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