Violence Born of History/History Born of Violence: A Brief Context for Understanding the Bosnian War

@inproceedings{Morus2010ViolenceBO,
  title={Violence Born of History/History Born of Violence: A Brief Context for Understanding the Bosnian War},
  author={Christina M. Morus},
  year={2010}
}
  • Christina M. Morus
  • Published 2010
  • History
  • In 1943, Josip Broz Tito’s Partisans drove Axis forces from present-day Bosnia and declared the Socialist Federation of Yugoslavia. Tito envisioned a nation of “brotherhood and unity” where pan-Slavic cooperation transcended ethno-national loyalties. To this end, Yugoslavia was comprised of six equal republics (e.g., Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia, Bosnia-Herzegovina [BiH], and Macedonia) whose citizens were expected to reject their ethnonational identities and embrace broader Yugoslav… CONTINUE READING
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