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Srebrenica Exhumations

Srebrenica Exhumations

Taken on 1996-06-01

Srebrenica exhumation program, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 1996. Photograph provided courtesy of the ICTY.

Source: ICTY

Uploaded by MicroscopeLens on 2014-01-21

Srebrenica Exhumations

Srebrenica Exhumations

Taken on 1996-06-01

Srebrenica exhumation program, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 1996. Photograph provided courtesy of the ICTY.

Source: ICTY

Uploaded by MicroscopeLens on 2014-01-21

HVO Tank Captured from Serbs

HVO Tank Captured from Serbs

Taken on 1996-02-26

Croatian Defense Council (HVO) soldiers stand out the top of a Russian 122 mm 2S1 SPH during the Operation Joint Endeavor. This one was originally owned by the Serbs and later captured by the Croatians. The 4th Guards Artillery Demonstration took place in Dusine, Bosnia-Herzegovina on February 26, 1996 for IFOR. SPC Alejandro Cabello, 55th Signal Company of U.S. Marine Corps.

Source: United States Army

Uploaded by MicroscopeLens on 2013-11-03

Dayton Accords

Dayton Accords

Taken on 1995-12-14

President Slobodan Milošević of Yugoslavia, President Alija Izetbegović of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and President Franjo Tuđman of Croatia initial the Dayton Peace Accords. The Balkan Proximity Peace Talks were conducted at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Nov. 1-21, 1995 and ended conflict arising from the breakup of Yugoslavia. The Dayton Accords paved the way for the signing of the final “General Framework Agreement for Peace in Bosnia & Herzegovina” on Dec. 14 at the Elysee Palace.

Source: U.S. Air Force/Staff Sgt. Brian Schlumbohm

Uploaded by MicroscopeLens on 2013-11-19

Linkup of Croatian and Bosnia-Herzegovina armies during the Operation Storm

Linkup of Croatian and Bosnia-Herzegovina armies during the Operation Storm

Taken on 1995-08-06

'Lieutenant General Marijan Mareković (Croatian Army) (left) and Lieutenant General Atif Dudaković (Army of Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina) (right) shaking hands in a link-up ceremony held after the two armies lifted the siege of Bihać. Photo taken in Tržačka Raštela, Bosnia and Herzegovina, on 6 August 1995.'

Source: Davor Marijan: Oluja, ISBN 9789537439088

Uploaded by SamiGoat on 2014-06-19

Destroyed Mosque - Bosnia 1993

Destroyed Mosque - Bosnia 1993

Taken on 1993-04-15

Bombed Mosque in Ahmici, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Photograph provided courtesy of the ICTY.

Source: ICTY

Uploaded by MicroscopeLens on 2014-01-19

UN Soldiers collect bodies after Massacre

UN Soldiers collect bodies after Massacre

Taken on 1993-04-15

UN Peace Keepers collecting bodies from Ahmici, Bosnia and Herzegovina in April 1993. Photograph provided courtesy of the ICTY.

Source: ICTY

Uploaded by MicroscopeLens on 2014-01-19

Celebici Camp

Celebici Camp

Taken on 1993-01-01

Exhibit showing Serbs from Konjica area detained in Čelebići camp. Photograph provided courtesy of ICTY.

Source: ICTY

Uploaded by MicroscopeLens on 2014-01-20

Manjača camp

Manjača camp

Taken on 1993-01-01

Detainees at the Manjača camp, near Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Photograph provided courtesy of the ICTY

Source: ICTY

Uploaded by MicroscopeLens on 2014-01-20

Starvation at Trnopolje Camp

Starvation at Trnopolje Camp

Taken on 1992-06-15

Detainees at the Trnopolje Camp, near Prijedor, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Photograph provided courtesy of ICTY.

Source: ICTY

Uploaded by MicroscopeLens on 2013-11-29

Serbia Calling Poster

Serbia Calling Poster

Taken on 1991-06-01

Promotional poster of the Serb Volunteer Guard, also known as Arkan's Tigers. Željko Ražnatović (better known as Arkan) is pictured in a trench coat in the center. The paramilitary unit's training center was located in Erdut, Croatia, marked with the geo-tag. The poster reads "Serbia Calling" on the bottom.

Source: Public Poster

Uploaded by MicroscopeLens on 2014-01-21

Anti-Serb riots in Sarajevo

Anti-Serb riots in Sarajevo

Taken on 1914-06-30

After the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria by Bosnian Serb student Gavrilo Princip, anti-Serb sentiment ran high throughout Austria-Hungary, resulting in violence against Serbs. On the night of the assassination, country-wide anti-Serb riots and demonstrations organized in other parts of the Austro-Hungarian Empire took place. As Princip's co-conspirators were mostly ethnic Serbs, the Austro-Hungarian government soon became convinced that the Kingdom of Serbia was behind the assassination. Pogroms against ethnic Serbs were organized immediately after the assassination and lasted for days. They were organized and stimulated by Oskar Potiorek, the Austro-Hungarian governor of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The first anti-Serb demonstrations, led by the followers of Josip Frank, were organized in early evening of 28 June in Zagreb. (exact dates unknown for some of the photos - check original sources)

Source: Anti-Serb Riots Wikipedia Page

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2015-01-03

Aftermath of Anti-Serb Riots in Sarajevo, June 1914

Aftermath of Anti-Serb Riots in Sarajevo, June 1914

Taken on 1914-06-29

Sarajevo experienced anti-Serb riots after the death of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand at the hands of Serbian nationalist Gavrilo Princip.

Source: Historijski Arhiv Sarajevo

Uploaded by northway on 2014-08-02

Ethnic Serbs Executed by Austro-Hungarian Troops in Herzegovina, World War I

Ethnic Serbs Executed by Austro-Hungarian Troops in Herzegovina, World War I

Taken on 1914-06-29

Ethnic Serbs in Herzegovina executed by Austro-Hungarian troops in response to the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand. Date unknown.

Source: Wikipedia

Uploaded by northway on 2014-08-07

Nationalist Assassin Gavrilo Princip Captured, June 1914

Nationalist Assassin Gavrilo Princip Captured, June 1914

Taken on 1914-06-28

Nationalist Gavrilo Princip arrested following his assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand. His actions precipitated the First World War.

Source: http://moderncontemporarybham.wordpress.com/2013/03/page/2/ / Serbian Military Archives

Uploaded by northway on 2014-08-02

Nationalist Assassin Gavrilo Princip

Nationalist Assassin Gavrilo Princip

Taken on 1914-06-28

Bosnian Serb nationalist Gavril Princip assassinated Austria's Archduke Franz Ferdinand, setting in motion the events that would lead to the First World War.

Source: Wikipedia Commons

Uploaded by northway on 2014-08-02

Sarajevo Citizens Read a Poster Declaring Austrian Annexation, 1908

Sarajevo Citizens Read a Poster Declaring Austrian Annexation, 1908

Taken on 1908-10-07

Sarajevo citizens read a proclamation declaring the official annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina by Austria-Hungary (the territory had been occupied without annexation since 1878).

Source: Scanned from the 1954 edition of "Sarajevski Atentat" by Vojislav Bogićević.

Uploaded by northway on 2014-08-02

General Ratko Mladic at UN-Mediated Talks, Sarajevo, June 1993

General Ratko Mladic at UN-Mediated Talks, Sarajevo, June 1993

Exact date taken unknown

General Ratko Mladic (centre) arrives for UN-mediated talks at Sarajevo airport, June 1993. Photo by Mikhail Evstafiev

Source: Evstafiev Mikhail/Wikipedia

Uploaded by mfa1988 on 2015-04-15

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