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Blood and honey : a Balkan war journal

Author: Ron Haviv; Chuck Sudetic; Bernard Kouchner; David Rieff
Publisher: New York : TV Books, ©2000.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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"Of the thousands of photographs that emerged from the war in Yugoslavia, Ron Haviv's stand out as a unique record. From the first outbreak of war in 1991 to the present-day ethnic turmoil in Kosovo, Haviv produced images that depicted both the urgency and the tragedy of war." "Chuck Sudetic provides an essay giving Haviv's photographs a historical, political, and cultural context. Sudetic sheds light on the forces  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Haviv, Ron.
Blood and honey.
New York : TV Books, c2000
(OCoLC)603773246
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ron Haviv; Chuck Sudetic; Bernard Kouchner; David Rieff
ISBN: 1575001357 9781575001357
OCLC Number: 44089426
Notes: "An Umbrage Editions Book".
Description: 189 p. : col. ill., 1 col. map ; 29 cm.
Responsibility: by Ron Haviv ; essays by Chuck Sudetic and David Rieff ; afterword by Bernard Kouchner.

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"Of the thousands of photographs that emerged from the war in Yugoslavia, Ron Haviv's stand out as a unique record. From the first outbreak of war in 1991 to the present-day ethnic turmoil in Kosovo, Haviv produced images that depicted both the urgency and the tragedy of war." "Chuck Sudetic provides an essay giving Haviv's photographs a historical, political, and cultural context. Sudetic sheds light on the forces behind the tragic cycles of war that have engulfed the Balkans over the past century. David Rieff offers an acute and impassioned defense of the document and the importance of witness. Bernard Kouchner, present-day governor of Kosovo, writes with vigorous morality and passion about the importance and implication of the past on the future of the former Yugoslavia. The images in Blood and Honey are further augmented by a chronology of the conflict and quotations from victims, perpetrators, political figures, and international observers that provide alternative and opposing voices about the war."--BOOK JACKET.

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