ï»¿“Others say they left their wives. I left my heart,” he tells his colleagues again and again. “It felt like I was tired. I was tired until today.” Most of those who embarked on the trip were soldiers, but not all. Two experienced internal medicine specialists and three nurses volunteered to return to Srebrenica and help ease the crushing load on the medical staff. They refused on humanitarian principle to carry guns and munitions, and the men who reach Srebrenica haven’t seen or heard from the medical workers since the ambush. “Which one is he?” they ask one another.