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This book is a moving account of the experiences of a large family who lived in Sarajevo and how each member was affected by the conflict. This true story is the experience of the war of two sisters; one who went to Zagreb in Croatia and the other who remained in is recommended to all who would like to know how ordinary familes suffered and survived a terrible war/5(). Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Best Books of the Month of over 1, results for "Bosnia War" Balkan Ghosts: A . World War I: The Definitive Visual History: From Sarajevo to Versailles. Richard Holbrooke, the U. S. diplomat who was both chief negotiator and the primary architect of the Accords, recounts the experience in his important new book, To End a War. Considering the formidable obstacles Holbrooke and his colleagues had to overcome, the wonder is that any kind of viable peace was realized at all.
At play in siege city: every child in Sarajevo is a ballistics expert. Ian Traynor reports on the trauma of growing up in wartime. 27 February Balkan Inferno: Betrayal, War and Intervention, – Enigma Books. ISBN Joll, James; Martel, Gordon (). The Origins of the First World War (3rd ed.). Routledge. ISBN King, Greg; Woolmans, Sue (). The Assassination of the Archduke: Sarajevo and the Romance That Changed the World. St. Martin. This book is Holbrooke's gripping inside account of his mission, of the decisive months when, belatedly and reluctantly but ultimately decisively, the United States reasserted its moral authority and leadership and ended Europe's worst war in over half a century. 'War Childhood: Sarajevo –' is a book published in Its goal is to present and explore the collective experience of the children of Sarajevo. Unique in having been co-created by more than 1, people, the book tells this generation's story by presenting a mosaic of memories created out of hundreds of short recollections.
Zlata Filipović wrote her diary from to during the Bosnian war. Located mostly in Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia. Zlata began writing her diary in , just after she began fifth grade. The war began just before her eleventh birthday. This book chronicles the life of people on one street in Sarajevo and the impact of the Bosnian war on their lives. The people are described in their complexity and distinctiveness, without being portrayed as victims/5(30). The book was funded on Kickstarter in three days by journalists, UN workers, Bosnians, and others who had maintained connections with each other since long after the war was over. Some of the men and women who worked as translators for journalists during the war offered their help to translate the book into Bosnian. Sarajevo Marlboro is Miljenko Jergovic’s remarkable début collection of stories. A child of Sarajevo, Jergovic remained in the city throughout the war.