TITLE

Chapter 2

PUB. DATE
March 2008
SOURCE
Not My Turn to Die: Memoirs of a Broken Childhood in Bosnia;2008, p19
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
Chapter 2 of the book "Not My Turn to Die: Memoirs of a Broken Childhood in Bosnia" is presented. The author describes the start of the Bosnian War. The fighting started on May 4, 1992. His father's cousins were the first two people killed on the first day of fighting in Goražde. Before the fighting began, the majority of Serbs left the city and surrounded Goražde from the suburbs and hills on the east and west banks of the river Drina, fighting Muslims who positioned themselves inside the city.
ACCESSION #
36237756

 

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