Dubrovnik in the Homeland War, 1991 - 1995
The exhibition has been produced by Dubrovnik Museums, Museum of Contemporary History.
The exhibition consists of four thematic units: the fall of the Dubrovnik Republic and history of the structure Fort Imperial, Serbian-Montenegrin aggression in 1991; Days of victory – the liberation campaigns of the Croatian Army; the losses to the population, civil structures and monuments of culture in the Dubrovnik area.
The course of the Homeland War in the region is shown, from the start of the aggression by combined Serbian and Montenegrin forces; the victorious retaking of the internationally acknowledged borders of the country by the Croatian Army; the return of the refugees and displaced persons to the temporarily occupied areas down to the end of the war in 1995.
Original documents are shown, with art and documentary photographs of the war, armaments, mines and explosives, parts of materiel, wartime colours of units, authentic recordings and videos.
Exhibition devised by: Varina Jurica Turk, Mišo Đuraš
The catalogue of the exhibition is available in the museum shop of Dubrovnik Museums.