Endgame : The Betrayal and Fall of Srebrenica, Europe's Worst Massacre Since World War II
"Powerful... definitive... Rohde tells the Srebrenica story with all the shades of gray the truth demanded." --The Washington Post In 1996, at the height of the Bosnian wars, a correspondent for The Christian Science Monitor named David Rohde uncovered a horrifying story that became an enduring symbol of the genocidal nature of that conflict, earning him his first Pulitzer Prize. Endgame is the full-length narrative of the nightmare he stumbled upon in the town of Srebrenica, where a massacre of historic proportions has been allowed to happen due to the negligence of the United States, NATO, and the United Nations. Told through the eyes of the soldiers, peacekeepers, and civilians who were there, this is a vital, unforgettable work of history about an atrocity that could have been prevented.
- Paperback | 446 pages
- 140 x 214 x 30mm | 557.92g
- 29 May 2012
- Penguin Books
- Maps; Illustrations, black and white
About MR David Rohde
David Rohde, winner of two Pulitzer Prizes in journalism, is a reporter for The New York Times and the author of Endgame: The Betrayal and Fall of Srebrenica. He won his first Pulitzer Prize in 1996 for helping uncover the Srebrenica massacre in Bosnia for The Christian Science Monitor and his second in 2009 as part of The New York Times' team covering Afghanistan and Pakistan. David and Kristen both grew up in New England and graduated from Brown University. They live in New York.