Ron Haviv is an American photographer who recorded many important events during the wars in the former Yugoslavia. His photographs are present in many printed and electronic publications. They were also used as evidence at the International Criminal Court in The Hague. The online photo essay was created based on the book “Blood And Honey: A Balkan War Journal” (2000). It contains a hundred photographs showing war injuries, most of which are suitable for teaching in schools.
Availability: http://www.photoarts.com/haviv/bosnia/test.html and
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