VerlagVerlag Bibliothek der Provinz
A psychological masterpiece of historic importance - the tragedy of a small Bosnian village at the 20th century. A shocking example of how ethnically different groups that have lived together and accepted each others' religion, customs and habits for many generations were sucked into a human abyss. The boy, badly injured himself, had witnessed the killing of his parents and his little sisters. Only his irrepressible will allowed him to survive these eight days.
Hon. Prof. Mag. Dr. Thomas Müller, criminal psychologist, former head of Kriminalpsychologischer Dienst, Austrian Ministry of the Interior - Vienna
An exceptional text of greatest importance to grab - after almost three decades - the madness of the »ethnic cleansing« in former Yugoslavia. Thomas Obruca, who investigated the HVO forces attack on the village of Ahmici on April 16th, 1993 for the International Yugoslavia Tribunal in The Hague, describes the inconceivable. The unimaginable experience of the thirteen-year-old Adnan to watch the killing of his family and live through eight days full of anxiety before being found by UN-peace forces. By delving into the matter there might be a way out of similar atrocities. Hopefully!
Manfred Nowak, Univ. Prof. for Human Rights - Vienna, General Secretary of the Global Campus of Human Rights - Venice
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