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Author: Robert Fisk,Brendan O'Shea
ISBN13: 978-0752465951
Title: Bosnia's Forgotten Battlefield: Bihac
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Language: English
Category: Europe
Publisher: The History Press (September 1, 2012)
Pages: 288

Bosnia's Forgotten Battlefield: Bihac by Robert Fisk,Brendan O'Shea

Przeczytaj go w aplikacji Książki Google Play na komputerze albo na urządzeniu z Androidem lub iOS. Pobierz, by czytać offline. Czytając książkę Bosnia's Forgotten Battlefield: Bihac, zaznaczaj tekst, dodawaj zakładki i rób notatki. Brendan O’Shea is a member of the Irish Defence Forces and the author of Warrior 80: Irish Volunteer Soldier 1913–23 and the coauthor of Baptised in Blood: Illustrated History of the Cork Brigade and The Burning of Cork. He served with the UN in Lebanon and in the former Yugoslavia. Robert Fisk is the Middle East correspondent for the Independent, described by the New York Times as "probably the most famous foreign correspondent in Britain. His books include The Age of the Warrior and The Great War for Civilisation.

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Twenty years ago, the term ‘ethnic cleansing’ entered the common lexicon  . The terrible events that took place in the UN ‘safe haven’ at Bihac in North-west Bosnia between 1992 and 1995 represent the Bosnian conflict in microcosm. Muslim fought all factions of Serb, Muslim fought Muslim, and the Croats interfered.

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Based on the author's experiences as a serving soldier and European Commission Monitor, a narrative account of the civil war in the former Yugoslavia

Brendan O'Shea had access to both EU and UN official documents for his research and used these to unravel the complex story of the Bosnian war. He tells the tragic story of what happened at the "safe haven" at Bihac in northwestern Bosnia between 1992 and 1996, showing the Bosnian civil war in microcosm. At Bihac, Muslims fought all variety of Serb, Muslims fought Muslims, and the Croats interfered continually, thereby ensuring a rapid descent into bitter civil war and a vindictive power struggle. "Ethnic cleansing" was rife, and horrific war crimes that shocked the world were committed on all sides. Local politicians manipulated the desperate refugee situation in order to extract concessions, humanitarian aid, and considerable sums of money from the UN and other agencies, and then siphoned off huge quantities to pay for military arms and equipment. O'Shea reveals how the generals manipulated all agencies who came to assist them to ensure their own military and political advancement. Radovan Karadzic, Ratko Mladic, and Slobodan Milosevic are still names that stick horribly in the memory. As every party to the Bosnian tragedy promoted their own version of events as the truth, O'Shea reveals the numerous layers of deceit and dishonesty.