Filip Svarm’s documentary from 2007 gives an impression of the war in the Krajina, as well as the political and military details of fall of Krajina and subsequent exodus of the Serbian population. The film highlights the development of relations between Serbs in Croatia and the Croatian authorities since 1990 until the Operation Storm and the persecution of Serbs from Croatia in August 1995. The film follows events from the establishment of the autonomous Serb region in Croatia, in places with Serb majority populations.
Executive Production: Time Movie
“Untold stories” (2014) is a research project of the Vojvodina Civil Center (VGC) that deals with the issue of warfare – forced mobilization of civilians from Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia on the territory of Vojvodina during the wars of the 1990s. Each of the individual stories represents a sum of individual experiences of various actors transmitted in a written, audio or video form. In addition to the statements, within each story, media documents related to certain events, official state documents, court records and factual material are presented, which contributes to understanding the context in which these events took place.
The “Unverified Stories” web platform is divided into two segments:
1) Stolen Freedom
The project entitled “Stolen Freedom” of the Vojvodina Citizens Center contains media articles, reports, audio and video contributions, oral testimonies of forced mobilization on the territory of Vojvodina, refugees from the war regions of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia during the wars of the 1990s in the territory of former Yugoslavia.
2) Inappropriate citizens
The “Inappropriate Citizens” project of the Vojvodina Civic Center contains media articles, reports, audio and video reports on the expulsion and systematic intimidation of members of national minorities, primarily Croats, in multinational environments of Vojvodina during the wars of the 1990s in the territory of the former Yugoslavia. Each of the individual projects within the program is a sum of individual experiences of various actors transmitted in written, audio or video form.
Language: Bosnian, Montenegrin, Serbian
The Outreach program (1999) of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia is a program aimed at young people, local communities, the media and work with regional justice systems – support to national judiciaries in order to familiarize themselves with the work of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. Outreach program includes informative and educational materials, publications, multimedia content on the website and on social networks.
Language: Bosnian, Croatian, Montenegrin, Serbian, English
In the book “Knin fell in Belgrade”, the author, who was also JNA General, is trying to assess the tragedy of Serbs from August 1995 in the context of the existence and destruction of the SFRY. Among other things, he is accusing the Serbian leadership in Belgrade is accusing for the suffering in that area. The author is also of the opinion that from all possible solutions, the Krajina army leadership has chosen the worst option.
Availability: Milisav Sekulić, Knin je pao u Beogradu, Nidda Verlag, Bad Vilbel, 2000.