The bosnian peasant Ivo Dudic (name changed) survived the massacre of Srebrenica in 1995. He will testify in the trial against Karadzic in The Hague.
The field near Pilice. 1,500 men were shot on this meadow. Ivo Dudic is probably the only one who survived the massacre in Pilice.
"Tabuts" (bosnian for coffins) seen at Potocari on 11th of July.
A battered wall in Srebrenica.
Man walking the empty streets of Srebrenica centre.
Gravediggers are preparing new graves for the upcoming memorial day.
Coffins in the former battery factory in Potocari. The victims had been identified in the previous year , recovered earlier from mass graves.
Anniversary of the massacre in Srebrenica 2009. The coffins are passed from hand to hand. From the battery factory to the Memorial Centre.
The Potocari Memorial Centre on July 11th 2009.
Dudic in the car on the tracks if his history.
Dudic is remembering heavy fighting on the way from Srebrenica to Bratunac, the first stop after seperation from his family in Potocari.
Woman following the religious ceremony at the memorial centre in Potocari.
At Potocari Memorial Centre.
Gravediggers at the Potocari Memorial Centre during the religious ceremony.
Dudic at home.
Dudic at home.
At a dervish ceremony. Dudic heals his trauma with this spiritual praying.
At a dervish ceremony.
A tunnel on the road from Bratunac to Pilice. Dudic reports, that Muslim prisoners were transported on this road to the killing fields.
A man walks the path at the former killing fields of Pilice.
The former peasant Dudic crouches on the bridge at Pilice. There he saw a truck full of dead corpses.
The bridge in Pilice, taken from the place Dudic escaped to and spent one night.
Ivo Dudic in the former prison camp of Batkovic. He spent five months there.
At Identification Coordination Division (ICD) in Tuzla.
A daughter mourns of her father, whose mortal remains just been burried by the family.
Even 14 years after his traumatic experiences Dudic is still suffering from nightmares. He is still as skinny as in the time of his imprisonment in Batkovic.
Dudic is one of propably 12 men who survived the massacres. The names of all ohter victims are carved in stone.
High-ranking politicians and diplomats prove their last respects to the dead in Potocari.
Man parying at Potocari Memorial Centre.
Mourning women with a child at a grave in Potocari Memorial Centre.
Ivo Dudic at the grave of his son, who is buried alongside with other victims.
The former dutch UN checkpoint in Potocari at night.