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Operation Spider

Operation Spider
Part of Bosnian War

Western Bosnia is the light green canton in the middle
Date December 1994
Location Velika Kladuša, Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia
Result Decisive Serb victory; Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia retaken from Bosnian forces
Republika Srpska
 Republic of Serbian Krajina
Commanders and leaders
Franko Simatović "Frenki" [1] Atif Dudaković

Operation Spider was a combined effort by Republika Srpska and the Republic of Serb Krajina to recover the Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia, which was a key ally of the Serbs. The Bosnian government had previously overrun and seized the territory. The operation ended in a Serb victory and the Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia remained in existence until the fall of its key ally the Republic of Serbian Krajina and the subsequent end of the war.


  1. ^ Spider’s Web by Filip Švarm

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