, Yugoslavia [now in Slovenia]), Yugoslav revolutionary and statesman.
He was secretary-general (later president) of the Communist Party (League of Communists) of Yugoslavia (1939–80), supreme commander of the Yugoslav Partisans (1941–45) and the Yugoslav People’s Army (1945–80), and marshal (1943–80), premier (1945–53), and Josip Broz was born to a large peasant family in Kumrovec, northwest of Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, of a Croat father and a Slovene mother.
LOUIS — Sinan Jasarevic remembers being able to play in his neighborhood park without worrying about land mines.
Vedran Marjanovic was judged unfairly at a new school.
A former country of southeast Europe bordering on the Adriatic Sea.
A first attempt to establish a South Slavic confederation, The Kingdom of Yugoslavia, formed in 1918 in the aftermath of the First World War but did not survive the outbreak of the Second World War; although a second attempt, the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, formed in 1943, was originally more stable.The repercussions of the bloody break-up of Yugoslavia continue to make media headlines today, as recently illustrated by the arrests of Yugoslav war crimes suspects former Serbian General Ratko Mladic (May 2011) and Croatian-Serb General Goran Hadzic (July 2011), both of whom have been indicted for war crimes and crimes against humanity in relation to atrocities committed during the Yugoslav wars of the 1990s.In this article, guest author Simon Andrew discusses the decline of Yugoslavia in the years following the death of iconic Yugoslav leader, Josip Broz Tito.For which of those goods did the Yugoslav People’s Army have an obligation to allow passage, and to what conditions could it subject such a free passage? What reactions to such a proposal can be expected from the Croats and from the Yugoslav authorities?Do they have an obligation to allow such an evacuation? What reaction can be expected from local and international public opinion? The hospital of Vukovar is no longer able to cope with the number of wounded soldiers and civilians.