Etnické inženýrství, či neodvratná realita? Exodus bosenských Srbů ze Sarajeva po skončení občanské války : příčiny, důsledky, řešení
Ethnic engineering, or unavoidable reality? The exodus of Bosnian Serbians from Sarajevo after the end of the civil war : reasons, results, solution
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The central problem of the study is the last phase of the forced ethnic homogenization of Bosna and Herzegovina, unintentionally cased by the peace accord, concluded on the American base in Dayton in the year 1995. On the basis of the border agreements the competing parties were forced to hand over some lands they were so far controlling to the hands of the enemy. This caused another wave of involuntary mass migrations. The most controversial transfer of territory has been the handing over of five settlements of Sarajevo with mostly Serbian inhabitants to the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the first three months of the year 1996. The circumstances of how exactly the majority of the Serbians were forced to leave their homes has so far not been fully clarified.
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