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The effects the Bosnian war (1992-1995) had on children.
Lost Children of Bosnia
Imagine a 10-year-old girl falling asleep to gunshots and waking up to the thud of a violent grenade. She risks her life on a daily basis just to fetch food and water, always fearful to go outside. She does not know what is going on and this makes her even more terrified. After enduring this everyday for years, she discovers her father died in the ongoing war and her family must leave the home they once cherished. This is a typical adolescence for a child living through the Bosnian War of 1992-1995. Some were blessed and did not lose their parents, and some were kil…
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