Le Rendez-vous de Sarajevo
Visual in post-war Sarajevo; Various shots inside ruins of historical library building, bombed out roof, damaged columns, rubble on ground.
The Eyes of Bosnia - Part 2
IN SARAJEVO TODAY
Titles read: "IN SARAJEVO TODAY". <br/> <br/>Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina (formerly Yugoslavia). <br/> <br/>Various shots of the city of Sarajevo, showing locals milling about at a market, women wearing chador, bargaining for goods, old men smoking. Craftsmen work on stalls to make beaten copper and brasswork. At another stall a man looks at some shoes. A tailor at work. Old men sit smoking in a cafe. A trader stands talking to a local woman at her front door.
Muslim Prayer In Bosnia
Muslims in prayer in Bosnia. Camera pans up a mosque's minaret. Men wearing fezzes bow in prayer. DOC/WA - 1980 - CLR
Zlatko Dizdarevic
Interview Re: Bosnia
MILITARY VEHICLES- BOSNIA
Military vehicles driving through the streets of Bosnia.
Bosnian mountain road
Car passing Bosnian mountain road, curvy road, mountain range crossing, drone point of view
Aerial view of Una River between Croatia and Bosnia
Aerial view of Una River with small waterfall and mountain in background, a boundary river between Croatia and Bosnia Herzegovina.
BOSNIA MASTER
00:00:00:00 - BOSNIA SERBENICA VOTE AMANPOUR PKH NAT BOSNIA SERBENICA PEOPLE BOSNIA SERBENICA MILITARY (0:00) /
Bosnia; 9/23/1994
Bosnia fighting
The March 22, 2024 Shock Team (EDC).
L'Equipe
MTR-1-IC Beta SP (PAL)
World Monitor
1990s NEWS
Bosnia gunfire
Yugoslav Partisan soldiers march on city streets during World War II
Opening scene shows three uniformed and armed Yugoslav women Partisan fighters conversing as they stand at the corner of a battle-damaged building in Drvar, Bosnia, Yugoslavia, during World War 2. Next are views from above of men and women Partisan soldiers marching in loose formation, in the town. View of them from the front as they march toward the camera, under a steel pedestrian overpass bridge. Closeup from above as they proceed through a rail yard, and then a longer view as they continue along a town street. Closeup as they pass the camera carrying their weapons. Camera focuses on their marching feet well equipped in boots. Views from the rear of the marching Partisan fighters as they pass by buildings toward mountains in the background. Location: Yugoslavia. Date: 1944.
Bosnia - Miss Bosnia 1996
Bosnia - Miss Bosnia 1996
ARMS CAPTURED IN BOSNIA (1990s)
COLOR, SOUND VIDEO. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE VIDEO OF WEAPONS CAPTURED IN BOSNIA. (see also clip id #319096)
Bosnian Nuns Escape
Nuns flee from northern Bosnia by bus after Serbian irregulars attack convents in Bosnia. PLEASE NOTE News anchor and reporter image and audio, along with any commercial production excerpts, are for reference purposes only and are not clearable and cannot be used within your project.
President Bill Clinton Comments On Bosnia (1994)
Bosnian Crisis
International forces are embroiled in a war in former Yugoslavia as several groups fight for territorial and sovereign control. Co-production with the BBC.
MTR-1-IB Beta SP (PAL)
World Monitor
Elles s'appellent toutes Sarajevo
Visual in post-war Sarajevo; MS of pedestrians in narrow street of Old Sarajevo, including shot of Muslim man and woman wearing black robes (abaya) walking by camera (1:22). MLS looking down street lined with buildings (0:26). MS of entrance to building barricaded with sandbags (0:14).
Marshal Josip Broz Tito at his mountain headquarters near Drvar, Bosnia.Yugoslavia. Tito's troops training in Italy during World War II
Note: This film was shown during World War 2 and edited for security reasons. Accordingly, some narrated statements are incorrect or misleading, and should be disregarded. Film opens showing a sentry posted at Yugoslav Partisan Leader Marshal Josip Broz Tito's mountain headquarters in Drvar, Western Bosnia, Yugoslavia. Marshal Tito steps from his headquarters to a lower porch where he stands with American OSS Officer, American Army Major Linn M. Farish, American Liaison to the Partisans, and British Brigadier General Fitzroy Maclean, Winston Churchill's special envoy to the Yugoslav leader. (For security reasons, they are identified as war correspondents.) Scene shifts to the town of Drvar that has experienced several periods of German occupation. Local people go about their daily activities and some pose for the camera. Women are seen salvaging silk from Allied parachutes, that they have spread out on the ground. It will be used as bandages for their Partisan army. View from above of a number of Partisan fighters gathering before the camera. One, a woman with dark hair wearing a black coat, is identified by the narrator, as a 21-year old Montenegrin who left school to join the Partisans. Closeup of that woman conversing with uniformed women soldiers. Next, a loose column of Partisan fighters is seen marching slowly through the town of Drvar. Scene shifts to a large formation of marching Yugoslav Partisan soldiers, who are training in Italy. They are seen standing if formation in a field, under Marshal Tito's command. He orders their officers forward and exchanges salutes with them. Marshal Tito then inspects the ranks. Women soldiers are seen conversing with Tito. He converses with his Chief of Staff, General Koca Popovic. Closeup of a smiling woman Partisan fighter. Closeup of a soldier with a notable white moustache. Closeup of two uniformed women with Red Cross armbands. The Partisan soldiers marching across the field with shouldered arms. Film closes with closeup of Marshal Tito in front of his headquarters. Location: Yugoslavia. Date: 1944.