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My name is Edin Hardauš. I was born in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and I live in a small town Kakanj, near Sarajevo. I am a professor of history. I am most interested in war history, military strategy, military weapons and vehicles, and of course the study of historical battles (reading books and watching documentaries on this subject).

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Website: http://balkanwarhistory.blogspot.ba/

Articles by Edin Hardaus:

Tito’s Top Secret Underground Airbase Zeljava

Given that Zeljava is a huge complex of underground and overground military facilities, it has been quite a challenge to write an article about it.…

Yugoslav Fighters In Spanish Civil War

Yugoslavs, who fought as volunteers in the Spanish Civil War on the Republican side, are called “Spanish fighters” or “Yugoslav Spaniards.” Belgrade Association of Spanish…

Battle of the Neretva – Tito did not want to continue the attack. He achieved what he wanted – to save the wounded & sick soldiers

Battle of the Neretva, also known as the Battle for the wounded, is a common name for a series of battles in the Neretva valley…

The Fierce Battle of Kozara – Yugoslav Partisan vs Wehrmacht

The official name of the battle is the Operation “West-Bosnien”, but it is also known as the 3rd Enemy Offensive. This battle was fought between…

Tito’s Top Secret Underground Airbase Zeljava

Given that Zeljava is a huge complex of underground and overground military facilities, it has been quite a challenge to write an article about it.…

Tito’s Top Secret Underground Airbase Zeljava

Given that Zeljava is a huge complex of underground and overground military facilities, it has been quite a challenge to write an article about it.…

Battle of the Neretva – Tito did not want to continue the attack. He achieved what he wanted – to save the wounded & sick soldiers

Battle of the Neretva, also known as the Battle for the wounded, is a common name for a series of battles in the Neretva valley…

The Fierce Battle of Kozara – Yugoslav Partisan vs Wehrmacht

The official name of the battle is the Operation “West-Bosnien”, but it is also known as the 3rd Enemy Offensive. This battle was fought between…

Tito’s Top Secret Underground Airbase Zeljava

  Given that Zeljava is a huge complex of underground and overground military facilities, it has been quite a challenge to write an article about…

The Story Of Yugoslav Tank A1

This Yugoslav tank was called, the vehicle A (or sometimes Type A). The basic idea was to produce a copy of the T-34. During the…

The Story Of The Valley Of Heroes

The Battle of Sutjeska (known as the Fifth Enemy Offensive in the Yugoslav historiography) was a German operation against Partisans Main Operational Group in the…

Yugoslav Fighters In Spanish Civil War

Yugoslavs, who fought as volunteers in the Spanish Civil War on the Republican side, are called “Spanish fighters” or “Yugoslav Spaniards.” Belgrade Association of Spanish…