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Return to Srebrenica

Author: Nick DavidsonJenny RichardsLuke GawinSally DunbarMichael HumphriesAll authors
Publisher: Oley, PA : Bullfrog Films [distributor, 2005]
Series: Life (Bullfrog Films)., Series 4 ;, program 23.; Millennium series (Bullfrog Films)
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In July 1995 the Muslim town of Srebrenica, Bosnia became the site of the worst massacre in Europe since WWII. After a 3-year siege, Serb armed forces entered the town and massacred 8000 civilians while another 35,000 were driven into other parts of Bosnia. Now international aid is allowing the town to begin to build a new future. This story unfolds through interviews with returning refugees, those who cannot face  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Documentary television programs
Nonfiction television programs
Television programs
Personal narratives
Personal narratives, Bosnian
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Nick Davidson; Jenny Richards; Luke Gawin; Sally Dunbar; Michael Humphries; Paddy Ashdown; Television Trust for the Environment.; BBC Worldwide Ltd.; Bullfrog Films.
ISBN: 1594582203 9781594582202
OCLC Number: 61050840
Notes: "BBC World"--Container.
"Global efforts to achieve the UN Millennium development goals."--Container.
Originally broadcast on the television program Lifeonline in 2004.
Credits: Music, Richard Wright ; editor, Alistair Kerr.
Performer(s): Commentary, Sally Dunbar.
Description: 1 videodisc (27 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD-R; full screen; stereo.
Series Title: Life (Bullfrog Films)., Series 4 ;, program 23.; Millennium series (Bullfrog Films)
Other Titles: Lifeonline (Television program)
Responsibility: produced by Television Trust for the Environment ; series consultant, Jenny Richards ; directed by Nick Davidson ; series producer, Luke Gawin.

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In July 1995 the Muslim town of Srebrenica, Bosnia became the site of the worst massacre in Europe since WWII. After a 3-year siege, Serb armed forces entered the town and massacred 8000 civilians while another 35,000 were driven into other parts of Bosnia. Now international aid is allowing the town to begin to build a new future. This story unfolds through interviews with returning refugees, those who cannot face going back; with the International Commission for Missing People; with EU Ambassador Michael Humphries; and with Lord Paddy Ashdown, internationally appointed administrator of Bosnia.

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