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    Nationalism In Bosnia

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    has left a huge impact on the world. Many new challenges, conflicts, and acts has sprung of because of it. What happened in Bosnia was one of them. The ethnic cleansing and genocide in Bosnia was one of the worst since the Holocaust. After WWII many new nations sprung up dew to Nationalism. Many of these nations were disperse in language, religion, and population. In 1922, Bosnia declared independence. Due to this, the Bosniaks, Croats, and Serbs went in an all-out Civil War. Slobodan Milosevic supplied

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    The History of Bosnia

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    The history of Bosnia was full of violence, anger and war. Bosnia was once the epicenter of former Yugoslavia. The state of Bosnia dates back to the Second Century and was quite different from current Bosnia. Second Century Bosnia consisted of Latin speaking settlers from Roman Empire and they were also Christians. (History of Bosnia and Herzegovina). The first ruler of Bosnia, in the high middle ages, was Ban Boric. The second ruler was Ban Kulin and he ruled in the late 1100’s. Ban Kulin

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    country because they supported the ethnic cleansing. The returnees not being able to return to their homes added to Bosnia being ethnically fractured after the war. As expressed by McMahon and Western, “In ethnically fractured postwar Bosnia, however, such decentralization further weakened efforts to build a coherent state.” The ethnic decentralization made it difficult to unify Bosnia since the power was scattered. This split the government along with society, which kept the country fragmented. The

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    Genocide In Bosnia The Genocide in Bosnia was the outcome of misleadership and late intervention by the world. The Bosnian conflict was a war that led to the death of over 100,000 soldiers and civilians(War Crime). The war consisted consisted of two sides: the Bosnian-Serbs and the Bosnian-Croats. The conflict was handled improperly. It even came close to home as one american soldier was stranded in Bosnia in the middle of the war witnessing all that the UN and the government of

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    SARAJEVO (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA) I landed in the capital of Bosnia early in the morning , while the city was still waking up. It was the first time I was in this part of Europe, and I was pretty excited to see what is waiting for me. I heard many stories about the Bosnian war, but I was positively surprised while I was driving with a cab around the city. Moreover, it looks quite modern, though truth be told, here and there you can see the scars of the war. The hotel where I stayed is the greatest

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    devastation of WW I. Bosnia and Herzegovina had been having many problems as well. They were a witness to much change and

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    The Bosnian Genocide want not very good life to live. The country of Yugoslavia was formed in the year of 1929. The population of Bosnia is about 3.8 million people. Muslims represented the largest single population group by 1931. They were described as fundamentalists by the Serbs. The social federal republic of Yugoslavia was led by the Dictator Gossip Brazito.Three of the major groups in Yugoslavia were the Serbs, Croats, and the Slovenes. The Croatians were under the French and Austro

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    Period 8th May 5th, 2017 Bosnia and Herzegovina is located upon the Balkan Peninsula within Southern Europe. Sarajevo is the capital city and also holds the title for the largest city within Bosnia and Herzegovina. In the time zone known as “ancient” or during the 2nd and 1st centuries B.C. the native name of the land was Illyricum. This piece of land was shuffled through many rulers such as the Roman Province, Goths, Byzantine Empire, Hungary, and the Ottoman Empire. Bosnia and Herzegovina has been

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    genocide in Bosnia, also known as The Bosnian War started in 1992 after Bosnian government declared independence from Yugoslavia. Bosnian Serbs did not like the idea of a free nation with majority of the citizens being Muslim. Serbs killed approximately 100,000 croats and muslims. The Genocide in Bosnia-Herzegovina is similar to the Holocaust because both involved the murders of certain cultures. This was the largest massacre in Europe since the Holocaust (Bosnia-Herzegovina). Bosnia-Herzegovina

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    December 14, 1995 that exact thing was happening in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Disagreement between the three main ethic groups (The Serbs, Croats, and the Muslims) proceeded in a genocide committed by the Serbs against the Muslims in Bosnia. Bosnia is one of several small countries that appeared from the break up of Yugoslavia, a multicultural country created after WW1 by the western allies. In April 1992 the government of the Yugoslavia republic of Bosnia stated its independence from Yugoslavia. Over the

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