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Chronicles 26, Vol. II

Forging of Anti-Yugoslav Conspiracy

Biserko, Sonja


The almost 1,000-page Volume I dissects the role of the Serbian mainstream elite in the evolvement of the Greater Serbia program from 1966 to this very day. "The war was prepared for long and preparations for it involved different levels: the media, institutions, informal socializing over drinks, schools and the University, the Church and the Army. From the planning stage to the project's effectuation, various figures have been given different roles. The role of the war's mouthpiece was given to Vojislav Seselj, one of the most dedicated operatives, acting all the time as Slobodan Milosevic's alter ego. He was always ready to manifest the degree of violence the President would opt for at a specific point. At the same time, he was always unlikable enough to make Slobodan Milosevic look decent and acceptable," says the book's editor in the lengthy introductory study.

Apart from providing a detailed chronology for the period 1966-2006, the Vol. I carries Sonja Biserko's article headlined "The Outcome of a Defeated Project" additionally supported by the transcript of the beginning of the trial of Slobodan Milosevic before the tribunal in The Hague, including the testimony given by Vojislav Seselj in his capacity as a witness for the defense.

The 600-page Volume II presents testimonies of major witnesses for the defense in the trial of Slobodan Milosevic, as well as transcripts of intercepted telephone conversations between Dobrica Cosic, main architect of the Greater Serbia project, and Radovan Karadzic, one of the two most infamous fugitives from The Hague justice.


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