Genocide and the Bosnian War
The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc, Aug 15, 2008 - 64 pages
This title in the Genocide in Modern Times series examines the mass killing of Bosnian Muslims by Serbs in the former Yugoslavia, following the break-up of the Soviet Union in the early 1990s. The text clearly lays out the roots of the region's long-simmering ethnic hatred among Croats, Serbs, and Bosnian Muslims, and explains the chain of events that led to the genocide. Also discussed are the complications brought on by the failure of world leaders to step in and demand an end to the killing.
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