A soldier stands by Serbian graves near Gracac Feb. 6, 1993. His fellow soldiers were killed in a Croatian ambush 60 kilometers from Knin, in the Serbian enclave of Krajina.(Gabriel Bouys/AFP/Getty Images)
A soldier stands by Serbian graves near Gracac Feb. 6, 1993. His fellow soldiers were killed in a Croatian ambush 60 kilometers from Knin, in the Serbian enclave of Krajina.
(Gabriel Bouys/AFP/Getty Images)

What Really Happened in Bosnia

June 1, 2011  •  From theTrumpet.com
The untold truth about Ratko Mladic
 

It was genocide. Charles Krauthammer called it “the largest ethnic cleansing of the entire Balkan wars.” A March 1999 New York Times article agreed with him.

“Investigators with the war-crimes tribunal in the Hague have concluded that this campaign was carried out with brutality, wanton murder and indiscriminate shelling of civilians,” Krauthammer wrote.

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