The Muslim-Croat Civil War in Central Bosnia: A Military History, 1992-1994

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Index
“Abdul Latif” Detachment, 52
ABiH (Armed Forces of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina): battles listed, 167–68; matériel estimates, 17–18, 59–63, 182n13; organizational structure, 34–39; personnel estimates, 21–24, 34, 189n21, 201n27; predecessors, 32–34; role in civil war, 159–63; Sept.’93 status report, 148–49; strategic plan, 65–66, 70–72; supply routes, 18–20, 173n23. See also command/control systems, effectiveness barriers
ABiH Corps, organizational structure, 34–35
ABiH I Corps: Fojnica area operations, 140; headquarters, 35
ABiH II Corps, headquarters, 35
ABiH III Corps: aggression policy, 161; command/control challenges, 44, 48; Fojnica area operations, 140; Kacuni area operations, 75–76, 186n9; Novi Travnik kidnapping, 88, 89; personnel estimates, 23, 24; structure of, 35–36, 37f; weapons estimates, 62; Zepce area operations, 141, 142, 147
ABiH IV Corps, Fojnica area operations, 82, 140
ABiH VI Corps, 35, 39, 140, 148–49
ABiH VII Corps (ABiH), headquarters, 35
ABiH operations: battles listed, 167–68; before April’93, 67–70, 81–82; Blaskic’s May’93 concerns, 126–28; Bosnian Serb conflicts, 3, 23–24, 66–67; Busovaca area, 75, 76–77, 101–10, 137–38, 152–54; effectiveness, 121–22; Fojnica area, 139–40, 204n9; Gornji Vakuf area, 73–75; Kacuni area, 75–76; Kiseljak area, 77, 111–15, 138–39, 186n18; Novi Seher area, 120–21, 146–47; Novi Travnik area, 118–20, 133–34; strategic plan, 65–66, 70–72; Travnik area, 118–20, 128–33; Vares area, 154–57; Vitez area, 151–54, 206n6; Zavidovici area, 120–21, 146; Zenica area, 115–18; Zepce area, 120–21, 141–46. See also Vitez area, April ‘93 ABiH attack
active defense, defined, 190n29
Ahmic, Muniz, 69
Ahmici village, 68–69, 92–95, 109, 190n34, 191–92n47, 192n49, photo #13
Alagic, Mehmed: cease-fire agreement, 125; command responsibilities, 24, 149; photos #1, #10; on Stari Vitez fighting, 206nn10, 11; Travnik operations, 128, 131
Alexander I, 9–10
Alpha Force, 46, 48
al-Queda, 52, 180n53
Andric, Dragan, 140
Andric, Victor (Ivica Rajic), 49, 155, 156, 207n21
Andric, Zarko “Zuti,” 49, 81
Ante Bruno Busic Brigade, 177–78n15
Ante Starcevic Brigade, 75
Antolovic, Ivica, 191–92n47
Antunovic, Nikola, 143
Apostles (gang), 49, 156
Armed Forces of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina (ABiH). See ABiH entries
arms embargo, 17, 60–61
arms supplies, overview, 59–64
Army of the Republic of Croatia, 49–51, 159, 161
Arnauti village, 52
Arnold, Derek, 53
attacks, types defined, 190n29
Austro-Hungarian Empire, 6, 8–9
Badrov, Slavko, 189n25
Bakje village, 110
Bakovici village, 140
Ban Josip Jelacic Brigade, 32, 43, 77, 111, 113–14, 139–40
Baresic, Vinko, 89, 116–17
Bare village, 106, 187n36
Barica Gaj, 95
Battle of Kosvo-Polje, 7
battles, listed, 165–68
Bayazed, 7
Begue, Etienne, 207n20
Behrici village, 78, 111, 115
Berbic, Fuad, 184n11
Bertovic, Anto, 189nn21, 24
Besici village, 78
Bikosi village, 132
Bilajac, Rifat, 71, 176n52
Bilalovac village, 76
Bila village, 79, 132
Bistrica village, 186n19
black market operations. See criminal activity
Blaskic, Tihomir, 41, 80, 89; on 7th Muslim
Brigade, 187n38; Ahcimi operations, 94; Aug.’93 report, 148; Bila talks, 79; Busovaca conflict, 107–108; cease-fire

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