Yugoslav war: how it was

Yugoslav War — a series of armed conflicts in 1991-2001 on the territory of the former Yugoslavia during the collapse of the country. The fighting to varying degrees and at different times affected all six republics of the former Yugoslavia: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Serbia, Slovenia, Croatia and Montenegro. Archive footage — in the AiF.ru photo feed. 

Destruction in Belgrade after the 1999 NATO bombings © Commons.wikimedia.org

The city of Novi Sad during the bombing in 1999 © Commons.wikimedia.org

The ruins of the building of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. © Creative commons

War in Yugoslavia © www.globallookpress.com

Kosovo war: destroyed Serbian church in Kosovo © Commons.wikimedia.org

Ten Day War in Slovenia: Territorial Defense Fighters at the Vrtoiba Border Post (June 26, 1991) © Commons.wikimedia.org

Ten-Day War in Slovenia: Yugoslavian T-55 tanks near Nova Gorica (1991) © Commons.wikimedia.org

Bombing of Yugoslavia (1999): Serbian Radio and Television building destroyed © Commons.wikimedia.org

A cafe in the center of the Croatian village of Tenya (September 30, 1991) destroyed as a result of shelling by units of the Yugoslav People's Army © RIA Novosti/Sergey Gryzunov

War in Croatia (March 1991 – November 1995): damaged building in Dubrovnik © Commons.wikimedia.org

War in Croatia: military operations in Vukovar (October 1, 1991) © RIA Novosti/Sergey Gryzunov

Ruined building in Gradačac © www.globallookpress.com/Thomas Frey/imagebroker.com/Global Look Press

Bombing of Yugoslavia (1999): Serbian MiG-29 fighter jet shot down by NATO aircraft over Bosnia. The North Atlantic Alliance bombed the republic for 78 days, dropping 420,000 bombs with a total weight of 22,000 tons during this time, including 15 tons of depleted uranium ammunition. © Public Domain/US military

Destruction in Belgrade after the 1999 NATO bombings © Commons.wikimedia.org

City of Novi Sad during the 1999 bombing © Commons.wikimedia.org

Ruins of the building of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. © Creative commons

War in Yugoslavia © www.globallookpress.com

Kosovo war: destroyed Serbian church in Kosovo © Commons.wikimedia.org

Ten Day War in Slovenia: Territorial Defense Fighters at the Vrtoiba Border Post (June 26, 1991) © Commons.wikimedia.org

Ten-Day War in Slovenia: Yugoslavian T-55 tanks near Nova Gorica (1991) © Commons.wikimedia.org

Bombing of Yugoslavia (1999): Serbian Radio Television building destroyed © Commons.wikimedia.org

Destroyed as a result of shelling by parts of the Yugoslav People's Army cafe in the center of the Croatian village of Tenya (September 30, 1991) © RIA Novosti/Sergey Gryzunov

War in Croatia (March 1991 – November 1995): damaged building in Dubrovnik © Commons.wikimedia.org

War in Croatia: military operations in Vukovar (October 1, 1991) © RIA Novosti/Sergey Gryzunov

Ruined building in Gradačac © www.globallookpress.com/Thomas Frey/imagebroker.com/Global Look Press

Bombing of Yugoslavia (1999): Serbian MiG-29 fighter jet shot down by NATO aircraft over Bosnia. The North Atlantic Alliance bombed the republic for 78 days, dropping 420,000 bombs with a total weight of 22,000 tons during this time, including 15 tons of depleted uranium ammunition. © Public Domain/U.S. military

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