1940 – Born in the village of Soviæi in the municipality of Grude in southern Bosnia Herzegovina. Bosnian Croatian leader.
– He managed a publishing company in Imotski, Croatia and subsequently was a bureucrat in a tobacco factory in Zagreb.
1991-1994 – He was the first and only president of the short lived Herzeg-Bosnia.
– Boban proclaimed the existence of the ‘Croatian Community of Herzeg-Bosnia’, as a separate "political, cultural, economic and territorial whole," on the territory of Bosnia.
1992 – Met with Bosnian Serb president Radovan Karadžiæ in Graz, Austria where they agreed on mutual cooperation in the division of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
– Boban went into retirement after the Washington accords ended Herzeg-Bosnia.
1997 – On 4th of July, he had a stroke and died at a hospital in Mostar.