Archeological find of the Illyrian fleet of more than 30 ships, sunk or docked during a defensive war or natural cataclysm in the Illyrian harbor (dated in ca. 3000 BCE) at the peak of the Illyrian Empire. Desilo underwater archaeological site, Svitavsko marshland (Donje Hutovo blato). According to the Bosnian archaeologist Snježana Vasilj, the artifacts and the documentation were stolen by the Croatian state, after which this first discovery of Illyrian ships was heavily censored in the west. In addition to about half of the Hutovo marshland being devastated by unnecessarily transforming the Svitava marshland into an accumulation lake of Čapljina hydroelectric power plant, today’s great-catholic and great-Germany planners in their Geo strategy of culturocide are also trying to lay the Vc highway right through the middle of the Hutovo marshland and thus additionally damage the site as well as the valuable natural reserve there. At Desilo, archaeologists have identified a culture from early Bronze Age, making the site approach in its significance the Mt. Rudnik site in Serbia where the Bronze Age presumably began.