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This Time We Knew: Western Responses to Genocide in Bosnia by
Call Number: DR1313 .T485 1996 (Gumberg 3rd Floor)
In This Time We Knew, Thomas Cushman and Stjepan G. Mestrovic have put together a collection of critical, reflective, essays that offer detailed sociological, political, and historical analyses of western responses to the war. This volume punctures once and for all common excuses for Western inaction.
Genocide in Bosnia: The Policy of "Ethnic Cleansing" by
Call Number: DR1313.7.A85 C54 1995 (Gumberg 3rd Floor)
In this compelling and thorough study, Norman Cigar sets out to prove that genocide in Bosnia-Herzegovina is not simply the unintentional result of civil war or the unfortunate by-product of rabid nationalism. Genocide is, he contends, the planned and direct consequence of conscious policy decisions made by the Serbian establishment in Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Surviving the Bosnian Genocide: The Women of Srebrenica Speak by
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In July 1995, the Army of the Serbian Republic killed some 8,000 Bosnian men and boys in and around the town of Srebrenica--the largest mass murder in Europe since World War II. Surviving the Bosnian Genocide is based on the testimonies of 60 female survivors of the massacre who were interviewed by Dutch historian Selma Leydesdorff. The women, many of whom still live in refugee camps, talk about their lives before the Bosnian war, the events of the massacre, and the ways they have tried to cope with their fate.
Slobodan Milosevic and the Destruction of Yugoslavia by
Call Number: DR2053 .M55 S45 2002 (Gumberg 3rd Floor)
In Slobodan Milosevic and the Destruction of Yugoslavia former U.S. foreign service officer Louis Sell fills a gap in the literature on the Yugoslav conflicts by covering both the domestic Yugoslav side of the collapse and the history and consequences of international interventions in the wars in Slovenia and Croatia in 1991, Bosnia in 1992-1995, and Kosovo from 1998-1999.
Woman Mourning at Grave of Srebrenica Massacre, Bosnia
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