My whole point is that this article is fake:>no real enemy
Was it the Croats? Serbs that besieged the city? Only "bandits" are painted as the enemy, which is very broad.>for 1 corned beef can you could have woman for couple of hours
Besides my previous point of no corned beef on the Balkans, good luck finding a Muslim prostitute in a radical area.>i lived and survived in a city of 50 000- 60 000
There aren't many of this size. None of them match the conditions later described, such as near a river and not forest. All of them had forests.>I did not fight for religion or ethnicity, i fought to keep my family and myself alive.>rifle ammo and of course food, we fight like animals for that.
The author clearly knows the difference between "fight" and "fought". Also this was an ethnic conflict.>Well in my family there are people with different religious beliefs so what do you mean with that?
lol simply not true, to this day they keep to eachother
This is either the biggest wild card in the universe being interviewed or a sham, i.e. it's a sham.
Compare this to an actual study:https://civiliansinconflict.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/Peoples_Perspectives_Bosnia.pdf
Read here, starting page 32 of the numbered pages.>Furthermore, a large number of interviewees felt that the population during the war was defined not in terms of civilians or combatants, but instead in terms of ethnicity or religion.
Confirming my point. Also if you read the above, people did not cower in the daylight, closed in their apartments, they did things.