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REPUBLIC OF SRPSKA PRESIDENCY 1 (1) (2001)
The arrest, abuse and killing of Serbs in former B&H began in an organized manner in April 1992, immediately after the secession of this former Yugoslav republic. The combined Moslem and Croat forces resumed the brutal and bloodthirsty practices of their Ustashi forefathers in the 11 World War, but now on an even more hideous scale. The truth about the sufferings of the Serbs in the Croatian and Moslems prisons and concentration camps has not been able to penetrate to the world public either through the foreign media or through the official representatives of foreign countries, although they were duly informed about it. However documents have been collected on the aggression of the Republic of Croatia's (approx. 60,000 strong) armed forces against the Serb nation in B&H and on the individual suffering and collective disaster of the Serbs in the Croatian-Moslem controlled areas. Only the Serbs in the FR of Yugoslavia and the diaspora have understood their catastrophic position. Countless appeals have been sent to them from the Republic of Srpska and the Republic of Serbian Krajina to understand and help in spreading the truth about this new tragedy for the Serb nation. REPUBLIC OF SRPSKA PRESIDENCY No. 0 1 - 1 049/92. Pale, 30.8.1992.
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