Name of leader Milan Babic
Organization Serbian Republic of Krajina
Conflict country Croatia
Year of birth 1956 
Place of birth Kukor, Croatia (former Yugoslavia)
Year of death 2006 
Yes, he died of suicide in 2006.
His birth order is unknown.
Age at start of rebel leadership
He became leader in 1991, so at age 35.
Leader entry method
His leader entry method is unclear.
No, there is no evidence of powersharing.
Education (also name universities attended, if any); note any relevant experiences while a student
“He graduated from Belgrade University's School of Dentistry in 1981.”
Ever married? If yes, age of first marriage
Yes, but the age he married is unknown.
Yes, he had two children.
He is Serbian Orthodox.
Elite family background
His family background is unknown.
Political affiliations and intellectual circles; note any relevant social connections made
No, there is no evidence of political affiliations.
Physical and mental health
No, there is no evidence of poor physical or mental health.
Pre-militant leader occupation
He was primarily a dentist.
Experience in a state military, and role; any relevant social ties
No, there is no evidence of experience in a state military.
Experience in a nonstate military, and role; any relevant social ties
No, there is no evidence of experience in a nonstate military.
Combat experience prior to assuming resistance organization leadership?
No, there is no evidence of combat experience.
Held government position prior to assuming leadership?
Yes, in “1990 Babic was elected mayor of Knin, a sleepy railway town that was to become the capital of the Serb-controlled areas of Croatia.”
Lived in exile?
No, there is no evidence he lived in exile.
No, there is no evidence he studied abroad.
Did the leader receive military training abroad?
No, there is no evidence of military training abroad.
Did the leader have extensive work experience abroad?
No, there is no evidence he had extensive work experience abroad.
Serve time in prison? Social connections during that time?
No, while in 2003 he was sentenced to 13 years in prison for the ethnic cleansing of non-Serbs while leader of the Serbian Republic of Krajina, that was after he was leader.
Was there an assassination attempt on the leader by the state?
No, there is no evidence of an assassination attempt by the state.
Cause of Death?
He died of suicide.
Primary language, and other languages spoken as adult
He spoke Serbian and the Croatian dialect.
Image Credit: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Milan_Babi%C4%87_crop.jpg
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