The soap - home made
There is an exspresion that the picture worths a 1000 words. Unfortunately, this picture is just a piece that shows situation from 1992 – 1995 at Sarajevo and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
During the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, for their personal hygiene were using soap called kabaš – the soap given people by humanitarian aid. Though, when there was not enough of kabaš, people were making soap by themselves. This is a sample of one of that hand maden soap.
The designer of this soap is Jekica Marušić. It's known that for manufacturing this soap were used boiled fat waster of UNPROFOR's kitchen.
The soap, maden by Jekica Marušić, is originaly from period between 1992 and 1995. 10 cm of lenght and 17 cm of width are dimensions of this soap. It has a square shape, and it's ochre. In january 2003, this soap was donated to Historical Museum of town Sarajevo. Today, it's a part of war collection at Historical Museum of town Sarajevo.