Suppression of history and remembrance

An interactive narrative “Suppression of history and remembrance” (2016) produced by the Center for Transitional Justice SENSE, is dedicated to the destruction of cultural heritage during the wars in Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo in the 1990s. Each narrative segment consists of an introductory section, a video report and a list of documents and a selection of evidence, with about 250 key documents, videos, and photographs. The interactive narrative “Suppression of history and remembrance” is divided into six segments: Dubrovnik Old Town, Sarajevo CIty Hall, Mostar Old Bridge, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Unprosecuted Cases.

Availability: http://www.heritage.sense-agency.com/

Language: Serbian

Key words: Ante Gotovina anti-war campaign Bosnia and Herzegovina camps Croatia Culture of Remembrance documentary Dubrovnik Everyday Life during the War Exhibition Facing the Past Franjo Tudjman historical source Human Rights Violation International Community Knin Kosovo Literature Mass Suffering Mladen Markac Momir Bulatovic Montenegro movie museum Naser Oric Nationalism Operation Storm Places of Suffering Primary School propaganda public representation of war Ratko Mladic refugees Sarajevo Secondary School Serbia SFRY Slobodan Milosevic Teacher Material teaching history The Hague Tribunal Victims of War War Crimes web portal Yugoslav People's Army