The Srebrenica massacre on July 1995 killing, during the Bosnian War, of more than 8,372+ Bosnian Muslims.
Srebrenica in Bosnia and Herzegovina, by units of the Army of Republika Srpska under the command of Ratko Mladic.
The mass murder described by the Secretary-General of UN as the worst crime on European soil since the World War II.
Srebrenica and the Politics of War CrimesGift Ideas
Engaging, harrowing, and enlightening, his accounts convey the terror and trauma of these incidents while identifying the zealotry, prejudices, and animosities that fuelled by read more...
They buried their victims in a mass grave in a wheat field on the outskirts of town, after having been congratulated by their general, Ratko Mladic, who told them, "Finally, the time has come to take revenge on the Turks." read more...
This is a powerful and moving portrait of the brutality of war and of the victimization of the Bosnian Muslims who were far less nationalistic than either the Bosnian Croats or the Bosnian Serbs.Read more...
Making Peace with the Guilty
Sacco's detailed, personal reporting captures his subject matter more convincingly than photographs or Christiane Amanpour.Read more...
This is an important, comprehensive, and at times urgent account of modern genocide. The geographical and historical breadth of cases as well as the combining of thoughtful analysis.Read more...
The honour to transmit the text of a memorandum on war crimes and crimes of genocide in eastern Bosnia (communes of Brstunac, skelani and Srebrenica) against the Serbian population.Pages 1 - 21
The Serb offensive on Srebrenica began in earnest on 6 July 1995. In the following days, the five UNPROFOR observation posts, in the southern part fell one by one in the face of the Serb forces.Pages 22 - 40
The cruelty and insidiousness exhibited in the attacks on Serb villages, the ruthlessness towards villagers taken prisoner or captured ,without distinction as to sex, age healthy or wounded and ill.Pages 41 - 51
Serbian people must be discovered and answer for their wrongdoings. Time may not be an obstacle, for crimes never lapse and their perpetrators are criminal irrespective of the state they live in.Pages 52 - 80
From Srebrenica, sought to come to the rescue of my children who were wounded by the Muslims but struggling for her life she killed a Muslim who had previously killed my family.
Along its entire length from the east to the southwest it borders on the Moslem villages of the commune of Srebrenica and with Mt. Buljim, and in the plains with the asphalt road Bratunac-Kravica.Pages 105 - 132
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