Genocide in the 20th Century - Bosnia-Herzegovina

Genocide in the 20th Century - Bosnia-Herzegovina
Genocide in the 20th Century - Bosnia-Herzegovina
Genocide in the 20th Century - Bosnia-Herzegovina
Genocide in the 20th Century - Bosnia-Herzegovina
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In the Republic of Bosnia-Herzegovina, conflict between the 3 main ethnic groups, the Serbs, Croats, and Muslims, resulted in genocide committed by the Serbs against the Muslims in Bosnia. Bosnia is one of several small countries that emerged from the break-up of Yugoslavia into 3 religious groups that had been historical rivals, even bitter enemies, including the Serbs (Orthodox Christians), Croats (Catholics) and ethnic Albanians (Muslims).

In 1991, the new Croat government, led by Franjo Tudjman, enacted discriminatory laws targeting Orthodox Serbs. Aided by Serbian guerrillas in Croatia, Milosevic's forces invaded in July 1991 to 'protect' the Serbian minority. In the city of Vukovar, they bombarded the outgunned Croats for 86 consecutive days and reduced it to rubble. After Vukovar fell, the Serbs began the first mass executions of the conflict, killing hundreds of Croat men and burying them in mass graves.

As the Serbs gained ground, they began to systematically roundup local Muslims in scenes eerily similar to those that had occurred under the Nazis during World War II, including mass shootings, forced repopulation of entire towns, and confinement in make-shift concentration camps for men and boys. The Serbs also terrorized Muslim families into fleeing their villages by using rape as a weapon against women and girls.

The actions of the Serbs were labeled as 'ethnic cleansing,' a name which quickly took hold by the international media. Despite media reports of the secret camps, the mass killings, as well as the destruction of Muslim mosques and historic architecture in Bosnia, the world community remained mostly indifferent.

Between 1992-1995, over 200,000 Muslim civilians had been systematically murdered. More than 20,000 were missing and feared dead, while 2,000,000 had become refugees.

NOTE: ALTHOUGH I HAVE TRIED TO BE SENSITIVE IN THE SELECTION OF PICTURES FOR THE PRESENTATION, DUE TO THE GRAPHIC NATURE OF THE SUBJECT MATERIAL SOME STUDENTS MAY FIND CERTAIN PICTURES TROUBLESOME. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO SUBSTITUTE OR ELIMINATE AS REQUIRED.

The presentation covers the following:

Genocide Defined
Serb Genocide
Josip Tito
Slobodan Milosevic
Yugoslavian Civil War
World War II
Limited International Response
Bosnian Recognition
Systematic Executions
“Ethnic Cleansing”
Genocide Against Muslims
Call for Intervention
Clinton’s Ultimatum
U. N. Safe Havens
Slaughter at Srebrenica
Military Intervention
Brokered Peace
Casualties
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Genocide in the 20th Century - Bosnia-Herzegovina
Genocide in the 20th Century - Bosnia-Herzegovina
Genocide in the 20th Century - Bosnia-Herzegovina
Genocide in the 20th Century - Bosnia-Herzegovina