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The collection is based on documents acquired from all sides directly involved in the Yugoslav Civil Wars and from other sources. Containing more than 1,000 rare items, the collection includes material about the wars in Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, the crisis in Kosovo, and the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia. Covered topics include war crimes, human rights abuses, refugees, peace conferences, international diplomacy, and the destruction of the national heritage of the Serbs, Croats, and Bosnians.

The Yugoslav Civil Wars collection consists of printed material such as brochures, pamphlets, maps, press cuttings, official reports by ex-Yugoslav and international bodies, world-wide media coverage, as well as leaflets, posters, eye-witness accounts and personal testimonies in typewritten transcripts, in South Slavic and West European languages alike.

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