Dayton Peace Agreement Signed
November 21, 1995
The war in Bosnia-Herzegovina ended in 1995 with a peace agreement negotiated in Dayton, Ohio. It established two state "entities," the Serb Republic and the Bosnian Federation, joined by a weak central government. Srebrenica, where approximately 8,000 Bosnian Muslim men and boys were massacred just a few months earlier, is in the Serb Republic.