A Cry from the Grave
Conflict • 1h 44m
Srebrenica, Bosnia, the world's first United Nations Safe Area, was the site of the worst case of genocide in Europe since World War II. In July 1995, the Bosnian Serb army staged a brutal takeover of the small spa town and its surrounding region. Over a period of five days, the Bosnian Serb soldiers separated Muslim families and systematically murdered over 7,000 men and boys in fields, schools, and warehouses. Leslie Woodhead's compelling film includes previously unreleased footage and first-hand personal accounts of the 1995 Bosnian massacre.
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