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Peas and Rice
Jul 14, 2004

Honor and profit.


I'm looking to track down a copies of a couple of BASE jumping documentaries with Jeb Corliss. One is "The Ground is the Limit," whose website is down and the one place I can find the video online I can't get the site to load the video (https://www.groundisthelimit.com http://broadbandsports.com/node/6114). Ideally I'd love a copy I can save locally.

The second is an appearance he did on a show called Fearless - I can't find this one anywhere and even went as far as contacting the station that aired it, but they wouldn't sell or transcribe me a copy on DVD. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0821251/

This is kind of a longshot but I figured I'd ask.

Alternately: are there any other good general BASE jumping documentaries out there?

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Sai
Sep 20, 2004



Any good documentaries or BBC docs on the nouveau-riche in Moscow, the rise of United Russia or basically anything interesting in modern city Russia?

BeigeJacket
Jul 21, 2005



Sai posted:

Any good documentaries or BBC docs on the nouveau-riche in Moscow, the rise of United Russia or basically anything interesting in modern city Russia?

Marcel Theroux did an interesting thing a few years back;

Part 1:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J1OyIJtjdpo

Dr.Caligari
May 5, 2005

"Here's a big, beautiful avatar for someone"


I am watching this "documentary" I found on archive.org. It is (narrated) footage of concentration camps for use in war crime trials. Not for the faint of heart, but it is the best documentation and 'raw' footage I have ever seen.

Very graphic, but it is what it is :nms:

:nws:http://www.archive.org/details/nazi_concentration_camps:nws:

At the beginning they claim that this footage is pulled from 6,000 out of 80,000 feet of film that was taken. Any idea what became of the rest of the footage? Is it just in a military archive somewhere?

My bad if this has already been posted somewhere in the past 53 pages.

Dr.Caligari fucked around with this message at 23:48 on Dec 7, 2011

Peas and Rice
Jul 14, 2004

Honor and profit.


adamj1982 posted:

I am watching this "documentary" I found on archive.org. It is (narrated) footage of concentration camps for use in war crime trials. Not for the faint of heart, but it is the best documentation and 'raw' footage I have ever seen.

Very graphic, but it is what it is :nms:

:nws:http://www.archive.org/details/nazi_concentration_camps:nws:

Wow, thanks for the link.

The comments section on that video makes YouTube commentors look downright sane. E: To be clear, the holocaust deniers who showed up (and the FEMA conspiracy theorists)

Peas and Rice fucked around with this message at 23:54 on Dec 7, 2011

El Goatherd
Jun 25, 2005

hate is art


I uploaded this for a TCC thread but figured I might as well post it here as well. It's a 1995 edition of 'Panorama', a fairly well known and long running BBC current affairs documentary strand, documenting the growing recreational use of the sleeping pill temazepam and associated violence in the early-mid 90's. The worse thing about temazepam was that people used to melt the gelcap versions down and inject them, apparently not realizing that it would then re-solidify in their veins and cause death or loss of limbs. Later on in the same year temazepam was re-scheduled to make possession an arrestable offence.

Possibly :nws: due to some bits showing people coming into casualty with some fairly nasty injuries.

Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
Part 5

Dr.Caligari
May 5, 2005

"Here's a big, beautiful avatar for someone"



It took me taking many breaks to finish it, but I finally did. I seen some terrible poo poo, but the last 5 minutes is the worst I have ever seen. Which brings me to my question.
Does anyone know of any good documentaries about troops returning from WWII and their mental states and difficulties? I suppose it doesn't have to be about WWII, anything taking a look at combat PTSD would be interesting

Edit - Thanks El Goatherd, I'm watching that now

Dr.Caligari fucked around with this message at 15:40 on Dec 8, 2011

Jabe
Nov 18, 2006

APPLE IS A SHIT COMPANY GOD I WISH THEY WOULD JUST GO DIE OR SOMETHING JEEZ



adamj1982 posted:

It took me taking many breaks to finish it, but I finally did. I seen some terrible poo poo, but the last 5 minutes is the worst I have ever seen. Which brings me to my question.
Does anyone know of any good documentaries about troops returning from WWII and their mental states and difficulties? I suppose it doesn't have to be about WWII, anything taking a look at combat PTSD would be interesting

Edit - Thanks El Goatherd, I'm watching that now

That is some terrible video footage. At the end the narator says "This was back in Belgium". Does any of you war experts know exactly where in Belgium ? Whatever happened to the mass graves ?

Absolutely sickening, I cried the entire time and I too have seen some terrible poo poo on the internet.

Blaisedell
May 7, 2008



Can anyone recommend some documentaries about the battle of Midway, Pearl Harbour and the war in the pacific that can be watched online? I know there was one mentioned a few pages ago but it's region blocked and I'm in the UK.

Also does anyone know where I can watch or buy 'The Socialist, the Architect and the Twisted Tower', the documentary that was mentioned on like the second page of the thread?

mrfart
May 26, 2004

Dear diary, today I
became a captain.


Jabe posted:

That is some terrible video footage. At the end the narator says "This was back in Belgium". Does any of you war experts know exactly where in Belgium ? Whatever happened to the mass graves ?

Absolutely sickening, I cried the entire time and I too have seen some terrible poo poo on the internet.

I haven't had the courage to watch the documentary yet.
I'm from belgium, and the worst poo poo happened in camp breendonk ( http://www.breendonk.be/EN/index.html ). Maybe it was shot there?
Visiting that camp made me feel pretty sick for a while.

JFairfax
Oct 23, 2008

by FactsAreUseless


Jabe posted:

That is some terrible video footage. At the end the narator says "This was back in Belgium". Does any of you war experts know exactly where in Belgium ? Whatever happened to the mass graves ?

Absolutely sickening, I cried the entire time and I too have seen some terrible poo poo on the internet.

The final few minutes of footage were from Bergen Belsen which was in Saxony, Germany. The British officer states that they had just buried 17,000 corpses and had about half that still to bury.

Belsen was one of the larger camps.

It's a sobering documentary. As much as you may read accounts, understand the mechanics, see testimonials from eye witnesses, survivors, perpetrators, nothing can quite prepare you for seeing the aftermath of thousands of people dying daily in a small area.

One assumes that the bodies buried in mass graves are still there.

Stein Rockon
Feb 5, 2005

SATAN SANTA TRADE YOUR SOUL FOR MY ORANGES

Anyone got something about Yugoslavia? Primarily interested in serbian paramilitaries, Milosevic and that bunch of giant dicks, but I'll take anything you've got.

(doesn't have to be available as a stream)

Stein Rockon fucked around with this message at 16:13 on Dec 11, 2011

gopperhopper
May 9, 2005

hey, are those my chips?

JFairfax posted:

One assumes that the bodies buried in mass graves are still there.
If that footage is from Bergen-Belsen (not sure really) then this is correct. There is a planted forest around huge mounds with a few memorials and such scattered throughout, very serene for what it is. There is also a Russian soldier mass grave.

Budget Bears
Feb 7, 2011

I had never seen anyone make sweet love to a banjo like this before.


Can anyone recommend me some interesting and not-heartbreaking documentaries about the ocean, ocean life, etc? Preferably ones that are available online through something other than Netflix. I work in a nautical museum and we've been streaming ocean-related movies at the entrance, and I've already gone through all of the ocean documentaries on Netflix.

Kids come in here a lot so anything that doesn't have scary/gory/sad stuff in it would be preferred. (The other day I accidentally put something on which featured footage of people cutting sharks' dorsal fins off :ohdear: )

mod sassinator
Dec 13, 2006

I was living a doritos and mt dew incel life locked in my room. Then covid happened and I could pretend I was some sort of special hero for that. Now I spend all day worrying that could get ruined.I guarantee the post next to this message is me talking in baby talk while hyping up fake doomer news.

Budget Bears posted:

Can anyone recommend me some interesting and not-heartbreaking documentaries about the ocean, ocean life, etc? Preferably ones that are available online through something other than Netflix. I work in a nautical museum and we've been streaming ocean-related movies at the entrance, and I've already gone through all of the ocean documentaries on Netflix.

Kids come in here a lot so anything that doesn't have scary/gory/sad stuff in it would be preferred. (The other day I accidentally put something on which featured footage of people cutting sharks' dorsal fins off :ohdear: )

Definitely check out the water related episodes of Planet Earth. Lots of good video and narration of stuff like fresh water and salt water habitats.

El Goatherd
Jun 25, 2005

hate is art


I'm searching around for all three episodes of a really good Channel Four documentary from the late 90's called 'Rush - 50 Years of Drugs in Britain'. So far I've only found Part 2 -

Rush, 50 Years of Drugs in Britain (Episode 2)

Part 1 - Cannabis moves from subculture to mainstream. Enter LSD.
Part 2 - Early therapeutic experiments with LSD. Teams of undercover cunts start to infiltrate the underground.
Part 3 - Police launch 'Operation Julie', a massive crackdown on manufacture and supply of LSD.
Part 4 - Punk arrives and brings cheap lovely sulphate along with it.
Part 5 - Things get a bit grim as barbiturates take over.

Hopefully I'll be able to locate the other two.

VERTiG0
Jul 11, 2001

go move over bro


Stein Rockon posted:

Anyone got something about Yugoslavia? Primarily interested in serbian paramilitaries, Milosevic and that bunch of giant dicks, but I'll take anything you've got.

(doesn't have to be available as a stream)

This is more about a single city at the end of that conflict, but it blew my goddamn mind when I watched it thanks to the cold blooded murder and the UN troops standing idly by while rapes and other horrible atrocities were committed by the Serbs.

Srebenica: A Cry From The Grave

http://topdocumentaryfilms.com/srebrenica-cry-from-the-grave/

Special Kei
May 12, 2009


Stein Rockon posted:

Anyone got something about Yugoslavia? Primarily interested in serbian paramilitaries, Milosevic and that bunch of giant dicks, but I'll take anything you've got.

(doesn't have to be available as a stream)

I saw this a while back. I thought it was quite good.

Death Of Yugoslavia
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_AZZGqNN6Y (First part)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Death_of_Yugoslavia
The Death of Yugoslavia is a BBC documentary series first broadcast in 1995, and is also the name of a book written by Allan Little and Laura Silber that accompanies the series. It covers the collapse of the former Yugoslavia. It is notable in its combination of never-before-seen archive footage interspersed with interviews of most of the main players in the conflict, including Slobodan Milošević, Radovan Karadžić, Franjo Tuđman and Alija Izetbegović.

The six parts were entitled:
1."Enter Nationalism"
2."The Road to War"
3."Wars of Independence"
4."The Gates of Hell"
5."A Safe Area"
6."Pax Americana"

mrfart
May 26, 2004

Dear diary, today I
became a captain.


http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/adamcurtis/2011/12/the_bitch_the_stud_and_the_pra.html
This isn't strictly a documentary.
It's a new blogpost from Adam Curtis containing some documentaries, titled "THE RISE OF GEEZER CAPITALISM IN MODERN BRITAIN"

And if you have some time you should give it a read/watch.

Non Serviam
Feb 25, 2006

wAstIng 10 bUcks ON an aVaTar iS StUpid

Stein Rockon posted:

Anyone got something about Yugoslavia? Primarily interested in serbian paramilitaries, Milosevic and that bunch of giant dicks, but I'll take anything you've got.

(doesn't have to be available as a stream)


The Milosevic Case :GLosses at a trial
A Dutch documentary about the irregularities that occurred during the Milosevic trial.
http://vodpod.com/watch/3706901-the-milosevic-case-glosses-at-a-trial-part-1 Part 1
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-5840619592451624793 Part 2

Yugoslavia: The avoidable war
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=5860186121153047571 Part 1

Controversial documentary about the Balkans war, showing atrocities committed by the other parties, as well as shifting the blame for the outbreak of the war.

Sbrenica: A call from the grave
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fliw801iX84
About the massacre.

El Goatherd
Jun 25, 2005

hate is art


Here's a probably :nws: documentary from 2000 called 'Cartoons Kick rear end : A History of Subversive Animation'. It goes from anonymous and incredibly crude gag reels from the 1930's, overt political propaganda and covert dissent in Nazi-era Germany and the Soviet bloc, 70's counterculture stuff like Fritz the Cat and Coonskin, right through to what was then modern day stuff, ie Ren and Stimpy and rude things that somehow got past the censors.

Part 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oYXPIbB_8AQ
Part 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Sppeq9QhHM
Part 3 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=awq9oK97RzQ
Part 4 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FH23JysXSmU

SamLikesCake
Oct 6, 2006

... and he is my navigator.


El Goatherd posted:

Here's a probably :nws: documentary from 2000 called 'Cartoons Kick rear end : A History of Subversive Animation'. It goes from anonymous and incredibly crude gag reels from the 1930's, overt political propaganda and covert dissent in Nazi-era Germany and the Soviet bloc, 70's counterculture stuff like Fritz the Cat and Coonskin, right through to what was then modern day stuff, ie Ren and Stimpy and rude things that somehow got past the censors.

Part 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oYXPIbB_8AQ
Part 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Sppeq9QhHM
Part 3 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=awq9oK97RzQ
Part 4 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FH23JysXSmU

Just wanted to chime in and say that this is awesome. I love the contrast of the normal dorky animators against the scary right-wing guy who seems to think that all animators are gay paedophiles. No, seriously. That is what he thinks.

Tentakulon
Apr 12, 2010

BEHOLD THE REMAINS OF ANCIENT AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT! IF ONLY GBS WOULD LISTEN TO ME. MY TALK COULD SAVE THE WORLD FROM THE SAME FATE! ALSO BOOK YOUR SEATS NOW FOR PEAK OIL TO HIT THIS SUMMER!

Budget Bears posted:

Can anyone recommend me some interesting and not-heartbreaking documentaries about the ocean, ocean life, etc? Preferably ones that are available online through something other than Netflix. I work in a nautical museum and we've been streaming ocean-related movies at the entrance, and I've already gone through all of the ocean documentaries on Netflix.

Kids come in here a lot so anything that doesn't have scary/gory/sad stuff in it would be preferred. (The other day I accidentally put something on which featured footage of people cutting sharks' dorsal fins off :ohdear: )

There's a series called "The Deep" That's being aired on DC (I assume documentary channel?) these days. You can find the episodes in the places you download TV shows.
I've seen the first episode, where they accompany Steve O'Shea on his quest for the giant squid, and it was high well-made, educational, and sincere television. Looks like every episode is about one rather specific topic.

spirited
Nov 2, 2001

Time might lead me to nowhere; Fate might break me apart; I'll always be thankful that once, along life's journey I found the unchanging Imperishable in you.

El Goatherd posted:

Here's a probably :nws: documentary from 2000 called [b][u]'Cartoons Kick rear end : A History of Subversive Animation'.

Ralph Bakshi is in practically every animation documentary I've ever seen. The dude is cool, especially in Painting with Fire, but he's hardly an expert so I don't know why I see that dude getting interviewed all the time. His resume includes mostly lovely rotoscoped movies, and Crumb hated his Fritz the Cat adaptation.

Otherwise, that documentary is a good inside look at how creepy a lot of animators are.

Nuclear Tourist
Apr 7, 2005

L'absinthe, c'est la mort!

I was wondering if anyone here could help me locate a documentary I saw a few years ago. I don't remember any names, but it was about a gigantic ore transporter that capsized and sank with all hands lost somewhere in southeast Asia (I think) during extremely foul weather. The documentary followed investigators trying to find out why exactly it sank, and there was also interviews with next of kin who I think mostly came from some small village in England. I think they finally concluded that the sinking had something to do with an access hole having been torn open in the storm which had allowed swell to gradually fill up the interior of the ship until it got so heavy it sank.

If anyone could help me track down this documentary then that would be awesome, because it was really good and I've been wanting to see it again.

JibbaJabberwocky
Aug 14, 2010



I just finished Reel Injun because netflix suggested it to me and I found it to be a really interesting and engaging documentary about the depiction of Native Americans in film. It starts with silent films at the very beginning and goes all the way through Native American directed films.

If you think all indigenous Americans wear feather headdresses and ride horses you might want to give this documentary a watch.

doctorfrog
Mar 14, 2007

Great.



SamLikesCake posted:

Just wanted to chime in and say that this is awesome. I love the contrast of the normal dorky animators against the scary right-wing guy who seems to think that all animators are gay paedophiles. No, seriously. That is what he thinks.

Some of these animation artists and fans are quirky. And some kind of activate little warning bells. Not gay pedos, but more like, "No, I'll take the next elevator," warning bells.

StrungOutFlip
Mar 17, 2009

Alright guys, lets shoot the stars...ohhh you just killed every star!


Does anyone know any good documentaries on soccer/football? Not so much the history or such behind the game but more so about interesting moments that have happened. I just finished watching The Game of our lives that dealt with the North Korea team in the 1966 World Cup exceeding all expectations by defeating Italy which was an awesome documentary. Another one I enjoyed was The Two Escobars which dealt with Andres Escobar's infamous own goal at the 1994 world cup that eventually led to his death.

Any other ones that you guys would recommend?

Speewah
May 28, 2011


I can't recommend any other soccer documentaries sorry, but 'Tale of Two Escobars' is fantastic. Definitely would recommend it to any one regardless if they are into sports or not.

BogDew
Jun 14, 2006

E:\FILES>quickfli clown.fli

adamj1982 posted:

Does anyone know of any good documentaries about troops returning from WWII and their mental states and difficulties?
John Huston's "Let there be light" is an excellent one that was commissioned by the army back in the 40's but then banned because the army realized how something so raw could have an effect on recruitment levels. It wasn't given a screening until the 1980's.

JibbaJabberwocky
Aug 14, 2010



Naggy2000 posted:

Skimmed the thread for these but didnt find them:

- Waiting for Superman
How the american education system... doesnt work:

Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKTfaro96dg
IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1566648/

Quoting from a long way back but this documentary is excellent and can be found on Netflix instant play. If you care about the education system in the US, if you wonder why public education doesn't seem to be working, or if you have kids of your own this is an excellent documentary about exactly why and how failures in the government and the teachers unions are driving our education system into the ground.

Probably goes without saying but it'll make you mad.

Farbtoner
May 17, 2011

by Y Kant Ozma Post


JibbaJabberwocky posted:

Quoting from a long way back but this documentary is excellent and can be found on Netflix instant play. If you care about the education system in the US, if you wonder why public education doesn't seem to be working, or if you have kids of your own this is an excellent documentary about exactly why and how failures in the government and the teachers unions are driving our education system into the ground.

Probably goes without saying but it'll make you mad.

Here's a pretty good counter-point to the movie. If you don't really know anything about the way that the public education system has been systematically dismantled over the past decade for the explicit purpose of trying to make schools one more thing that politicians can privatize and cash in on I can understand why you might think it's a powerful and eye-opening documentary. As it is it's just a bunch of obnoxious emotional manipulation and bad statistics designed to make people want to abandon the public school system instead of fixing it back up.

SamLikesCake
Oct 6, 2006

... and he is my navigator.


doctorfrog posted:

Some of these animation artists and fans are quirky. And some kind of activate little warning bells. Not gay pedos, but more like, "No, I'll take the next elevator," warning bells.

I can definitely agree with that. There is no way in hell I would ever agree to be alone in a room with John K.

JibbaJabberwocky
Aug 14, 2010



Farbtoner posted:

Here's a pretty good counter-point to the movie. If you don't really know anything about the way that the public education system has been systematically dismantled over the past decade for the explicit purpose of trying to make schools one more thing that politicians can privatize and cash in on I can understand why you might think it's a powerful and eye-opening documentary. As it is it's just a bunch of obnoxious emotional manipulation and bad statistics designed to make people want to abandon the public school system instead of fixing it back up.

I didn't really get that message from the documentary at all, to the point I have to ask "We're we even watching the same thing?" And your whole comment was uselessly smug, "if you don't really know anything" indeed....

Most of the movie discusses public schools and ways in which to change public schools in a very reasonable and rational way (like tackling teacher's unions and getting rid of ridiculous tenure). They mention charter schools only near the end of the film as the current choice for parents who want better education. Clearly those parents would rather send their child to a near-by good public school, but those schools just do not exist.

I believe in the message of paying teachers more for being better at their job and firing teachers who aren't teaching and are just using tenure as a way to skate through life, getting paid for reading the newspaper. They only focused on charter schools because those are the schools currently with the capacity to teach children with evidence based methods that really work.

That bit about bad schools creating bad neighborhoods? That's the absolute straight truth. If we want to handle the job crisis, to handle the obesity epidemic, to handle violence and the overfilling of our jails, it starts with telling kids when they're really little that teachers will be with them every step of the way and will help them succeed at everything they want to do, regardless of their parents SES. And then the teachers have to actually do it!

I believe the true message was not to make more charter schools, but to make public schools more like good charter schools. It's proven to be effective when done well but because of political and social issues.

Retarded Pimp
Jun 2, 2002



Budget Bears posted:

Can anyone recommend me some interesting and not-heartbreaking documentaries about the ocean, ocean life, etc? Preferably ones that are available online through something other than Netflix. I work in a nautical museum and we've been streaming ocean-related movies at the entrance, and I've already gone through all of the ocean documentaries on Netflix.

Kids come in here a lot so anything that doesn't have scary/gory/sad stuff in it would be preferred. (The other day I accidentally put something on which featured footage of people cutting sharks' dorsal fins off :ohdear: )

BBC Life episode 4, fish. If you can get it in HD, the sailfish decimating the school of sardines and the slomo flying fish scene are amazing.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5fz6vkQ_hQg


Ocean Odyssey, follows the life of male sperm whale.
Episode 1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mgA_Y_SmdHM

Episode 2
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EufaTB2hQZU

Retarded Pimp fucked around with this message at 03:47 on Dec 21, 2011

Non Serviam
Feb 25, 2006

wAstIng 10 bUcks ON an aVaTar iS StUpid

I know what I saw
A documentary about UFO sightings. It shows former generals, ministers, Air Force personnel, etc.
It does not refer to abductions or things like that, it limits itself to UFOs.
Although I'm very skeptic, it's still an interesting watch, since it has more "credible" witnesses, instead of the usual redneck.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PIeGeE0uDJg

Here's a review http://www.openminds.tv/review-%E2%80%9Ci-know-what-i-saw-james-fox-nails-the-issue-of-credibility-and-ufos/ (although biased in favor of it)

Edgar Quintero
Oct 5, 2004

POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS
DO NOT GIVE HEROIN

Here are some great Al-Jazeera documentaries about the (extremely recent) civil war/rebellion in Libya that led to the toppling of Moammar Qaddafi.

http://www.aljazeera.com/programmes/gaddafitheendgame/2011/12/201112874023937788.html
-The Long Road to Tripoli part 1

http://www.aljazeera.com/programmes/gaddafitheendgame/2011/12/201112891213848598.html
-The Long Road to Tripoli part 2

http://www.aljazeera.com/programmes/witness/2011/12/2011128125052290525.html
- Holding the line

Cjones
Jul 4, 2008

Democracia Socrates, MD


JibbaJabberwocky posted:

I believe the true message was not to make more charter schools, but to make public schools more like good charter schools. It's proven to be effective when done well but because of political and social issues.


Wait-- why do you think Charter school students perform better than most of their public counterparts when a large body of evidence (ie) says that's not true?

Itious
Apr 27, 2006


I was wondering if anyone could help me find somewhere to watch old National Geographic documentaries. We had cable tv for a brief period in the mid 90's and I remember some really wonderful documentaries, before reality tv had infected everything. I remember an especially good one about Mobutu Sese Seko, but it's hard to find any reference to the old National Geographic documentaries anywhere on the web.

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Sep 2, 2011

"Oh God you got the spray gun, DO NOT LOSE IT, you seriously better not screw this up, I'm not kidding"
~~The Battle Hymn of the Contra Tiger Mother~~


Stein Rockon posted:

Anyone got something about Yugoslavia? Primarily interested in serbian paramilitaries, Milosevic and that bunch of giant dicks, but I'll take anything you've got.

(doesn't have to be available as a stream)

This is a bit off-topic but I've been kicking around the idea of having an ask/tell about the experiences of my father, who fought in the Yugoslav war. Anyone interested in that?

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