Framed: the untold story about the croatian six – video


  1. Michael Silovic says:

    Unbelievable what some people will do. another unjust cause against Croatian people. We must continue to fight for the rights of all Croatians!

  2. željko selak says:

    U tim godinama australska vlada , po mišljenje je morala ići u
    London !
    Odnosi Beograda i Londona bili su i više nego dobri , a to je
    Hrvatsko misleći puk itekako osjetio na svojoj koži , kako oni koji
    su živjeli u ondašnjoj jugoslaviji , tako i oni koji su živjeli u
    inozemstvu !
    In that time Australian government depended of London !
    Relations between Belgrade and London were more than good, and it is Croatian thinking folk very much felt on his own skin
    those who lived in what was then Yugoslavia, and those who lived in abroad !

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