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15 However, by the end of the year, relations between the two allies had begun to deteriorate at an ever-accelerating pace. Radical Muslims in central Bosnia, frustrated by the Serbs but emboldened by the growing strength of the Army of Bosnia-Herzegovina and reinforced by Muslim refugees from the fighting in the Krajina and eastern Bosnia as well as by fanatical mujahideen from abroad, were planning an open attack on their erstwhile ally, the Bosnian Croats. 14 The Muslim-Croat Civil War in Central Bosnia The Physical Environment of Central Bosnia Central Bosnia’s terrain and climate had a definite impact on the planning and conduct of military operations during the Muslim-Croat conflict of 1992–94.

33 However, the authorized strength of HVO tactical units was seldom achieved. 36 Essentially light infantry forces, the HVO brigades were normally organized with three or four subordinate infantry battalions and a minimal combat support and combat service support structure, as shown in Figure 2–3. 38 31 Organization of the Opposing Forces Fig. 2-3. HVO Brigade Stucture, April–May, 1993 Sources: See HQ, Vitez Brigade, no. 10–123–293, Vitez, Apr. 1; commander, Frankopan Brigade, to commander, OZCB, Guca Gora—Travnik, May 17, 1993, subj: (Organization and Strength of Frankopan Brigade), B D246; HQ, Central Bosnia Armed Forces Command, no.

Radical Muslims in central Bosnia, frustrated by the Serbs but emboldened by the growing strength of the Army of Bosnia-Herzegovina and reinforced by Muslim refugees from the fighting in the Krajina and eastern Bosnia as well as by fanatical mujahideen from abroad, were planning an open attack on their erstwhile ally, the Bosnian Croats. 14 The Muslim-Croat Civil War in Central Bosnia The Physical Environment of Central Bosnia Central Bosnia’s terrain and climate had a definite impact on the planning and conduct of military operations during the Muslim-Croat conflict of 1992–94.

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