Silver Bosnia: Precious Metals and Society in the Western Balkans

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Title: Silver Bosnia: Precious Metals and Society in the Western Balkans
Author: Peric, Sabrina Ana
Citation: Peric, Sabrina Ana. 2014. Silver Bosnia: Precious Metals and Society in the Western Balkans. Doctoral dissertation, Harvard University.
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Abstract: In 1992, several thousand residents from northern Bosnia's Prijedor region were detained in the Omarska concentration camp, which was created and run on the site of an iron mine by the mine's own engineers, labourers and management. Often overlooked in discussions about the ethnoreligious nature of the Balkan conflict is the fact that Omarska's workers relied heavily on their technical knowledge (of organic compounds, geology and terrain, machinery) to generate new ways of concentrating and executing prisoners.
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