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Horrors of War: Historical Reality and Philosophy
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Horrors of War: Historical Reality and Philosophy by Franjo Tudjman

In Horrors of War, Tudjman combines his first-hand war-torn Yugoslavian experience with a vast knowledge of history, philosophy and literature to prove that violence and retribution are not new to this world, and unfortunately show no sign of abatement. As part of his review of violence in history, and its political uses, Tudjman examines the Yugoslav Communist creation of a croation black legend, attempting to fix the blame for the world war II crimes of Croatias Ustasha puppet government on the entire Croation people. In particular, he assesses the nature and scope of the crimes committed by the Ustasha government, particularly at the Jasenovac death camp. He concludes that, although Jasenovac was a cruel and terrible place where tens of thousands were murdered, it does not and cannot justify the delegitimization of the Croatian nation. He chronicles the systematic use by the Yugoslav regime of Jasenovac and the ustasha terror as a tool in its attempt to eliminate Croatian aspirations towards independence. He brings up the fact that the anti-fascist movement in Croatia was one of the strongest anti-fascist movements not only in Yugoslavia but also in Europe. Franjo Tudjman is the president of the Republic of Croatia and a signer of the Dayton Accords.

Author: Franjo Tudjman

Language: English

Edition: Revised

Binding: Hardcover

Pages: 512

Publisher: M. Evans & Company

Publication Date: 1997-02-05

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ISBN: 0871318385


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