Photo essay

McDonald, Michele
June 1998
Nieman Reports;Summer98, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p14
Presents a photo essay depicting life in Serbia, Bosnia and Kosovo in 1993. Mental hospitalization of Serbian soldiers; Photographs and written reports of human rights abuses of Serbs; Why Albanians refused to send their children to school.


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