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  • Within little more than a day the red-and-white checkerboard flag of Croatia was flying once more over the castle high above the Krajina's 'capital' of Knin.

    'Operation Storm'

  • Virtually that entire population, a fixture in the Krajina since the days of Maria Theresa, was either expelled or intimidated into flight by a military operation as comprehensive, and perhaps even as ruthless, as the ethnic cleansing of the Krajina's Croatian inhabitants by the Serbs during the Serbo-Croat war of 1991.

    The Choice in the Balkans

  • By force of arms, as impressive as it was illegal, the Croats have accomplished what years of negotiation could never have achieved for them — they have recovered the gateway to the Dalmatian coast, with its lucrative tourist industry, without having to give political autonomy to the Krajina's Serbian population.

    The Choice in the Balkans

  • Goran Hadzic in beret arriving at a session of the Serb republic of Krajina's parliament, April 1993.

    The Guardian World News

  • Their bills were almost the same as Krajina's, but they issued fewer and didn't issue currency after 1993.


  • This was "Storm", i.e. Honest Bill Clinton's US (MPRI) attack of August-September 1995 on Krajina's native population, Serbs.

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