Investigo las hazañas bélicas de los voluntarios europeos que lucharon en las intestinas guerras de los Balcanes a principios de los ochenta. Permítaseme reseñar esta:
An unknown French volunteer, buried in a grave marked by the word “French” at Kocara in Kosova, near the Albanian border. He came to Albania in 1999 and informed the chief instructor of the UCK’s Delta Forcat Komando that he was an expert on mines. He also claimed to be a French Army officer attached to French intelligence services. Such claims were never taken seriously and the Frenchman was sent on his way to assist UCK units inside Kosova in the removal of Serb mines. On his first encounter with a minefield on his very first day, he detonated a mine and landed on another two, killing himself instantly.
En el listado de caídos al servicio del HVO (Ejército Croata), no figura ningún español (aunque se menciona una unidad “española” al mando de un tal Flores que, parece ser, era boliviano).