This chapter discusses the war and ethnic cleansing in Bosnia. It covers the arrival of several paramilitary or “volunteer” units preparing to ethnically cleanse Zvornik and other towns in the Drina River valley; Doboj's strategic geography; Jajce and the Croat–Muslim War; turning points and the war's end, 1994–5; and the legacy of war.
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