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  • Historical Maps

    Historical Maps

    A collection of historical maps covering the Bosnian (and Herzegovinian) history from its beginning to our days. The following is a list of maps published in various historical atlases.
  • Serb held concentration camps

    Serb held concentration camps

    Multimedia map covering locations of the Serb held concentration camps in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Serbia.
  • Croat held concentration camps

    Croat held concentration camps

    Multimedia map covering locations of the Croat held concentration camps in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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Early History

Ottoman Rule 1463-1606


The Kingdom of Bosnia was conquered with great speed by the Turkish army in the early summer of 1463. From then on the heart lands of the old Banate of Bosnia, together with the foothold which the Turks had already

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Conversion to Islam in the Balkans


The conquest of the Balkans was accomplished in the space of little more than a century and in two stages—1352 to 1402 and 1415 to 1467. The main reason for the relatively faster pace of the conquest of this region,

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The Medieval Bosnia 1180-1463


The history of Bosnia in the high middle ages is frequently confused and confusing. But three powerful rulers stand out: Ban Kulin (who ruled from 1180 to 1204), Ban Stephen Kotromanić (1322-1353) and King Stephen

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Modern History

Yugoslav People's Army illegal arming of the Serb terrorists


In acceptance of the Greater Serbia nationalist agenda of “rounding up the Serb lands“, that is, “the exit onto Serb ethnic territories”, and the greater state concept of solution of the Serb ethnic issue, upon an order of the Federal

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The Factual Relationship Between the Bosnian Serb Army and the Army of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia


146. The Appeals Chamber has concluded that in general international law, three tests may be applied for determining whether an individual is acting as a de facto State organ. In the case of individuals

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Karađorđevo and Graz meetings/negotiations


The nationalist leadership of the Republic of Croatia, headed by Franjo Tudjman, had had aggressive territorial aspirations towards Bosnia and Herzegovina, making an effort to have Croatia occupy at least the territories of

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The cold-blooded killings, which occurred in the village of Trnovo after the fall of the eastern enclave of Srebrenica, were video-taped by the Scorpions, who can be seen laughing, smoking and taunting their captives.The six Bosniak men and boys were forced to lie down with their hands tied before being shot in the back by their captors. Two of the victims were 17, while the others were in their 20s and 30s.

The footage circulated for a decade among "Scorpions" and Serb nationalist circles and could even be rented in video clubs in the small town of Sid, some 60 miles west of Belgrade, where most of paramilitaries in the video lived.

The footage was aired on most television stations in the region, shocking people across the Balkans.

The video was deemed particularly shocking in Serbia, where many still believed the Milosević-era propaganda that the massacre in 1995 never happened. In Bosnia, it led to the identification of at least one victim by his family, who saw the video on television.

The victims were identified as: Safet Fejzić (17), Azmir Alispahić (17), Sidik Salkić (36), Smail Ibrahimović (35), Dino Salihović (18) and Juso Delić (25).


Tags: Genocide, Srebrenica, Trnovo Execution, Safet Fejzić, Azmir Alispahić, Sidik Salkić, Smail Ibrahimović, Dino Salihović, Juso Delić

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