Boško Buha (first from the right) - The Partisan Bomber. Boško Buha is a synonym for Partisans, bombs and courage - a name well known in post war Yugoslavia. He was born in Croatia (Gradine) in 1926, but had to leave as soon as the war in Yugoslavia broke out in 1941 together with the rest of Serbs emigrating from the territory of Independent State of Croatia. He quickly joined the 2nd proletarian brigade, its 4th battalion to be precise. Due to his young age and short height, he was nearly denied joining the Partisans, but was eventually given the job of a bomber. During the course of fighting across Yugoslavia, mostly operations in Bosnia and Herzegovina, he becomes a prominent and courages bomber, using his wit and fearlessness to throw grenades at enemy bunkers and positions. He was known across all divisions and even got commendations from Partisan leader, Josip Broz Tito. He was killed in Serbia during an ambush by the Chetniks on the 28th of December 1943. He was proclaimed a national hero in 1951.