My Life As A War-Correspondent

Me: Sarajevo Airport 1993. Leaving the siege.

Me: Sarajevo Airport Winter 1993

View from a tank going through the front lines

Duration of the ceasefire

Friedrich Adolf, Bosnian Army Sniper

Friedrich Adolf Bosnian Army On The Way To His Position

Friedrich Adolf Bosnian Army On The Way To His Position

Friedrich Adolf Bosnian Army On The Way To His Position

Sarajevo Airport: We Titled The Airlift Maybe Airlines, Because You Never Knew If The Plane Arrived And What Your Fate Would Be

Sarajevo Hospital

Playboy Magazine Story About Sarajevo

Borislav Herak, Admitted To Killing 220 People

This is not my video. But it sums up very well, how 1992 and the beginning of 1993 were in Sarajevo.

Serbian Soldiers Repelling The Bosnian Army From Breaking The Siege In Sarajevo

Sniper Protection In Sarajevo

Empty streets because 3000 grenades went down

A man in the empty streets crossing snipers alley

Snipers are shooting

Srbrenica massacre survivors

Stern Magazine: Srbrenica massacre survivors

Stern Magazine: Srbrenica massacre survivors

Interviewing President Tudjman of Croatia

In Mostar for Focus

In Mostar for Focus

A normal day in Sarajevo

UN peacekeeper shot by a Serbian Sniper

Farewell: UN peacekeeper shot by a Serbian Sniper (Focus Magazine)

Hostages (Focus Magazine)

On the way to the front line with a Bosnian Army sniper (Focus Magazine)

Sarajevo Airport April 1993

Sarajevo Airport 1993: Will we make it or not?

Description

My first career was in journalism. I was the youngest chief-correspondent in the wars in Yugoslavia and Algeria.
I reported for some of Germany’s most respected publications such as Spiegel, Stern and Focus. I also covered stories in Burma, China, Hong Kong, Vietnam and the U.S. I will post more articles here as soon as I get a chance to scan them. Note, the video was not shot by me. But it sums up 1992 and the beginning of 1993 in Sarajevo very well. This is why I have it here.