Documents on Bosnia

History of the Conflict

Old Serbian Tales: Marko and the Turks, c. 1450

The 1456 Siege of Belgrade, By Tom R. Kovach

Professor Steven W. Sowards, "Twenty-Five Lectures on Modern Balkan History"

Count Andrássy to Count Beust, 30 December 1875  (Communicated to the Earl of Derby by Count Beust, January 3), "Correspondence Respecting Affairs in Bosnia and Herzegovina." Parliamentary Papers, 1876, vol.84.

Lord Odo Russell to the Earl of Derby on the Insurrection in Bosnia and Herzegovina, May 1876

Letter of Bishop Josip Juraj Strossmayer to Mr. William E. Gladstone, October 1, 1876

Bishop Josip Juraj Strossmayer to Mr. William E. Gladstone, October 1, 1876

Reports of the US Representative in Vienna, 1877

Letter of Bishop Josip Juraj Strossmayer to Mr. William E. Gladstone, February 13, 1878

Letter of Bishop Josip Juraj Strossmayer to Mr. William E. Gladstone, April 11, 1878

The Treaty of Berlin, 1878: Excerpts on the Balkans

The Austrian Occupation of Novibazar, 1878-1909.

Norman, Henry, "In The Balkans - The Chessboard Of Europe," Scribner's Magazine, vol. 19, issue 6 (June, 1896).

The Serbian Revolution of 1903

The Rijeka Resolution, October 4, 1905

The Zadar Resolution, October 17, 1905

Arthur D. Howden-Smith: An Attack on the Bashi-Bazouks, Macedonia, 1907

The Turkish Revolution, 1908-09

The Annexation of Bosnia-Herzegovina, 1908

The Bulgarian Declaration of Independence, 1908.

The Bosnian Crisis of 1908-1909.

The Macedonian Question, 1878-1908.

The Macedonian Question, 1908-1912.

The Cretan Question, 1897-1908.

The Cretan Question, 1908-1913.

The Casablanca Affair, 1908-9.

The Morocco Convention of 1909.

Josip Smodlaka on Conditions in Dalmatia, 1910

The Morocco Crisis of 1911.

The Potsdam Accord, 1910.

The Bagdad Railway, 1899-1914.

The Tripoli Question, 1902-1911.

U.S. Army, THE BALKAN WARS, WORLD WAR I, AND THE FORMATION OF YUGOSLAVIA (1912-1918)

David Johnson, "Splendid Fellows, Splendidly Led," the Bulgarian Army in the First Balkan War, 1912, Military History

Bernard Grant: The Flight of the Turks from Lule-Burgas, 1912

Philip Gibbs: The Siege of Adrianople, 1912

Treaty of Lausanne, October, 1912.

Macedonian Muslims During the Balkan Wars

The Formation of the Balkan Alliance of 1912.

The Efforts of the Powers to Prevent the Outbreak of the First Balkan War.

The Treaty of London, 1913.

The Albanian Question in the Balkan Crisis of 1913.

The Establishment of the Principality of Albania, 1912-1913.

The Effort to Prevent Outbreak of the Second Balkan War, 1913.

The Treaty of Bucharest, August 10, 1913.

The Serbian Army During the Second Balkan War

The Greek Army and Bulgarian Peasants During the Second Balkan War

Alfred Lord Tennyson: Montenegro

The Greco-Serbian Alliance, 1913.

The Treaty of Constantinople, 1913.

The Projected Austrian Intervention in Serbia in 1913.

Roland G. Usher, "The Balkan Crisis," Atlantic Monthly, January 1913

THE BALKAN WARS, WORLD WAR I, AND THE FORMATION OF YUGOSLAVIA (1912-1918)

G. Ward Price , OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENT WITH THE ALLIED FORCES IN THE BALKANS, The Story of the Salonica Army NEW YORK: EDWARD J. CLODE, 1918

U.S. Army, THE MILITARY-POLITICAL SITUATION IN THE BALKANS (October 1940-March 1941)

US Holocaust Memorial Museum, "Holocaust Era in Croatia, 1941-45, Jasenovac"

Rebecca West, Black Lamb and Grey Falcon

Treaty of Friendship and Collaboration Between the Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia, the Kingdom of Greece and The Turkish Republic, 28 February 1953

Josef Broz Tito

Croatian History Links

Current Documents

Timeline of the War in Bosnia, 1990-present

Yahoo's Bosnia and Herzegovina Information

Yahoo's World News: Bosnia and Herzegovina

Andrew Bair, "Which End-Game in Bosnia?," Strategic Forum, National Defense University, Number 16, January 1995

Caltech's Bosnia Home Page

BosniaLINK, US Department of Defense

Berserkistan

Transitions

NATO Bosnian Gopher

Office of the President of the Republic of Croatia

Serbian Unity Congress

Ethnic Map of Bosnia-Herzegovina, 1991 Census

Selected Excerpts from the Dayton Agreements

UN Security Council Resolution Number 713, 25 September 1991

President Clinton, Exchange With Reporters on Bosnia Prior to a Meeting With the Progressive Caucus, August 2, 1993

Major War Criminals/Suspects

Reports of the Republic of Bosnia-Herzegovina State War Crimes Commission

Helsinki Human Rights Watch Reports

The War Crimes Tribunal Home Page ICTY/ICTR and "Cases" gopher site

The New York Times Page on Bosnia

Raju G. C. Thomas, "Nations, States, and Secession: Lessons from the Former Yugoslavia," MEDITERRANEAN QUARTERLY, Volume 5 Number 4 Fall 1994, pp. 40-65

Michael O'Hanlon "Can Bosnia be Reunified? Facing Military Reality in the Former Yugoslavia"

Joan Hoey, "The U.S. 'Great Game' In Bosnia: POLICY WITHOUT PRINCIPLE," The Nation, January 30, 1995

Public Broadcasting System, "Srebrenica: A Cry From the Grave" (Events of July 1995)

The Rohde to Srebenica, A Case Study of Human Rights Reporting

Netherlands Institute for War Documentation, Page on Srebenica

Alan Tonelson and Robin Gaster "Our Interests in Europe," The Atlantic Monthly, August, 1995

Reference Documents, Foreign Affairs, Peace in the Balkans, (10/24/95-12/9/95)

Reference Documents, Foreign Affairs, Into the Balkan Fog: Deployment of the IFOR, (12/13/95-2/14/96)

George Kenney, "STEERING CLEAR OF BALKAN SHOALS," The Nation, January 8/15, 1996

Anthony Lake, "Bosnia After Dayton," June 14, 1996

Bosnian Compliance With Dayton Accords, 27 Jun 1996, White House Statement

US, Congress, Senate, Senate Select Committee Report on Iran/Bosnia Arms Transfers U.S. ACTIONS REGARDING IRANIAN AND OTHER ARMS TRANSFERS TO THE BOSNIAN ARMY, 1994-1995, OF THE SELECT COMMITTEE ON INTELLIGENCE UNITED STATES SENATE together with ADDITIONAL VIEWS, NOVEMBER 1996

Bosnia

PeaceNet Bosnian Page

Office of the High Representative

The Council for the Defence of Human Rights and Freedoms, Prishtina, Kosova,

Students of Belgrade University, The Protests of '96

Press Now, Forum for Independent Media in the Former Yugoslavia

12/03/96 U.S. BACKING SOUTHEAST EUROPEAN COOPERATIVE INITIATIVE

12/04/96 TEXT: PRESS RELEASE ON NEW SOUTHEAST EUROPEAN INITIATIVE

A Minority Rights Group International

USTASHI GENOCIDE IN THE INDEPENDENT STATE OF CROATIA (NDH) FROM 1941-1945

International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia

Serbia Online

Balkan Media and Policy Monitor

Institute for Balkan Studies

The Association of Balkan News Agencies

Balkan Guide

DECIPHERING THE BALKAN ENIGMA: USING HISTORY TO INFORM POLICY, Revised Edition, William T. Johnsen, November 7, 1995

Embassy of Greece, RELATIONS WITH THE BALKAN COUNTRIES

Iran/Bosnia Arms, 30 May 96, Hearings before the House International Relations Committee

"Bosnia," Army Lieutenant General Patrick Hughes,Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), Senate Armed Services Committee, 1 August 1996

"Searching for Answers to the Macedonian Question: Identity Politics in the Balkans," Graham Craft, Journal of Public and International Affairs, July 1996

United States Information Agency, US Policy in Bosnia-Herzegovina

Kosovo Information Center

Kosova Crisis Center

"Kosovo: From Crisis to a Permanent Solution," Prepared by European Action Council for Peace in the Balkans
and Public International Law & Policy Group of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1 November 1997

Kosovo and Metohija Web Site, This Web Site is reflecting national and political views shared by the Serbian Resistance Movement - Democratic Movement and the Serbian Orthodox Church

German Participation in NATO's Bosnia Mission, Speeches by Chancellor Helmut Kohl and Foreign Minister Kinkel to the Bundestag

German Aid to Bosnia and Herzegovina

BOSNIA: THE U.S. ROLE, HEARING BEFORE THE COMMITTEE ON INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, ONE HUNDRED FIFTH CONGRESS, FIRST SESSION, NOVEMBER 7, 1997

Mark Danner, "Slouching Toward Dayton," New York Review of Books, Vol. 45, no. 7,   23 April 1998

Robert S. Gelbard, Special Representative of the President and the Secretary of State for Implementation of the Dayton Peace Accords, Statement before the Senate Armed Services Committee, Washington, DC, June 4, 1998

"Explaining Defection from International Cooperation: Germany's Unilateral Recognition of Croatia," Beverly Crawford, World Politics 48.4 (1996) 482-521

Free Serbia Net

Ambassador Robert S. Gelbard, Special Representative of the President and the Secretary of State for Implementation of the Dayton Peace Accords, On-the-Record briefing on results of the Bosnian elections and status of Dayton Accord implementation, As released by the Office of the Spokesman, U.S. Department of State, Washington, DC, September 25, 1998

Republic of Srpska, Official Government Homepage

Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro), Foreign Ministry

Institute for War and Peace Reporting

TWENTY-FIVE LECTURES ON MODERN BALKAN HISTORY (THE BALKANS IN THE AGE OF NATIONALISM), Steven Sowards, Michigan State University, Lectures delivered at Swarthmore College

Balkan Information Exchange

United Nations Mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Christine Chinkin, "Rape and Sexual Abuse of Women in International Law," European Journal of International Law, Vol. 5, no 3 (1995)

Niccoló Figà-Talamanca, "The role of NATO in the Peace Agreement for Bosnia and Herzegovina," European Journal of International Law, Vol. 7, no. 2 (1996)

United Nations, International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia

Neill Wright, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Deputy Coordinator, South-Eastern Europe Operations, "CIVIL-MILITARY COOPERATION IN PEACEKEEPING AND HUMANITARIAN OPERATIONS," NATO/CROATIAN SEMINAR ON CIVIL-MILITARY COOPERATION, Florence, Italy 15-17 May 2000

Ray Eiriz, Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe, Executive Officer Civil-Military Cooperation, "The Experience of SFOR in Bosnia and KFOR in Kosovo," NATO/CROATIAN SEMINAR ON CIVIL-MILITARY COOPERATION, Florence, Italy 15-17 May 2000

Commander Robert Hranj, Croatian Ministry of Defence, "Civil-Military Relations: Challenges of Democratic Control of the Croatian Armed Forces," THE NATO SCHOOL (SHAPE), NATO SECURITY COOPERATION COURSE FOR CROATIA, Oberammergau, Germany - 8/12 May 2000

Dr. Andrzej Karkoszka, George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies, "Control of the Military in a Democracy," NATO SECURITY COOPERATION COURSE FOR CROATIA, Oberammergau, Germany - 8/12 May 2000

Rudy De Jaeger, NATO International Staff, "Development of Defence Policies," NATO SECURITY COOPERATION COURSE FOR CROATIA, Oberammergau, Germany - 8/12 May 2000

Statement of Susan S. Westin, Managing Director International Affairs and Trade, "Observations on Post-Conflict Assistance in Bosnia, Kosovo, and
Afghanistan," Testimony Before the Subcommittee on National Security, Emerging Threats, and International Relations, Committee on Government Reform,
House of Representatives, 18 July 2003

D. Kathleen Stephens, Deputy Assistant Secretary for European and Eurasian Affairs, "The Current Situation in Serbia," Testimony Before the Subcommittee on Europe, House International Relations Committee, Washington, DC, March 17, 2004

BBC News Online, "Bosnia war dead figure announced," 21 June 2007

Paul Vallely, "The Big Question: Why are Dutch soldiers being sued for the massacre at Srebrenica?" The Independent, 19 June 2008

Research and Documentation Center, Sarajevo


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