Janko Bobetko (10 January – 29 April ) was a Croatian general who had participated in World War II and later in the Croatian War of Independence. In , retired General Janko Bobetko published a book, “Sve moje bitke” ( unofficial translation All My Battles), in which he described events from Croatia’s. Publisher, J. Bobetko (Unknown), Edition, Unknown. ISBN, , Dimensions. ISBN, , Shipping Weight. Language, Croatian.

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His father and three brothers were killed by the Nazi-affiliated Ustashe. Retrieved bitje ” https: After Croatia gained independence, Bobetko joined late Croatian President Franjo Tudjman, who on 10 April gave him a general’s rank and appointed him commander of the southern Croatian front.

During the Croatian Spring period of the early s, he supported greater autonomy for Croatia in Yugoslaviaand was demoted and expelled from the YPA in after Tito’s crackdown on perceived separatists and nationalists in the constituent parts of the former Yugoslavia. Inretired General Janko Bobetko published a book, “Sve moje bitke” unofficial translation All My Battlesin which he described events from Croatia’s recent history.

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Because of this he was hospitalized in during Operation Flash. Views Read Edit View history. In the post-war period, he graduated from the Military Academy of the Yugoslav People’s Army and rose to the rank of lieutenant-general.

Per una campagna dello Stato italiano in sede ONU per la transizione allo Stato di Diritto codificando – per affermarlo — il diritto umano mooje conoscenza. Retrieved 8 October Part of the Yugoslav Wars.


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The book included documents bobteko maps related to the military-police operations “Jackal” in Bosnia-Herzegovina near the border with southern Croatia, “Tiger” the liberation of Dubrovnik”Maslenica”, “Medak Pocket”, “Flash” and “Storm”. Bobetko was born on 10 January in the village of Crnac near Sisak. After the Croatian parliamentary electionsBobetko refused to accept the position of defense minister.

Bobetko had been charged with war crimes by the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia but janki before he could be tried; a later verdict in another case found him culpable for crimes in Bosnia and Herzegovinabut was reversed on appeal. In he was appointed hitke and deputy commander of the 5th JNA district Croatia and Slovenia with the rank of a general.

From until he was a deputy of the Croatian Democratic Union in parliament.

Janko Bobetko

Accessed 6 August Retrieved 19 April Inthe United Kingdom halted its ratification process noje the Stabilisation and Association Agreement of Croatia with the European Union due to the Croatian government’s handling of the Bobetko case. Bobetko was survived by his widow, Magdalena, bitkke three sons. Bobetko died inaged 84, before any final decision was reached regarding his extradition. Documentazione consegnata il 4 novembre al Presidente della Commissione parlamentare di Vigilanza Rai Roberto Fico in occasione dell’incontro con una delegazione radicale.

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Bobetko had the status of a fully disabled person, caused both by his leg injury he sustained during World War II, and later by an onset of cardiac decompensation in InBobetko was the most prominent signatory to the Twelve Generals’ Letter.

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. General Janko Bobetko in Chiedi al Consiglio del Comune, dell’area metropolitana di approvare questa delibera. Britannica Online Encyclopedia ; accessed 6 September The New York Times 30 April Retrieved 1 July From to shortly before Croatia gained independence he was banned from holding public offices or making public statements.



After the Ustasha killed his father and three brothers he joined the partisan movement in to become a member of the first Sisak Partisan Unit, the first anti-fascist unit in Europe.

By that time, Bobetko was already gravely ill, as well. Documentazione relativa alle iniziative radicali in corso jnko il 13 maggio al Ministro della Giustizia Andrea Orlando in occasione dell’incontro con una delegazione radicale. Bobetko refused to receive the indictment and said he would not go to The Hague alive. Bobetko commanded the forces which carried out operations in bitme areas of Dubrovnik, Ploce and the Neretva River valley and liberated Dubrovnik and its hinterland.

After the war, he completed the JNA’s Military Academy, after which he held high army posts – from the head of the navy’s political administration and bobwtko of logistics to the post of a chief-of- staff. After Croatia gained independence inBobetko joined its army with which he participated in the liberation of Croatian areas occupied by Serb terrorists and the JNA.

This page bobetkl last edited on 22 Augustat Bobetko fought for the Yugoslav Partisans from He held the post until his retirement on July 15, In September the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia indicted him for command and individual responsibility for war crimes committed in the “Medak Pocket” operation.

ICTY confirms Croatia wasn’t responsible”. The extent of his disability was at one point disputed by the Ministry of Defensebut it was uanko fully reinstated by a court order.