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Korbius wrote:Slovenes must be considered the luckiest from all the republics (along with Macedonia) that broke off since the war against Slovenia lasted less than 2 weeks compared to the more than a year bloody wars in Croatia and Bosnia.
Korbius wrote:Kocjo, do you by any chance have any information on the Slovene casualties and Serb ones from this conflict?
Po nepopolnem pregledu je imela JLA 44 mrtvih in 146 ranjenih, slovenska stran pa 19 mrtvih in 182 ranjenih. Ubitih je bilo 12 tujih državljanov. Ne vemo pa, koliko slovenskih vojakov je bilo ubitih ob poizkusu bega iz JLA. Ujetih je bilo 4693 pripadnikov JLA in 252 zveznih policistov. V vojnih dneh je bilo 72 večjih in manjših spopadov. Uničenih, poškodovanih ali zajetih je bilo 31 tankov, 22 oklepnih transporterjev, šest helikopterjev JLA ter po pregledu v JLA 6.787 kosov pehotnega, 87 kosov artilerijskega in 124 protiletalskega orožja.
Kocjo wrote:4693 JLA soldiers and 252 federal police-officers were caught or they defected/deserted.
Kocjo wrote:But you must be aware, that most of this soldiers were Slovene, then Croats, some Albanian, Macedonians and even some Serbs.
Kocjo wrote:If you want, I can post some figures, how Yugoslav JLA's officers corps was composed by nationality.
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