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Item s unavailable for purchase. We appreciate your feedback. My library Help Advanced Book Search. It is hardly to be credited that the enlightened nations of Europe are allowing this nightmare to occur only sixty minutes by jet from Paris and London. At Kobo, we b,ood to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information.
I am hoping to visit members of the Atlantic Battalion in the U. Vraig wish I had Owen’s ny with me. I’m still gazing out over the valley when the other squad members return. Escape from Camp Sickened by scenes of murder and massacre, he sets aside his non-partisan status and joins forces with the Kosovo Liberation Army, operating on the injured at the front and leading night-time missions behind the lines to retrieve injured Kosovar villagers.
The best one I’ve ever read. Immensely moving and spoken from the heart this story crait the incredible journey of Craig Jurisevic during time spent serving as volunteer medical doctor in Albania.
Blood on My Hands: A Surgeon at War
Leaving behind a wife and son, Jurisevic flies to the Balkans under the auspices of the International Medical Corps. The Girls of Room As a trauma nurse and amateur humanitarian, I was compelled and stricken by this book and the events that took place. Adelaide surgeon Craig Jurisevic recalls his grandfather’s ordeal in a Nazi concentration camp and resolves to honour his memory by offering his skills as a surgeon to the victims of the conflict.
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I admired the bravery of the author in dire circumstances, finding it a really informative read. Leaving his wife and son in Adelaide, Jurisevic flies to the Balkans under the auspices of the International Medical Corps.
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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Andyduncan22 rated it it was amazing May 06, Blood on my Hands by surgeon Craig Jurisevic was a shocking read. Bones of the Lost. The frustration of t In Craig Jurisevic, an Australian surgeon, volunteered his services with the International Medical Corps during the conflict in the Balkans.
Scenes of Milosevic’s ‘ethnic cleansing’ play out on television screens all over the world; haunted figures huddled behind barbed wire fences, bodies heaped in ditches. Find out more about OverDrive accounts. Scenes of Milo The year isand a fresh hell is being created before our eyes.
We’ll publish them on our site once we’ve reviewed them. The forces of Serbian strongman Slobodan Milosevic have swept into Kosovo on the