The Bosnian War and Ethnic Cleansing
The Bosnian War (1992?1995) involved ferocious killing among a trio of the region?s major ethnic groups: Serbs, Croats, and Muslims. By the war?s end, as many as 26,000 Muslim civilians had been systematically murdered. This insightful resource offers a unique look at those terrifying events, including highlighting three possible perspectives on the war and the confusion these different perspectives can cause, even years later. Readers will also benefit from a review of Bosnia?s history and the events that culminated in this gruesome time.