30. August 1942 – Serbian patriot and painter Sava Šumanović was killed by Croats

On this day, 30 August 1942. Serbian painter Sava Sumanovic was, together with 150 other Serbs, killed by Croats. Sava Šumanović was born in Vinkovci on 22. January 1896. He graduated from High School in Zemun, across the Danube from Belgrade, where he was first introduced to the art of painting. He later enrolled in … Continue reading 30. August 1942 – Serbian patriot and painter Sava Šumanović was killed by Croats

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Modern day Croatia is a carbon copy of the WW 2 monstrous Independent State of Croatia

Can you imagine one hundred thousand of adults and children dressed  as SS and Hitlerjugend  members, shouitng: Sieg Heil and singing  about glory of Auschwitz? Impossible? Very possible. That’s exactly what happens in Croatia, the very first resurrected  Nazi state ever. Children dressed as monstrous Ustasha troops. Since Croatia is a member, thus the EU … Continue reading Modern day Croatia is a carbon copy of the WW 2 monstrous Independent State of Croatia

Remembering the victims of Croatian crimes in Begovo Brdo, Kordun, Serbian Krajina (today Croatia)

    Serbian village Begovo Brdo, 1942- erased off the map by Croats In the little village of Begovo Brdo, Croats  killed in the most cruel manner 137 Serbian villagers, mostly children of 15.   Some of the worst crimes during the WWII were committed on 3. April 1942, when Ustasha (armed forces of the … Continue reading Remembering the victims of Croatian crimes in Begovo Brdo, Kordun, Serbian Krajina (today Croatia)