"As the snow cleared in the spring of 1995, it became obvious to Nasar Oric, the man who led the Bosnian Muslim fighters, that the Bosnian Serb army was going to attack Srebrenica to stop him from attacking Serb villages. So he and a large number of his fighters slipped out of town."
posted on 07/15/2005 9:59:13 AM PDT
As I understand it, by summer 1995 it was pretty much a given that the safe-areas in the east would fall. The muslim government pretty much knew this (thus evacuated their generals) and relied on retaining the towns by involving the UN.
I believe the Serb leadership pretty much knew krajina was gone by then as well.
Is "Muslim courage" kind of like "Serb courage" in Krajina 1995?
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