Atrocity,memory,photography: Imaging the concentration camps of Bosnia--the case of ITN versus Living Marxism , Part 1

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  title={Atrocity,memory,photography: Imaging the concentration camps of Bosnia--the case of ITN versus Living Marxism , Part 1},
  author={David Campbell},
  journal={Journal of Human Rights},
  year={2002},
  volume={1},
  pages={1 - 33}
}
  • D. Campbell
  • Published 1 March 2002
  • Political Science
  • Journal of Human Rights
Among the many images of atrocity that emerged from the Bosnian War, the picture of Fikret Ali ' and others imprisoned at the Trnopolje camp in the Prijedor region stands out. Taken from a 1992 British television report that detailed the role of camps such as Omarska and Trnopolje in the ethnic cleansing strategy of the Bosnian Serb authorities, the image of Ali ' has become the focal point of a controversy about how the Bosnian camps were represented, and the political impact and purpose of… 

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