Balkan Battlegrounds: A Military History of the Yugoslav Conflicts, 1990-1995, with Maps

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Diane Publishing Company, 2002 - History - 501 pages
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A comprehensive, annotated, map-referenced military history of the series of armed conflicts that embroiled the former Yugoslavia between the 1990 run-up to the Slovenian declaration of independence & the Dayton Accords of 1995. It was researched & written by two CIA intelligence analysts assigned to follow military developments in the region throughout that period. These analysts reported on & analyzed the conflict on a daily bases. Many military analysts in the intelligence community contributed to this book. A retrospective compilation of the battles fought that has been painstakingly drawn from open sources, map analyses, & the day-to-day observations. Includes a complete set of color maps in a separate slipcase.

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David C. Isby lives in Arlington, VA.

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