Croats of Bosnia and Herzegovina - Demographics - Demographical History - Bosnian War

Bosnian War

The total number of Croats in Bosnia and Herzegovina continued to reduce, especially after the Bosnian War broke out in 1992. Soon, an exodus of Bosnian Croats occurred when a large number of Croats were expelled from central Bosnia and Posavina. According to the 1996 census, made by UNHCR and officially unrecognized, there was 3,919,953 inhabitants, of which Croats comprised 571,317 (14.57%). In the territory of the Croatian Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the percentage of Croats slightly changed, although,their total number reduced.

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