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Description - The Tenth Circle of Hell by Rezak Hukanovic

On May 13 1992, the Bosnian civil war finally came to Prijedo, a once-peaceful city where Muslims, Croats and Serbs had lived side by side for centuries. The Serb occupation of Prijedor was an exercise in what the victors called 'ethnic cleansing' whereby the town's Muslim and Croat citizens were rounded up and sent to concentration camps. Among those who lived though the nightmare was the journalist Rewak Hukanovic, whose riveting memoir chronicles the crimes against humanity that were committed by the Bosnian Serbs in the death camps of Omarska and Manjaca. Through the summer and fall of that endless year, Hukanovic and his friends, colleagues, relatives and neighbours were subjected to terror , torture, and grisly death. Through his unbelieving eyes we see the patina of civilization stripped away from aggressor and victim alike, revealing a brutality that calls into question all our notions of human decency.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780349109343
ISBN-10: 0349109346
Format: Paperback
(200mm x 126mm x 10mm)
Pages: 176
Imprint: Abacus
Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
Publish Date: 4-Jun-1998
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - Rezak Hukanovic

Rezak Hukanovic was a poet and journalist in Prijedor, Bosnia, prior to 1992. After being released from the prison camp in November of that year, he settled temporarily in Norway, where he was reunited with his wife and two sons. He now divides his time between Germany and Bosnia.