Refugees: Victims of Ethnic Engineering
by Boris Delic, Safeta Bisavac and Drago Kovacevic
Refugees are among the most traumatic "accompanists"
of any war. Massive expulsions or "voluntary" departures in fear for
personal safety and property are the tragic phenomenon the mankind has
taken into the new millennium. Millions of people in the territory of
ex-Yugoslavia underwent that painful experience that deeply scarred
them. Over the past ten years, the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights
in Serbia has been in contact with tens of thousands of them in an
attempt to help them to solve, at least partially, their personal,
family, property related and other problems. This book, too, stands for
homage to the fate of those desolate people.
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