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"Book and DJ, as new. DJ is unpriced. Hall, a freelance American journalist, was one of the last outsiders permitted to travel freely in Yugoslavia during the final days of its existence. From early May to mid-September 1991 he questioned members of the various Balkan ""tribes"" in Zagreb, Belgrade, Sarajevo and points in between, listening to comments on their history, prejudices, superstitions, fears, aspirations and opinions of other ethnic and national groups. With an unbiased attitude and colorful writing style, Hall describes the last days of peaceful coexistence among Yugoslavia's religious and ethnic communities and delineates conflicts that would trigger the horrors of ""ethnic cleansing"" and war. In one particularly telling section, he recounts the dynamics of hatred swirling around Apparition Hill in Medjugorje, where religious pilgrims flock to witness the appearance of the Virgin."
Title: The Impossible Country: A Journey Through the Last Days of Yugoslavia
Edition: (1st American edition)
Publisher: Boston, 1994
ISBN Number: 1567920004
ISBN Number 13: 9781567920000
Book Condition: FINE/Fine
lb: 2.10 lb
Seller ID: 70H018
Keywords: HISTORY / Europe / Eastern "NOT KEPT AT STORE- if you would like to pick this up, please order the day before you want to pick it up. Use the ""pick up in store"" option for shipping at checkout."