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The gruesome and bone jarring Serb atrocities are as much a historical fact as the holocaust in Europe during the second-world-war. Sooner or later they will find a niche some where in the social-gallery of world ethics. The Gift from Bosnia is a portrait of the war crimes and the personal saga of a character who sought the reality of truth. Those who have assisted at the relief camps and those who have come in contact with the war victims will experience nostalgia and the rest will experience a new dimension of story telling after reading this story.Forward:I am truly indebted to the benevolence of this guiding force that had helped me to realize, organize and compile it into a tale, which brings me to tears when I go over it. Its characters are drawn from the camps at Split, from the suburbs of south Florida and from various other sources. I am also obliged to the team members at Scribe Digital who considered it worth publishing and helped along its many revisions.

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