Mikolaj Posted January 23, 2015 #151 Share Posted January 23, 2015 (edited) Exactly as you say, there is much more to learn about history of this area and i would rather not talk about that ( only reason is that i hope and believe that future generations will 'write' much better history then those before them and i don't like going back ). For now, by my humble opinion, truth is that many people in ex Yugoslavian countries ( mainly Serbia, Croatia and Bosnia - especially in Bosnia ) are still living in the past - on the expense of those who would rather see progress and love in future. One more thing, it is hard to find unbiased source of informations. Well to tell you the truth I know much about Croatian history. I would say more than average Croatian historian. Also I know enough of Bosnia and Serbia history. Kosovo didnt studied in details. But still I dont know what made you smile in my previous post. I wrote just facts. That Croatian army protects Serbian minority in Kosovo. btw I have been in all three states. Croatia is light year ahead of others two. So I wouldnt put them in the same basket at all. Edited January 23, 2015 by Mikolaj 1 Top Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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