 reserves
40 tanks
30 APCs[5]
HVO:
45,000–50,000 truips[6]
75 tanks
50 APCs
200 artillery pieces[7]
HV:
15,000 truips[8]
VRS:
80,000 truips
300 tanks
700 APCs
800 artillery pieces[9]
AP Wastren Bosnie:
4,000–5,000 truips[10]
Casualties an losses
30,521 soldiers killed
31,583 ceevilians killed[3][4]
6,000 soldiers killed
2,484 ceevilians killed[3][4]
21,173 soldiers killed
4,179 ceevilians killed[3][4]
addeetional 5,100 killed in unkent circumstances[11]

a Frae 1992 tae 1994, the Republic o Bosnie an Herzegovinae wisna supportit bi the majority o Bosnie Croats an Serbs (wha each haed thair ain hostile entities). Consequently, it representit mainly the Bosniak (Bosnie Muslim) ethnic group in Bosnie an Herzegovinae itsel. The post-war Bosnie an Herzegovinae encompasses aw three Bosnie ethnic groups.


b Atween 1994 an 1995, the Republic o Bosnie an Herzegovinae wis supportit bi, an representit, baith ethnic Bosniaks an Bosnie Croats. This wis primarily acause o the Washington Agreement.

The Bosnie War wis an internaitional airmed conflict that teuk place in Bosnie an Herzegovinae atween 1992 an 1995.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. http://www.glassrpske.com/novosti/vijesti_dana/Godisnjica-ubistva-srpskog-svata-na-Bascarsiji/18496.html
  2. http://www.mojenovosti.com/index.php?option=btg_novosti&catnovosti=&idnovost=8888#.V93JbTUufN4
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 Calic, Marie–Janine (2012). "Ethnic Cleansing and War Crimes, 1991–1995". In Ingrao, Charles W.; Emmert, Thomas A. Confronting the Yugoslav Controversies: A Scholars' Initiative. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press. pp. 139–140. ISBN 978-1-55753-617-4.  Footnotes in source identify numbers as June 2012.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 "Spolna i nacionalna struktura žrtava i ljudski gubitci vojnih formacija (1991–1996)". Prometej. 
  5. Ramet 2010, p. 130
  6. Christia 2012, p. 154
  7. Ramet 2006, p. 450
  8. Mulaj 2008, p. 53.
  9. Finlan 2004, p. 21
  10. Ramet 2006, p. 451
  11. After years of toil, book names Bosnian war dead

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