Croat

  • (noun): A member of the Slavic people living in Croatia.
    Synonyms: Croatian

Some articles on croat:

List Of Yugoslavia National Football Team Goalscorers
... Player Goals Stjepan Bobek (Croat) 38 Milan Galić (Serb) 37 Blagoje Marjanović (Serb) 36 Rajko Mitić (Serb) 32 Dušan Bajević (Serb) 29 Todor Veselinović (Serb) 28 Borivoje Kostić (Serb) 26 Zlatko Vujović (Croat ...
List Of Concentration And Internment Camps - Bosnia and Herzegovina
... Omarska camp (Bosnian Serb-controlled) Dretelj camp (Bosnian Croat-controlled) Heliodrom camp (Bosnian Croat-controlled) Gabela camp (Bosnian Croat-controlled ...
Lašva Valley Ethnic Cleansing - Ethnic Cleansing
... In June 1992, the focus switched to Novi Travnik where Croat efforts to gain control were met with resistance ... to abolish existing government institutions, pledge allegiance to a newly established Croat authority, subordinate Bosnian forces to the HVO and expel ... the elementary school and the post office were attacked and damaged by local Croat units, including units from Vitez and Busovača ...
Lašva Valley Ethnic Cleansing - Discrimination - Busovača
... units calling on them to surrender their weapons and to place themselves under Croat command ... Croat forces also seized the television broadcasting station at Skradno and created its own local radio and television to carry propaganda, seized the public institutions ... time, Busovača's Bosniaks were forced to sign an act of allegiance to the Croat authorities, fell victim to numerous attacks on shops and businesses and, gradually, left the area out of ...
Croat–Bosniak War - Chronology - Neretva 93
... stopped by Bosnian authorities after it received the information about the massacre on Croat civilians in the village of Grabovica (see also Massacre in Grabovica) ... During the night of 8/9 September, at least 33 Croat villagers in Grabovica were killed by members of the 9th Brigade and unidentified members of the ARBiH ... in the village of Uzdol, it was reported that 29 Croat civilians and one prisoner of war were killed by the Prozor Independent Battalion and members of the local police force during ...