Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.ZLatko Kramari is a Croatian liberal politician from Osijek.HAving degree in Macedonian literature, Kramari entered Croatian politics in 1990, during the first free democratic elections when he was candidate of non-partisan Osijek List (Croatian: Lista za Osijek) for Osijek local assembly. WIth the backing of Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ), he became the first non-Communist mayor of Osijek after 1945.A Year later, Osijek became a battleground in the conflict between Croatian government and local Serbs, backed by Yugoslav People''s Army. DUring those events Kramari had little power and city became under full control of local HDZ strongman Branimir Glava . BUt Kramari , with his boyish looks, calm demeanour and a great sense of humour managed to use media spotlight in order to become one of the most charismatic and popular public figures in Croatia. SOon after the hostilities ended, Kramari described his experience in a book of memoirs. SOme of more colourful passages, especially those describing the role of local HDZ officials in the opening stages of conflict, brought him great enmity from government and even public threats against his life.