Jajce


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Jajce

 

a city in Yugoslavia, in the Socialist Republic of Bosnia-Hercegovina, on the Vrbas River, near its confluence with the Pliva. Population, 8,500 (1976). A hydroelectric system is situated on the Pliva River. Jajce also has an electrochemical plant and an enterprise for the production of ferroalloys. The city’s Museum of the National-Liberation Struggle is housed in the building in which the second session of the Antifascist National-Liberation Council of Yugoslavia took place on Nov. 29–30, 1943.

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The process of exhumation and search for the remains of persons who went missing in the past war is being carried out in the Jajce area, at the Carevo Polje site, under the order of the Prosecutor's Office of BiH and the Court of BiH.
In one school in the central city of Jajce, students successfully rebelled, demanding to be allowed to study together after a local minister wanted to separate Muslim students from their Croatian classmates.
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Born June 4, 1915 in Jajce (Bosnia and Herzegovina).
The old watermills around Pliva Lake, near Jajce. I headed to the picturesque village of Vranduk, where I made a stroll around the imposing 14th-century castle.
For instance, that he always attended areas when things were critical (for instance Jajce, Vitez and Travnik), that he provided political and moral support; and gave a morale-raising speech to soldiers defending Jajce, saying "we have to defend Jajce and I will go with you to defend Jajce".
Jajce is a small town with a population of just 30,000 located in central Bosnia.
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