1991 in Yugoslavia: 1991 Population Census in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ten-Day War, March 9, 1991 Protest, 1990-91 Yugoslav First League

9781155539546: 1991 in Yugoslavia: 1991 Population Census in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ten-Day War, March 9, 1991 Protest, 1990-91 Yugoslav First League

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 51. Chapters: 1991 in Croatia, 1991 in Serbia, 1991 population census in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Battle of Vukovar, Ten-Day War, Siege of Dubrovnik, Vukovar massacre, Battle of the Barracks, Operation Coast-91, March 9, 1991 protest, Battle of the Dalmatian channels, Borovo Selo killings, Gospi? massacre, Plitvice Lakes incident, Vo?in massacre, Battle of Osijek, 1990-91 Yugoslav First League, Erdut massacre, Pakrac clash, Široka Kula massacre, Škabrnja massacre, 1991-92 Yugoslav First League, Saborsko massacre, Battle of Šibenik, 1991 Dalmatian anti-Serb riots, 1990-91 Yugoslav Cup, Bombing of Banski dvori, 1991 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships, Operation Otkos 10, Operation Orkan 91, Operation Vihor, United Nations Security Council Resolution 713, Croatian independence referendum, 1991, Joševica massacre, Dalj massacre, Ba?in massacre, United Nations Security Council Resolution 724, Brijuni Agreement, United Nations Security Council Resolution 721, Bruška massacre, Ethnic cleansing of Lipova?a, Vukovi?i and Saborsko, Vukovar children massacre. Excerpt: The 1991 population census in Bosnia and Herzegovina was the last census of the population of Bosnia and Herzegovina taken before the Bosnian War. It was conducted during the final week of March 1991. For the 1991 census there were 109 municipalities of which ten were part of Sarajevo. Absolute ethnic majority Relative ethnic majority The Battle of Vukovar (Croatian: , Serbian: ) was an 87-day siege of the eastern Croatian city of Vukovar by the Yugoslav People's Army (JNA), supported by various Serbian paramilitary forces - whose aim was to detach it from Croatia and annex it to the Republic of Serbian Krajina, which would form a union with Serbia and Montenegro - between August and November 1991 during the Croatian War of Independence. The town was defended by various ...

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