Witness to War Crimes (Hardback)
The Memoirs of a Peacekeeper in Bosnia
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The early 1990s saw Europe’s first conflict for almost 40 years when bitter fighting broke out in the former Yugoslav republic. Colonel Colm Doyle of the Irish Army found himself in the midst of this appalling civil war when in October 1991 he became first a European Community Monitor and almost immediately Head of the Monitor Mission in besieged Sarajevo. After six months he was appointed Personal Representative to Lord Carrington, Chairman of the Peace Conference on Yugoslavia.
In this overdue memoir, he describes his role mediating, negotiating and persuading political and military leaders of all sides to halt the seemingly inexorable path to all-out war. He arranged ceasefires, visited prisoner-of-war camps, extricated election monitors and organised hostage releases. His experiences made him a key witness at the International Criminal Tribunal in The Hague at the trials of Milosevic, Mladic and Karadzic.
With his unprecedented access, Doyle’s personal account can claim to be one of the most significant works on the brutal Bosnian War.
Witness to War Crimes: The Memoirs of a Peacekeeper in Bosnia presents an excellent addition to the literature on the 1992–1995 War in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH). Owing to Colm Doyle’s unique position and areas of expertise, the book offers an unprecedented perspective on the political and military developments that took place in BiH and the rest of the collapsing Yugoslav state between October 1991 and October 1992. His account of events is complemented by his clear understanding of the political, historical and cultural context in which he was working, as well as his perceptive analysis of events and individuals he encountered during his time in BiH.European History Quarterly
Listed in the 'First Flush' featureBooks Ireland, September/October 2018
Click here to listen to author interview.Talk Radio Europe, 18th June 2018
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