Silk, Robert H.: [Lawsuit]

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David Rohde Collection on Srebrenica (view collection record)

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Silk, Robert H.: [Lawsuit]
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221 pages


Correspondence between Robert H. Silk, New York attorney and the US Department of State.
Spy photos from mass graves in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Report on interviews conducted by Assistant Secretary John Shattuck on the humanitarian situation in the Western Balkans.
Various information received through US diplomatic cables regarding the situation in Bosnia.
Human rights abuses in North-Western Bosnia: report on forced expulsions from 5-12 October, 1995.
Reports by John Shattuck regarding the defense of the safe area of Srebrenica.
Various incoming telegrams for the US Department of State containing information regarding the occurrences in Srebrenica and Bosnia.
Christian Science Monitor: how the Serb massacre in Srebrenica was exposed.
Statement by Nicholas Burns: the US Government humanitarian response to the Srebrenica and Žepa crisis is communicated.


HU OSA 377-0-1 Subject Files (HU OSA 377-0-1)
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HU OSA 377-0-1 Subject Files


Collection Specific Tags:
Albright, Madeleine, Burns, NIcholas, Eicher, Peter, Izetbegović, Alija, Karadžić, Radovan, Marić, Dubravka, Milošević, Slobodan, Mladić, Ratko, Ražnatović-Arkan, Željko, Shattuck, John, Silk, Robert H., Walker, DavidAtrocities in Srebrenica, CIA spy photos, Documentation of genocide, Documentation of mass graves, Ethnic cleansing, Fall of Srebrenica, forced labor, human rights, Human rights abuses in Bosnia, Humanitarian crisis, Mass graves, NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organisation), Offence of the safe area Srebrenica, UN Safe areas, UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees), UNPROFOR (United Nations Protection Forces), UNSC (United Nations Security Council)
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Archival ID:
HU OSA 377-0-1:9/3
Suggested Citation:
"Silk, Robert H.: [Lawsuit]", 1997. HU OSA 377-0-1:9/3; HU OSA 377-0-1 Subject Files; Open Society Archives at Central European University, Budapest.
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