A voice commands, "Follow him! Behind him! ... No, no, you lot to the left ... One by one."
"When I was standing there, and the men and the women were separated, I felt like a combination of Schindler's List and Sophie's Choice was passing in front of me. It was terrible to be aware of this and not be able to do something ..."
Commentator: "Some of the men from the town were taken to a large agricultural warehouse.
A few of them survived."
"The Serbs started shooting at us with everything they had, inside and outside the warehouse. People were dropping all over the place."
7,079 men are estimated by the Red Cross to have died at Srebrenica. Thousands were executed and dumped in mass graves. The grave at Pilica farm, twenty feet deep and a hundred feet long, was excavated by forensic pathologists in 1996. Photo by Gilles Peress (from The Graves: Srebrenica and Vukovar [Scalo Books, 1998]).