The battle of the Medak Pocket in the autumn of 1993 was, up to that point, the biggest military engagement participated in by Canadian soldiers since the Korean War. Though it was an almost day-long battle against Croatian forces bent on ethnic cleansing it was covered up by the Canadian government and still remains one of the least known episodes in Canadian military history
This episode was written by David Borys
David Borys is a Canadian military historian from Langara College and the Univ. of British Columbia in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. He is also the host of the popular Canadian podcast Cool Canadian History.
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