No more Bela Krajina guards – The Disappeared People: Tragedy of Bela Krajina Serbs

On the former battlements of Europe from the Ottoman Empire, alongside the Kupa river, today live only 280 Serbs. Descendants of proud uskoks inhabit four villages only. The Serbian language is almost impossible to hear. Cyrillic letters are impossible to see, even the monuments and graves are carved in Latin letters.  End of XIX beginning of … Continue reading No more Bela Krajina guards – The Disappeared People: Tragedy of Bela Krajina Serbs

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May 1 – the Croatian bloody Operation “Flash”

1.May 2013.  marks 18th anniversary of the beginning of the Croatian military operation “Flash”, in which, according to the data of the Documentary-informative center “Veritas”,  283 Serbs from western Slavonia were killed, and at least 15,000 people were expelled. Among the murdered Serbs, there were 57 women and 9 children. According to the data of the Croatian … Continue reading May 1 – the Croatian bloody Operation “Flash”

MRKONJIC GRAD – For over two decades Western racists hide the massacre of Serbs

In the chapel of St. Mark, wreaths are laid at the Memorial plaque at mass graves discovered in the Orthodox cemetery in Mrkonjić Grad, discoveder two decades ago.  Decades have passed since the opening of mass graves where 181 victims, Serbian nationals,  were found. They were murdered during  aggression of joint Croatian and Bosnian Muslim … Continue reading MRKONJIC GRAD – For over two decades Western racists hide the massacre of Serbs

Croatia: NAZI concentration camp for Serbian children

The Croato- German concentration camp in Sisak was founded on 3. August 1942. after the Croatian  operations in Kozara and Samarica once were completed. This notorious conc camp consisted of special part officially called ” Shelter for the refugee children .”  Children camp in Sisak , the largest of that type within NDH (Independent State … Continue reading Croatia: NAZI concentration camp for Serbian children

Medjugorje, Croatia: How a mass crime scene became a place of Catholic pilgrimage

They say it all started on 24 Jun 1981. Sunset over incandescent Herzegovina, haunted rocky space, blood, and water. Fifteen-year-old Ivanka Ivankovic,  on the way home to the village Bijakovići, suddenly saw on the hill Crnica a woman in a white robe, with a white scarf over the head and the child in her arms. … Continue reading Medjugorje, Croatia: How a mass crime scene became a place of Catholic pilgrimage

Les crimes commis par l’État indépendant de Croatie contra Les crimes commis par l’État indépendant de Croatie contre les Serbes

"Proclamation de l’indépendance de l’État croate le 10 avril 1941… Au bout de peu de temps, le pays ne fut plus, grâce aux oustachis, qu’un sanglant chaos… La haine mortelle des nouveaux maîtres se dirigea contre les juifs et contre les Serbes qui furent mis, pour ainsi dire, officiellement hors la loi. Le plus violent … Continue reading Les crimes commis par l’État indépendant de Croatie contra Les crimes commis par l’État indépendant de Croatie contre les Serbes

The Croatian Invention: NAZI concentration camps for Serbian children

The Croatian concentration camp in Sisak was founded on 3. August 1942. after the Croatian operations in Kozara and Samarica once were completed. This notorious conc camp consisted of special part officially called ” Shelter for the refugee children .” Children camp in Sisak, the largest of that type within NDH (Independent State of Croatia), … Continue reading The Croatian Invention: NAZI concentration camps for Serbian children