Sunday, January 22, 2012

(21) Bosnia twenty years later a story from Prijedor


1) Do you remember where were you when you realized the war was imminent? In Bosnia, Prijedor city

2) Do you remember where you were when the war broke out? Prijedor

3) Where were you when the war came to your town? At home

4) The most memorable event of the war for you was? The Concentration camp

5) What made you hopeless during the war? Masacre in the room next to us (about 300 people)

6) What gave you hope during the war? It's hard to explain, Optimism

7) Did you lose anyone close to you during the war? Many, too many

8) Were you wounded during the war? Where were you wounded? Not much physically

9) Your biggest loss during the war was? My father

10) What was the hardest part about the war? The camp
11) Did you leave the country during the war? During the second half of the war

12) 20 years later, what do you think of what happened? Stupid and horrible

13) Are things better or worse than what you expected 20 years later? Country is in the same state as before the start of the war , again

14) Do you think war will return to BiH? Who knows?

15) What do you think the future of BiH will be? I'm not sure, depends on a lots of factors.


  1. Why is always when you all talk about war in Bosnia and when you talk about Prijedor, why is always this picture of the same one guy? And if u look around other people look preety normaly... and btw. this look like gipsy willage in Prijedor... If you choose to flame Serbs choose better propaganda... Google sometimes and you will see :) . Probably you will delete this post anyway but this is true and becose people like you this war was happend.

    1. Oh please Serbians and there propaganda like you. I watched that serbian istina propaganda crap. These are facts why can't you people face your consequences and stop twisting things. I was Only 4 when war broke out my uncle stayed in Sarajevo and a lot other of my family's. You no right to ethnic cleanse us all you needed to do was secure your villages fairly with your army and work out in political measures