Ivica Mlivončić

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Ivica Mlivončić (1931-2013) was a Croatian author and columnist in Slobodna Dalmacija from Split. Born in Vareš,[1] he graduated at the Faculty of Theology in Ljubljana, then at the Faculty of Political Sciences in Belgrade and the Faculty of Philosophy in Zadar.[2] Mlivončić published several books dealing with religion, the Croatian War of Independence and the Croat–Bosniak War, most notably "The Crime with the Seal" in 1998 about war crimes against Croats,[3] which was included in the Court records of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY). He was a defense witness at the ICTY in the case against Tihomir Blaškić in 1998.[4] He died on 1 April 2013.

Publications[edit]

  • Crkva u Latinskoj Americi, 1988.
  • Pape i Hrvati, 1993.
  • Kraljeva Sutjeska i Vareš : povijesne crtice (urednik izdanja), 1996.
  • Zločin s pečatom : genocid i ratni zločini muslimansko-bošnjačkih snaga nad Hrvatima BiH 1992. - 1994. , 1998. (2. proš. izd. 2001., 3. izd. 2004.)
  • Al Qaida se kalila u Bosni i Hercegovini: mjesto i uloga mudžahida u Republici Hrvatskoj i Bosni i Hercegovini od 1991. do 2005. godine, 2007.
  • Muslimanski logori za Hrvate: u vrijeme rata u Bosni i Hercegovini 1991.-1995. godine, 2008.
  • Vareš od početaka do rata i poraća 1991-2000 , 2011.

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