Posted on: Fri, Aug 11, 2023
Category: Documentary
Description: Sarajevo, Marsala Tito, barricades, People rushing at the “sniper” crossings. Marsala Tita Street was one of the busiest streets during the war. Although protected by buildings, the crossings exposed to the hillside were targets of enemy snipers. At the same time, the street was often shelled. Walking through such streets caused anxiety in people, as there was always a risk that the enemy could hit the street with a shell and commit a massacre. Four major massacres were committed on this street and the streets adjacent to it. Just walking through the city was an act of resistance for many inhabitants.
Archival Holding: Library Hamdija Kreševljaković Video Arhiv Sarajevo

Archival Collection: Kreševljaković siblings' collection