Bosnian Croats

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Croat–Bosniak War - Background
... the Yugoslav Wars, the objectives of nationalists from Croatia were shared by Croat nationalists in Bosnia and Herzegovina ... The Croats and their leader Franjo Tuđman also aimed at securing parts of Bosnia and Herzegovina as Croatian ... On November 12, 1991, numerous leading members of the Bosnian HDZ drafted a document that stated, among other things, that " the Croat people in Bosnia-Herzegovina must finally undertake a decisive and active ...
Gojko Šušak - Politics
... and his circle managed to raise large amounts of money among Croats in North America that helped Tuđman finance his rise to power in Croatia ... in 1992, he spearheaded support to Bosnian Croats ... Throughout the 1992–1995 Bosnian War Šušak supported Bosnian Croats, including a year-long Croat–Bosniak War, during which both sides committed atrocities ...
Dayton Agreement - Territorial Changes - Control of The Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina - Cantons
... Canton 10 was almost completely under control of Bosnian Croats (4,924 km2) Bosniaks controlled some points east of Kupres (10 km2) Una-Sana Canton was almost completely under control of Bosniaks (3,925 km2 ...
Condominium Of Bosnia And Herzegovina - History - Ethnic Relations
... of a pluralist and multi-confessional Bosnian nation ... a feeling that they belong to a great and powerful nation' and viewed Bosnians as "speaking the Bosnian language and divided into three religions with equal ... Croats and Serbs who opposed the policy, mostly ignored Bosnian nationhood and instead sought to claim Bosnian Muslims as their own, a move that was rejected by most of ...
Croats Of Bosnia And Herzegovina - History - Austria-Hungary
... The Bosnian Governor, Béni Kállay found his support in religious institutions to govern more easily ... Both apostolic vicarates, Bosnian and Herzegovinian, were abolished, and instead three dioceses were founded Vrhbosna diocese with a seat in Sarajevo, Banja Luka diocese with a seat in Banja Luka and ... people inhabited Bosnia and Herzegovina, the majority were Croats, and in smaller percentages Slovenes, Czechs and others ...