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U.S. Intervention in Bosnia

May 05, 1993

I wish to remind your readers, in this period of emotional debate, of the surprising but all too rarely noted fact that there were only two places in all of continental Europe to offer a real resistance to the Nazis in World War II: Russia and greater Serbia, including parts of Bosnia and Montenegro. Russia and Serbia, as a consequence, suffered the greatest human losses in the war. This, among other factors, accounts for the bond felt by those two peoples, and their fierce tradition of resistance to outside forces.

MILOS OBILIC

San Francisco

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