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    Great photos and great thread. I've always wanted to do some reading about this conflict. Can anyone tell me some good books about this war?

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    "Balkan Battlegrounds" is a good start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DID View Post
    ??? Bosnian soldier?
    And infamous gangster.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ismet_Bajramovi%C4%87

    EDIT: oops didn't see someone already answered you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leatherneck View Post
    Great photos and great thread. I've always wanted to do some reading about this conflict. Can anyone tell me some good books about this war?
    Probably the best book in English about Bosnian war from military point of view.
    Absolute must.

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Balkan-Battl.../dp/0756729300

    Also this one.

    http://www.amazon.com/Bosnia-Armed-M.../dp/0863563678

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    Quote Originally Posted by DID View Post
    ??? Bosnian soldier?
    Yes
    Thats Ismet Bajramovic ''Celo'', he was commander of the Sarajevo's Military Police.

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    Video about ARBiH offensive in last months of 1994 on Treskavica mountain above Trnovo.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wSbWmMESDQE

    Here is description of operation from book Balkan Battlegrounds.

    November: The Treskavica Offensive

    The beginning of November marked the transition to a
    new phase of the ARBiH offensive, one directed fur-
    ther south toward Mt. Treskavica-another peak
    southeast of Mt. Bjelasnica and of equally imposing
    dimensions (2,088 meters)-and the Sarajevo-Trnovo
    road segment. The shift began on 29 October-just as
    the Igman-Bjelasnica withdrawal was to be com-
    pleted-when Bosnian Government troops again
    advanced south through the Mt. Bjelasnica demilita-
    rized zone to attack two Serb-held villages at the foot
    of the mountain.Bosnian Army forces also shelled
    a nearby UN observation post with an artillery piece
    from within the exclusion zoneThe following
    day, the Bosnian Army shelled Serb-held Javorak on
    the south side of Bjelasnica with heavy artillery and
    captured the town.

    The Bosnian Army's 1st Corps continued its advance
    in early November, attacking further to the east after
    taking Javorak and moving onto the Hojta ridge line
    connecting the flanks of Mounts Bjelasnica and
    Treskavica.In a successful push over the next few
    days, the Bosnian Army advanced the frontlines sev-
    eral kilometers to the east and took three towns along
    the smaller north-south road that ran several kilome-
    ters west of Trnovo.The VRS Herzegovina Corps,
    however-hastily reinforced by elements of the
    Sarajevo-Romanija Corps-halted the ARBiH
    advance around 6 November, with the frontline still
    several kilometers west of the main highway.On
    14-15 December, the Bosnian Army made its last push
    of the year in the direction of the Trnovo road. Again
    the ARBiH advanced, claiming gains of 20 square
    kilometers-but still failed to secure the road.

    At the end of the year, the Bosnian Army had taken a
    total of some 100 square kilometers on Mts. Bjelas-
    nica and Treskavica and had captured at least five
    highly prized tanks, several small artillery pieces and
    mortars, and sizable munitions stores.Never-theless,
    although the Bosnian Government gains were
    substantial, they still fell short of their primary goal of
    interdicting or capturing the Trnovo road. Despite a
    valiant-and partially successful-effort, Trnovo still
    layout of reach.

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    Bosnian army troops of the 10th Mountain Brigade run through the streets during fierce fighting in Sarajevo, Bosnia, on Thursday, June 3, 1993.


    Bosnian army sniper takes careful aim during a battle between Bosnian and Serb forces in Sarajevo, Bosnia, on Saturday, October 2, 1993..


    02 OCTOBER 1993 A Bosnian army fighter runs through a gauntlet of bullets during a battle between Bosnian and Serb forces.


    26th February 1994, Bosnian Muslim soldier mourns a comrade at his graveside in a military cemetery in East Mostar, Bosnia-Hezegovina.


    March 1994 Bosnian Muslim policeman, a footballer with Sarajevo FC before the war, aiming a revolver at an open window at Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, after the ceasefire following civil war in Yugoslavia.


    BIHAC, BOSNIA, UN commander in Bosnia, Lieutenant General Sir Michael Rose, and the commander of the 5th Corps General Atif Dudakovic, stand outside 5th Corps HQ in Bihac 28 Dec. '94 before their meeting.


    VARES, BIH - NOVEMBER 4 Soldiers of the Bosnian 7th Moslem Brigade enter Vares 04 November 1993, carrying an Islamic flag. Bosnian Croat forces (HVO) abandoned the Croatian area two days earlier as 15,000 Croats fled the Moslem advance through Serb lines to the central Bosnian town of Kiseljak. Heavy fighting erupted 06 November between Moslem-led troops, Croats and apparently Serbs in an area southeast of Vares.


    1993 Dobrinja Meliha Vareshanovic walks proudly and defiantly to work during the siege of Sarajevo. Her message to the watching gunmen who surround her city is simple, 'you will never defeat us'.


    SARAJEVO-1993 Before leaving to join his comrades on the frontline Bosnian fighter Hamzic Sejad kisses his 6 week old daughter, Vanessa, goodbye in 1993.


    TUZLA, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA A Bosnian soldier guards U.N. helicopters grounded due to heavy snow 27 Mar at Tuzla airport.


    AUGUST 21 A Sudanese Muslim student who joined Bosnian forces in the besieged city of Sarajevo, holds his Kalashnikov rifle 21 August 1992 in a bus returning from the front.
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    JULY 1992 A Bosnian fighter armed with an AK-47 stands in front of images of massacres, alledgedly by Serbian forces.


    1992 MAY 31 Muslim soldiers prepare to evacuate a wounded woman to a Sarajevo hospital for treatment 31 May following an artillery bombardment against all areas of the city.


    JULY 4 An armed Bosnian soldier walks past a UN armored personnel carrier in a deserted Sarajevo' street 04 July 1992.


    BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - 1992 War of Bosnia-Herzegovina. Sarajevo (Bosnia), September 1992.


    YUGOSLAVIA - CIRCA 1992 War of Bosnia-Herzegovina. Sarajevo, September 1992


    CIRCA 1992 War of Bosnia-Herzegovina. Bosnian soldiers firing a salvo in honour of victims during their funeral. Modrac, September 1992.


    BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - CIRCA 1992 War of Bosnia-Herzegovina. Bosnian combatants. Dobosnica, September 1992.


    BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - CIRCA 1992 War of Bosnia-Herzegovina. Bosnian soldier. Modrac, September 1992.

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    19 Feb 1994, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina


    01 Jun 1992, Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina --- THE SITUATION IN SARAJEVO ---


    15 Apr 1992 --- SARAJEVO: 'JUKA' (YOUSSEF) AND HIS MILITIA


    11 Apr 1992 --- BOSNIA HERZEGOVINIA : TUZLA REFUGEE CAMP



    The 505. Brigade (a.k.a 505. Bužim Brigade and 505. Vitez Bužim Brigade) was part of the 5th Corps under the command of then Brigadier General (now Lieutenant General) Atif Dudakovic. The 505th brigade was honored by the late president of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Alija Izetbegovic, as the most elite brigade during the Bosnian War because of its many successful victories.


    The Brigade was commanded by Izet Nanić.


    The 505th Brigade was also famous for its use of Takbir during wartime.











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    Some more of the 505...


































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