Seasons in Hell: Understanding Bosnia's War

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Simon & Schuster, 1994 - 370 pagine
The war that has riven Bosnia-Herzegovina is the most ferocious carnage to blight Europe since the fall of the Third Reich. It has shocked, challenged, but ultimately baffled the world. This account of the war boils down the labyrinth of violence to a horribly simple story: the humiliation, decimation and betrayal of the Bosnian Muslims by two rival Balkan powers, and then by the international community.

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I read a copy of this largely at the library back during the Impeachment Proceedings; it was a heady time of salsa bagels and diet pepsi with lemon. I actually had to insert the fruit. That appears to ... Leggi recensione completa

SEASONS IN HELL: Understanding Bosnia's War

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An angry, impassioned book from a journalist who has seen the Bosnian conflict at its worst. Vulliamy has been covering the war in the former Yugoslavia for the Guardian, winning several awards for ... Leggi recensione completa


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