Blood And Vengeance: One Family'S Story Of The War In Bosnia
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Of all the reporters who covered the Bosnian war, none saw more clearly, dug more deeply or reported more acutely than Chuck Sudetic. Now, with Blood and Vengeance, he has done nothing less than write the defining narrative of the Bosnian conflict. It is an extraordinary achievement. David RieffIn July 1995 approximately 7,000 Muslim men, women, and children died under Serbian hands in and around the old Bosnian mining town of Srebrenica. Blood and Vengeance puts a human face on the grim statistics and tangled politics of this event. Through the odyssey of one Muslim family, the Celiks of the remote mountain village of Kupusovici, journalist Chuck Sudetic tells the epic and tragic story of a people and a nation. His narrative reaches beyond the Battle of Kosovo in 1389, where the Turks conquered the Serbs, and unfolds with sweeping and inexorable power towards the Celiks' rendezvous with history in the so-called safe area of Srebrenica.
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