Upstairs in the cozy, couch-laden den, Yugoslavian Bojana Popic sits before the television. Videotapes of television news segments displaying her war-torn hometown of Sarajevo play before her. Telephone lines were knocked out nearly two months ago when the Serbians and Bosnians first took their long brewing animosity to the city streets. Fortunately, Popic knows her family is OK. Her mother works at the national radio station, and can call her weekly to supply updates and reassurance. I'd have to see it for myself to be fully persuaded.
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The current standard-bearer of those teams seems to be Croatia. The Croats, who have reached the World Cup final for the first time and will face France on Sunday for the title, have had the most success at the world's biggest soccer tournament since Yugoslavia descended into war in and spawned seven different FIFA nations. Croatia reached the semifinals at the World Cup with a team led by striker Davor Suker that beat Germany in the quarterfinals before losing to host France. Croatia then won the third-place match against Netherlands, the best World Cup finish for any team from the former Yugoslavia. Yugoslavia had its own success back in the day.
Wikimedia Commons Lepa Radic stands still as a German official prepares the noose around her neck just before her execution in Bosanska Krupa, Bosnia on Feb. Nevertheless, this brave young woman joined the Yugoslav Partisans in the fight against the Nazis — a fight that ended in her execution at just Facing Nazi attack on all fronts, Yugoslavia was quickly defeated and dismembered by the Axis powers. While the Germans maintained tight control over the roads and towns, they did not control the remote, mountainous regions of war-torn Yugoslavia.