Serb Leaders on the Warpath 1991


Bosnian Serbs celebrate St. George's Day. Mount Romanija, near Sarajevo - May 1991.

In the intoxicating atmosphere of gunfire, nationalist euphoria, Balkan grill in the forest, a prayer and a blessing.

Indicted war-criminals Radovan Karadžić and Vojislav Šešelj with a group of Chetniks. Vojislav Šešelj announces his 'Karlobag-Ogulin-Karlovac-Virovitica' line.

It's a hypothetical boundary often used to describe the western extent of Serbian aspirations. Vojislav Šešelj often claimed that all of the population of these areas are in fact 'ethnic Serbs, of Orthodox, Roman Catholic or Muslim faith.'

Amateur footage, Bosnian Serb collection.

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