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Bosnia-Herzegovina: The U.S. Army’s Role in Peace Enforcement Operations: 1995-2004
R. Cody Phillips (au); John S. Brown (in)
After the collapse of the Berlin Wall in 1989 & the end of the Soviet Union’s control of Eastern Europe, Yugoslavia also showed cracks in its national structure. Four of the six republics -- Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, & Macedonia -- separated from Yugoslavia between 1991 & 1992. Each secession was contested, with the most horrific destruction & violence occurring in Bosnia-Herzegovina, where a civil war lasted from April 1992 to Nov. 1995. Spurred by U.S. leadership, a peace agreement was signed in Dec. 1995 authorizing NATO to intervene. This document provides an understanding of the U.S. Army’s role & scope of activities in the 3 operations:, Joint Endeavor, Joint Guard, & Joint Forge. Illustrations & maps.
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