A ceremony was especially welcomed in Knin, where the President and the passengers were welcomed by the members of the Fourth and Seventh Guard Brigade, who unlocked the royal town with the joint forces. At 18 and 11 minutes the train arrived in Split. Thousands of Splinch were delightedly welcomed the arrival of January 2019 calendar To Print and followed Tuđman’s address at Split’s waterfront. His speech was often interrupted with delighted applause and scandal, and the current for history came when the president assembled the people asked: What else do I have to promise you? Today 25.08.1991. is considered the beginning of the battle for Vukovar. Fighting in the city and around the city, with the wounded and wounded, took place since May 1991, but on that day the city was attacked from all directions by all available “JNA” weapons, including aircraft. On that day, the “Yugoslav People’s Army” all the time before the attack acted as restraint and neutrality as the “buffer zone of the conflicting sides” openly fell to the side of the aggressor in moments when it was apparent that the regular Croatian police forces slowly took over the field over Serbian terrorists and paramilitary formations.
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Seeing War of Happiness could turn to the Croatian side, “the JNA” put all its potentials, armed and equipped the complete war machine with paramilitary Serb forces and joined in a general attack on Vukovar. It was the 87-day siege of the Croatian town of Vukovar by the “Yugoslav People’s Army “With the help of Serbian paramilitary forces from August to November 1991 during the Homeland War. The battle ended with the defeat of the National Guard and MUP units, the great destruction of Vukovar and numerous murders and the persecution of the Croatian population. The castle was completely destroyed and occupied on November 18, 1991.
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According to the specialised electronic portal on Homeland War On Line, the total number of injured Croatian fighters, guards and police officers, is estimated at about 2,500. About 7,000 people, civilians and soldiers, ended after the fall of the town in camps in Serbia. About 1,000 civilians were killed, of which 86 children, of whom the youngest was six months (Ivan), who was killed by the debris of the Serbian grenade while his father Pave was in his hands (wounded in that attack, and he soon died ).
There were 2,500 people, out of which 570 were other permanent invalids. There are 858 children left without one or both parents. Almost 500 missing Samovars are being searched. According to the same specialised electronic portal, the total number of killed JNA soldiers and Nietzsche forces in the wider area of January 2019 calendar To Print is estimated to be up to 8,000 killed, up to 15,000 wounded and 400 -600 destroyed tanks, armoured vehicles and transport vehicles (JNA recognises 110) and about 20 destroyed aircraft and helicopters (“JNA” recognises two).