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Srebrenica - A 'safe' area. Reconstruction, background, consequences and analyses of the fall of a Safe Area.
Netherlands Institute for War Documentation (NIOD): Amsterdam.
|Title:||Srebrenica - A 'safe' area. Reconstruction, background, consequences and analyses of the fall of a Safe Area|
|Additional information:||This is the English translation of the widely known ‘Srebrenica report’ of the Netherlands Institute for War Documentation (NIOD), published in April 2002, on the basis of which the Dutch government resigned in 2002. The English translation was only published on the internet. Even though the research upon which the report is based and the writing of the report was a collective endeavor, I was the principal author of three chapters (see other items published in 2002). Apart from the huge attention for the report in press and media, in the Netherlands as well as abroad, the report was reviewed in some special issues of prominent Dutch academic journals: 1.Internationale Spectator, 56(6), 2002 (reviews by S. Rozemond, Sipke de Hoop, and reply by J.C.H. Blom); 2. Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis 116(2), 2003: Het drama Srebrenica. Geschieds-theoretische beschouwingen over het NIOD-rapport, edited by Frank Ankersmit, Maria Grever, Ed Jonker, Rik Peters, and Kees Ribbens (reviews by Floribert Baudet, Antoon de Baets, Jan van der Dussen, Michiel Baud and Frank van Vree, Frank Ankersmit, Rik Peters, and reply by J.C.H. Blom and B.G.J. de Graaff); 3. Bijdragen en mededelingen betreffende de geschiedenis der Nederlanden (BMGN), 118 (3), 2003: Discussiedossier Srebrenica (reviews by J.W.L. Brouwer, J.W. Honig, Pieter Lagrou, and reply by J.C.H. Blom, B.G.J. de Graaff and D.C.L. Schoonoord)|
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