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Bosnia Genocide

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Rebecca Hoover

on 15 May 2013

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Transcript of Bosnia Genocide

Rebecca Hoover What history events lead up to the
Bosnia Genocide? Where was the Bosnian Genocide happening? Who was involved Was there ultranationalism involved in causing the Bosnia Genocide? What are the effects of the Bosnia Genocide? Sources -Bosnia Yes there was ultranationalism involved with the genocide because the Serbs felt more superior to the Croats. www.ppu.org.uk/genocide/g_bosnia.html Bosnia The government changed from a communist ruled power. It changed because the President Tito died. in the Bosnia Genocide? Serbs were Orthodox Christians. And Croats were Catholics. And Ethnic Albanian were Muslims. 1992-1995 "Bosnia was the victim of one group's determined wish for political domination, which it was prepared to achieve by isolating ethnic groups and if necessary exterminating them." The Long term effects. The Short term effects. The Bosnian Country is still a troubled country. There is still a worry that the country could back into a genocide. www.historyplace.com/worldhistory/genocide/bosnia.htm worldwithoutgenocide.org/genocide-and-conflicts/bosnia-genocide Events that were directly apart of the Genocide. April 1992, Serbs wanted to "ethnically cleanse" by removing all Muslims. Many Muslims were sent to concentration camps and women and girls were raped and other civilians were tortured, starved and murdered. What were the primary goals and interests of those who committed the atrocities? What did they want? To remove and convert them by raping the women and girls, so, they will have the children of the Serbs. Did the world respond? The United Nations created safe areas and were protected by conditional peacekeepers. The Serbs killed many Croats. It's the largest massacre after world war two. About 23,000 women, children and elderly people were put on buses and about 8,000 were "battle-age" men were sent to be detained and slaughtered. Was ultranationalim involved during the event? What has the situation been like since the genocide? No peace, there is worry that there could be another world war. I don't think the war the could have been avoided because of the failing government and because of the disagreements. Was ultranationalism involved after the event? Once the war ended there was still a disagreement between them but the war. They could break out into war at any time and kill many people.
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