Do Angels Cry?: Tales of the War
The soul of Croatia and its people overcome the savageries of war through the innocence of children, the laughter of families, and the determination of soldiers. From romance in a bomb shelter to a 45-year-old man struggling to contribute to the defense of his country, the stories of Do Angels Cry? illuminate the love and dedication of the Croatian people. Author Matko Marusic has a unique perspective on the images of the war gained from his service documenting the civilian experience during the 1990s. Do Angels Cry? was originally published in Croatia and Great Britain.
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