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First Night in Sarajevo

First Night in Sarajevo

Mr. MacDonald speaks about the explosion and sights of tracer fire that rained down upon them the first night in Sarajevo, witnessing the aftermath of destruction, and dead bodies around the city the next morning.

Three Attempts to Save Her

Three Attempts to Save Her

As flight nurse, Simmonds shares a story of a situation where a young child was denied aid from their team and when given permission to help it was too late!

Witness to the Cost of Human Suffering

Witness to the Cost of Human Suffering

Recalling some of the best and worst aspects of her deployment, Ms. Simmonds shares a horrific story of what she witnessed during her time in Sarajevo.

A Devastated Country

A Devastated Country

Ms. Simmonds recalls the devastating sights witnessed as she and the crew arrived in Sarajevo.

The Bosnian  Girl and Her New Dress!

The Bosnian Girl and Her New Dress!

Mr. Bojalil shares a story as how he unknowingly fulfilled a young girl’s happiness by providing for a new dress

Entering the Unknown

Entering the Unknown

Mr. Wadman describes the devastation his unit witnessed upon arrival and the appreciation the civilian people had for the UN presence.

Road Move to Sarajevo

Road Move to Sarajevo

Mr. Wadman describes his unit’s road move into the besieged city of Sarajevo and his first impressions as they travelled towards the city.

Highlight of My Career

Highlight of My Career

Major-General MacKenzie recalls his experience in Sarajevo as one of his most challenging and fulfilling times of his service.

Unit’s Accomplishments

Unit’s Accomplishments

Major-General MacKenzie expresses the phenomenal achievement of his troops and that no one let him down.

Soldier’s Respect

Soldier’s Respect

Major-General MacKenzie speaks about the pleasure he felt from his soldiers and the level of respect they provided to him as their commander.

Confrontations

Confrontations

Under command, Major-General MacKenzie tells of situations when experiencing confrontations with the opposition.

Feeling Secure With The Media

Feeling Secure With The Media

Major-General MacKenzie relates his comfort level and preference for the presence of the media during confrontations in the field.

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