Photo-essay: The Face of War

by Dragana Vicanovic

(copyright G21 World Magazine of News)

Special to the G21

 [AUTHOR'S NOTE - The photos are gifts from my friends - gathered in University's information networks.
There is a center were all people from Yugoslavia send photos about destructions of civilian objects and victims. - Dragana]

The ethnic Albanian boy who lost his parents after NATO bombed the refugee convoy near Prizren and Djakovica.

The ethnic Albanian boy who lost his parents after NATO bombed the refugee convoy near Prizren and Djakovica.
The remains of the convoy bombed by NATO as a 'mistake.'

The remains of the convoy bombed by NATO as a "mistake.".
An ethnic Albanian victim of the NATO bombs.
An ethnic Albanian victim of the NATO bombs.
A decapitated refugee, the victim of this NATO 'mistake.'

A decapitated refugee, the victim of this NATO 'mistake.'.
Bodies at the site of the massacre--- more ethnic Albanian victims of the NATO 'mistake.'
Bodies at the site of the massacre ... more ethnic Albanian victims of the NATO "mistake."
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More of the same.
More of the same.
Three year old Milica Rakic - a victim of NATO cluster bombs dropped in Belgrade.
Three year old Milica Rakic - a victim of NATO cluster bombs dropped in Belgrade.
A civilian house in Pristina after a NATO air strike.
A civilian house in Pristina after a NATO air strike.
A man in Subotica wounded when NATO destroyed the entire street of a residential area in a city which is 70% Hungarian.
A man in Subotica wounded when NATO destroyed the entire street of a residential area in a city which is 70% Hungarian..
A view from Pristina's morgue after the NATO attack of the convoy on the road to Prizren and Djakovica.
A view from Pristina's morgue after the NATO attack of the convoy on the road to Prizren and Djakovica.
Remains of a cluster bomb.
Remains of a cluster bomb.
The remains of the Tornik Hotel ski center on Zlatibor mountain - a national park which was bombed by NATO with no military targets around.
The remains of the Tornik Hotel ski center on Zlatibor mountain - a national park which was bombed by NATO with no military targets around.
A mother and child who survived the destruction of the town of Aleksinac by NATO.
A mother and child who survived the destruction of the town of Aleksinac by NATO.
The residential area of Aleksinac after ... another NATO 'mistake.'
The residential area of Aleksinac after ... another NATO "mistake.".
The demolished train in Gredelica --- another NATO 'mistake.'
The demolished train in Gredelica ... another NATO "mistake.".
The toxic fire at the Pancevo petro-chemical plant near Belgrade.
The toxic fire at the Pancevo petro-chemical plant near Belgrade.
The reaction of Greeks in Athens, Greece, to the NATO aggression in Yugoslavia.
The reaction of Greeks in Athens, Greece, to the NATO aggression in Yugoslavia.
The hospital in Pristina where doctors survey the results of NATO's humanitarian efforts.
The hospital in Pristina where doctors survey the results of NATO's humanitarian efforts.


DRAGANA VICANOVIC was born in 1964 (Zajecar, Yugoslavia.)
She is married and has been living in Belgrade since 1995.
Dragana is a writer, journalist and documentary film director.
She has also written two books.
Among her recent documentary film credits are HISTORY OF SERBIAN MEDICINE (Centar Film, Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 1998); the screenplay KING PETER I, THE LIBERATOR (Centar Film, Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 1998); wrote and directed series of documentaries TRAILS (22 documentaries 30-120 min) (TV STUDIO B, Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 1996 - 1997); creator and story editor of the documentary CIRCUS. Ms. Vicanovic graduated from University of Novi Sad, Yugoslavia, 1987, with a degrees in Yugoslavian, General Literature and Philosophy.
Other articles by Ms. Vicanovic have appeared in SVETI DUNAV, IQ, OKO, VE^ERNJE NOVOSTI, TAJNE, STAV, and DNEVNIK