The Bosnian Genocide

In 1995 8372 men and boys were murdered in Srebrenica simply because of their faith. As the United Nations watched a Bosnian Serb army unleashed a campaign of genocidal atrocities against Muslim civilians in Bosnia. Learn more about the genocide in Bosnia by looking at the PowerPoint and answering the questions in the knowledge check.
Where is Bosnia?
South East Africa
South East Asia
South America
South East Europe
What were the main groups of people who lived in Bosnia?
Welsh, Scots, English and Americans
Serbs, Croats and Muslims
Germans, Austrians and French
Croats, Slovaks and Czechs
Who was the Bosnian Serb leader who had a leading role in the genocide in Bosnia?
Ratko Milosevic
Radovan Karadžić
Ratko Mladic
Radovan Milosevic
What did leading Bosnian Serb politician Biljana Plavšić call Bosnian Muslims to dehumanise them?
Cows and dogs
Genetically deformed material
Rats and vermin
Our brothers and sisters
What did the Bosnian Serb ‘Six Strategic Objectives’ plan want to achieve?
Peace
A territory where different groups could live together
A territory with many Muslims living where they had lived for centuries
A territory without any Muslims in it
Omarska was something that the Bosnian Serbs set up. What was it?
A sports complex
A hospital
A concentration camp
A school
How many men and boys were murdered in Srebrenica in July 1995?
4372
8372
6372
9372
What did the Bosnian Serbs make non-Serbs in Prijidor put outside their houses to make them stand out?
Green trousers
Red t-shirts
White cloths or flags
Blue hats
What did the United Nations promise that Srebrenica would be?
A safe haven
Left unprotected
Given to the Bosnian Serbs
Abandoned
Amongst others who was convicted of genocide after the terrible events at Srebrenica?
Ratko Milosevic
Ratko Mladic
Slobodan Mladic
Radovan Milosevic
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