By Jerry Blaskovich
Is an instantaneous accounting of the conflict within the former Yugoslavia as visible throughout the eyes of a U.S. physician who in my opinion witnessed the atrocities of the battle from the Croatian viewpoint. An onslaught of books have lately been released in regards to the plight of the conflict in former Yugoslavia. with the exception of a number of those books are written completely from the Serbian standpoint. This publication exhibits the different aspect of the tale the Croation facet with information of the battle from an insider's view off and on the battlefield
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On Friday, December 13, 1991, a friend arrived in our basement and said that Chetniks had started to slaughter villagers in the other part of the village called Busija. " The Dorics were beaten with wooden rods, stomped by Serbs wearing boots, then tied to a tree for five days without food. A number of times they were blindfolded, and had the barrel of a gun placed in their mouths--which was fired repeatedly on empty chambers. Evil incarnate descended on that cold Friday the 13th day of December 1991.
The Serbs, in their haste to retreat, left behind a number of credible witnesses. Their accounts agree on the essential details of the slaughter. Most of the surviving Croatians lived because their Serbian neighbors warned them about what the Serbian forces had planned for them. Thirteen found refuge in a small basement in the remains of what was once called a house; a number of others hid in cornfields, or in a pigsty. Probably the Serbs’ most grotesque act was when they handcuffed a 23 year old Croatian and hung him by his arms high on a tree limb across the road from the Catholic Church.
Looking for a convenient scapegoat for their inertia, the other Western governments chastised Germany for prematurely recognizing Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina. Yet Britain and France, who had been the loudest critics of Germany, voted in the affirmative in the European Community’s (EC) unanimous decision to support recognition. Germany, was the only Western country to take a moral stand when they protested the barbaric atrocities, indiscriminate shelling of non-combatant civilians in cities like Dubrovnik, and the leveling of Vukovar.