Report of the International Commission to Inquire into the Causes and Conduct of the Balkan Wars
Published 1914 by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
in the Balkans
it is impossible to avoid the reproach of a party, if one does not take sides with it against the others
One thing is for sure, one cannot logically argue for Kosovo independence under the KLA remnants and then demand that the Serbs be forced to remain as part of Bosnia.
That is the West's new Balkan paradox.
What you fail to note is the 20,000 Bosnian Muslims who fought gleefully in the SS. As a percentage of able bodies Muslims at the time, it is a huge percent. Roughly, Bosnian Muslims served as a higher percentage in the SS than did Americans in all branches of service during WWII.
In Kosovo and Metohija one found a similar story, in certain extremist areas, the Albanian population were zealous pro-Nazi's
In Croatia & Dalmatia, great masses of troops were sent all over Europe helping the master race
But the highest percentage of population devoted to Gross Deutschland was of course in Solvenia whose inhabitants became German citizens.
This stands in great contrast to the participation of Serbs who were murdered by the hundreds of thousands
Your characterisation is a insult to those millions of innocent who perished in the Holocaust