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mzk
Post 30 Nov 2017, 15:11
Hello, not sure if this is the best place to start this thread but anyone can reccomend some good books on the conflict. I can't find any good ones that aren't filled with western propaganda. thanks!
Post 05 Dec 2017, 00:48
Are you referring to the WW2 in Yugoslavia or the wars in the 90-ies?
mzk
Post 26 Dec 2017, 21:34
The wars in the 90's. Thanks for the reply
Post 21 Jan 2018, 14:11
I'm not sure whether you're fluent in serbocroatian language as the books i'm recommending can only be read in that language:
- Veljko Kadijević - Moje vidjenje raspada (My view of the breakup)
- Branko Mamula - Slučaj Jugoslavija (Case Yugoslavia)

Kadijević was the federal minister of defense at the time of SFRY's breakup and i hold him personally responsible for not initiating a coup d'etat. But that's just my opinion so you better form your own.
Mamula was also the federal minister of defense but in the mid-80s prior to Kadijević.
Post 10 Aug 2018, 21:15
Try To Kill a Nation by Michael Parenti. I have to admit I only read half of it, but it's readable and written from a fact-based perspective that challenges, indeed demolishes, the Western propaganda narrative. However, he skates dangerously close to genocide denial when it comes to Srebrenica.
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