Zrće beach, Pag island near a WW II Nazi death camp: Croatian Ibiza on the site of genocide

BANJA LUKA – Dušan Bastašić, President of the Citizens Association “Jadovno 1941” from Banja Luka, is bitter because of the attitude of Croatian authorities towards the Second World War execution sites and warns that Zrće beach on the island of Pag, called “Croatian Ibiza” and a place to have fun, is located not far from … Continue reading Zrće beach, Pag island near a WW II Nazi death camp: Croatian Ibiza on the site of genocide

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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

The Dutch who were killing Serbs in Krajina

Rotterdam – in 2008.  State prosecution of Rotterdam launched an investigation against 13 Dutch citizens suspected to have committed crimes against Serbian civilians and prisoners in the action called ‘Medacki dzep’ in the villages near Gospic, RS Krajina (now Croatia) in 1993. These 13 Dutchmen were members of the Croatian army. The investigation wаs launched … Continue reading The Dutch who were killing Serbs in Krajina

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

Horriffying confession of Croatian veteran: I killed 72 Serbs with my own hands including women and children – the murder of Zec family

In 1995, here is what Tudjman said about the Serbs, as recorded and translated by the BBC Monitoring service: “And [applause – BBC] there can be no return to the past, to the times when they the Serbs were spreading cancer in the heart of Croatia, cancer which was destroying the Croatian national being and … Continue reading Horriffying confession of Croatian veteran: I killed 72 Serbs with my own hands including women and children – the murder of Zec family

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

How the Serbs rescued thousands of Croats in 1993 and how the Croats ‘returned’ it two years later

Exactly 24 years ago, 1993. the Army of Republika Srpska had accepted, fed, healed and settled thousands of Croatian soldiers and civilians who were fleeing from central Bosnia due to Bosnian Muslim offensive. Pressed by the offensive of so-called Amy of Bosnia and Herzegovina, – vehemently supported by the infamous Mujaheddin squads – the Croats … Continue reading How the Serbs rescued thousands of Croats in 1993 and how the Croats ‘returned’ it two years later