QUIM FARRERO

DON’T FORGET ‘93

The Republic of Yugoslavia was formed at the end of the Second World War as a federation of six republics that remained together until the death of the president Josip Broz Tito in 1980. This gave rise to a series of nationalist tensions that triggered sundry wars of independence as of 1991. The cruellest part of these events occurred in Bosnia, where defeat led to religious persecution.

Don’t forget ’93 is a traveller’s notebook, a personal perspective on a country, Bosnia, ravaged by the so-called “Balkan War”; and in which daily life today coexists alongside the scars of its recent history.

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