Dubrovnik's Bombed-Out Heritage
Ian Fitzgerald on an appeal aimed to save Croatia's historical past
On December 6th last year the city of Dubrovnik, a town whose days as an active participant in Western affairs had ended, with tourism now as its major industry, was rudely awakened by a five-hour artillery and mortar bombardment by federal Serbian troops which placed it, temporarily, hack at the centre of political events in southern Europe.
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