Regards From Serbia

War has a dramatic impact on the lives of many, but few are hit as hard as the people who, through no fault of their own, find themselves trying to live amongst the death and destruction. Serbian cartoonist Aleksandar Zograf found himself in this unfortunate situation in the 1990s, when NATO bombings became as common a part of his daily rituals as popping out to watch a game of football. During the period, Zograf kept a visual diary of how the war impacted his life and the lives of those around him, making this collection a fascinating insight into the real cost of war.

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