The beginning of the war in 1992 was marked by an attack on the village of Glogovo, where Safet Golić (b. 1967) lived with his family.
After he headed for the free territory with about twenty other men, Safet spent seven days on the Death March. On the way, his brother Ejub (b. 1958) was wounded by a tank grenade. He died shortly afterwards.
“I will forever remember the shocking scenes of his injury and his voice.”
In the Srebrenica Genocide, two of Safet’s brothers, Alija (b. 1952) and Ramo (b. 1955), were killed.
Safet’s testimony was documented within the multimedia project, “Memento: Fragments of the Srebrenica Genocide,” which is produced by the Srebrenica Memorial Center and the Post-Conflict Research Center.