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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The Harsh reality of the Bosnian Genocide The Bosnian Genocide took place in the years 1992 through 1995. The recognition of Bosnia's Independence startled the Bosnian Serbs and the Serbs therefore they bombed Bosnia.The Serbs took over three quarters of the country and also attempted to murder all the Bosniaks with the goal of ethnically cleansing. The conflict was resolved by the Payton Peace Accords were Bosnia was divided between Croat-Bosniak federation and a serb republic. 140,000 Died 2,300,000 20,000 homes were destroyed Rapes Many woman were raped in Bosnia as a act of "punishment" and cruelty. Over the course of the war many civilians were killed in their own homes. Many homes were destroyed in Yugoslavia, especially Bosnia. They would be starved, physically and mentally abused, and shot. Many civilians were killed by being in the crossfire of the Genocide. 44% Bosnians 31% Serbs Croats 17% Bosnian Population: 4 Million (before the war) 1980 2000 1990 1980- Tito. the man who maintainedpeace for 35 years, dies and uprising starts. 1991- First massacre takes place 1992- Serbia would start to ethnically cleanse December 1995- US ended the genocide by enforcing The Dayton Peace Awards (peace agreement). <div>Icon made by <a href="" title="Freepik">Freepik</a> from <a href="" title="Flaticon"></a> is licensed under <a href="" title="Creative Commons BY 3.0">CC BY 3.0</a></div>
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