Press Accounts: [US Media]

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Part of
David Rohde Collection on Srebrenica (view collection record)

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Press Accounts: [US Media]
1994 - 1998
Physical Description:
137 pages


Millions awaiting international reaction to the Serb offensive.
The killing fields of Bosnia.
Witness to atrocity: the UN troops stood by.
Genocide without corpses: Srebrenica was said to be Europe’s biggest atrocity since WWII, but why haven’t more bodies been found?.
Signs of mass graves found a new in Bosnia.
Srebrenica: scene from hell that drove Bosnia to peace.
US intelligence knew Serbs were planning an assault on Srebrenica.
Blood and vengeance:one family’s story of the massacre at Srebrenica and the unending war in Bosnia.
Investigating Srebrenica: three years after the fall of the enclave new truths keep popping up.


HU OSA 377-0-1 Subject Files (HU OSA 377-0-1)
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HU OSA 377-0-1 Subject Files


Collection Specific Tags:
Akashi, Yasushi, Annan, Kofi, Bildt, Carl, Bos, Johan, Chirac, Jacques, Clinton, Bill, Holbrooke, Richard, Karadžić, Radovan, Karremans, Thom, Mladić, Ratko, Mustafić, Senad, Šešelj, VojislavBlack Wolves, Bosnian Serb Army, Criminal responsibility, Dutch conscience, Dutchbat, Ethnic cleansing, forced labor, Genocide investigation, Human shields, humanitarian aid, ICTY (International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia), Mass executions, Mass graves, Mass killings, Missing persons, Moral responsibility, NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organisation), Refugees from Srebrenica, Responsibility for genocide, Safe areas, Shelling of civilians, Shelling of Srebrenica, Srebrenica genocide, Srebrenica survivors, UN Rapid Reaction Force, United Nations, UNPROFOR (United Nations Protection Forces), Violations of international humanitarian law
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Archival ID:
HU OSA 377-0-1:4/2
Suggested Citation:
"Press Accounts: [US Media]", 1994 - 1998. HU OSA 377-0-1:4/2; HU OSA 377-0-1 Subject Files; Open Society Archives at Central European University, Budapest.
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