Yugoslav wars photographs/videostotalnotito cool-things, DankHistoryAdjust content blockingContent Blocking Block Politics?nextrandomComment Prev Next ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPHS AND VIDEOS FROM THE YUGOSLAV WARS Explained and informative Enjoy SOCIALISM'S DOWNFALL Borovo naselje, Vukovar, 1991. (modern day Croatia) A five-pointed star amidst destroyed and burned buildings, symboling the fall of the socialist regime. Kind of poetic.THE CEMETERY OF TANKS Trpinja, 1991 (modern day Croatia) A photograph picturing a destroyed T-55 tank of the Yugoslav national army. In the first days of the siege of Vukovar, Yugoslav national army stormed towards the city in order to cut off main supply lines. Expecting low resistance, thus largely unprepared, a fair number of armored vehicles of the Yugoslav army were destroyed while entering Trpinja. Croatian paramilitary forces destroyed over 30 pieces of vast types of armored vehicles on this road, thus the name "Tank cemetery" (number of destoyed vehicles might have been subjected and changed in favor of propaganda)TANK CEMETERY VIDEO Trpinja, 1991. (modern day Croatia) A video recording filmed by a member of the Croatian paramilitary forces showing the Tank cemetery afer a series of clashes with the Yugoslav army. The person in the dark-blue outfit is general-mayor Blago Zadro, who led the defense of Vukovar during it's siege. Blago Zadro was killed on 16th October 1991 by a Yugoslav machine gun nest while leading his team into operation.THE GIRL IN THE BLUE COAT Vukovar, 1991. (modern day Croatia) As the Yugoslav army broke Croatian paramilitary resistance, massive evacuations of the city were carried out by the Yugoslav army. The picture shows a crying child as her and her parents are evacuated from their home in VukovarTHE RED FIĆO Osijek, 1990 (modern day Croatia) Yugoslav national army preparing to leave Osijek, as the Croatian parliament put the succession act of leaving Yugoslavia into action. Series of armored vehicles of the Yugoslav army storm the main street of the city of Osijek, wrecking havoc and shooting firearms into the air in order to scare the citizens and signal the oncoming war. In protest, a man stops his red Zastava 850, commonly called "Fićo", in front of the raging army, thinking the tanks will stop. The driver of the tank that destroyed the car was held at gunpoint by his commander, and was told that he'd be killed if he doesn't run over the car.BOŠKO AND ADMIRA Vrbanja bridge, Sarajevo 1993. (modern day Bosnia and Herzegovina) Boško and Admira, two lovers from Sarajevo tried crossing the Vrbanja bridge in order to get to Grbavica, a neighbourhood of Sarajevo. While attempting to cross the bridge, thus being seen by both conflicted sides (Bosnian paramilitary and the Yugoslav army), a sniper shot striked Boško and he was killed on the spot. Admira, wounded by the sniper, crawled to Boško and died on top of him. This Romeo and Juliet of the Yugoslav wars sparked international outrage, and their death angered both sides of the conflict, since Boško was an orthodox Serb and Admira was a Bosniak muslim. The side and person behind the sniper remain unknown, or debated at best.BOŠKO AND ADMIRA by ZABRANJENO PUŠENJE A song depicting the tragedy depicted in the mentioned photograph. I thought it was cool so I put it here as well.LOOK OUT, SNIPER! Sarajevo, 1993. (modern day Bosnia and Herzegovina) A sign placed by civilians warning of a sniper killing anyone who crosses the point behind the sign. Civilian-killing snipers were common during the war, and were mostly radicalized civilians that managed to get ahold of a sniper rifle or a similiar weapon.OH ALIJA, ALJO ** A propaganda song made by radicalized Serbs that talks of the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the alliance of Bosnia with Croatia.**THE LOG REVOLUTION Knin, 1990 (modern day Croatia) Serbian rebel forces block major roads and pathways in Knin region. The name "log revolution" derives from the fact that Serbian rebels blocked the roads using massive trees and rocks. Following the revolution, a major part of Croatia fell into rebel hands, forming SAO Krajina, a Serbian artifical country under Yugoslav control. The formation of SAO Krajina greatly pushed back the Croatian defense of coastal regions, aiding the Yugoslav army in the ocupation.AHMIĆI MASSACRE Ahmići, 1992 (modern day Bosnia and Herzergovina) Croatian army clashed with Bosnian paramilitary forces in central Bosnia. After breaking Bosnian resistance in Ahmići, Croatian forces broke into the village, killing civilians, including children. Croatian council of defense and the Jokeri unit arrived from three sides in order to attack the village and claim the strategic points. Civilians, escaping the clashes, ran south of the village and were met by an another unit of the Croatian army who shot and killed them. 104 civilians were killed in this operation Darko Kordić, the main commander of the operation, was later sentenced to 25 years in prison, as the massacre was officially dubbed as a crime against humanity. More about Yugoslav wars? Yes, videos and photographs Yes, propaganda materials No Multiple votes allowed! Vote! 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