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Kenan Trebincevic was 12-years-old when his small Bosnian town was ripped apart by civil war and ethnic cleansing.

He was a Muslim kid, which meant he faced possible death every day. His father and brother were hauled off to camps.

They survived and escaped to Queens.

Twenty years later, they went back.

Kenan talks with Steve Bertrand on Books about his memoir of that trip, “The Bosnia List.”

Kenan Trebincevic credit Eldin Trebincevic
Kenan Trebincevic (Photo by Eldin Trebincevic)
The Bosnia List