Calendar of genocide: July 24, 1941 – 24. july 2015 – 74th anniversary of the killing of Serbs from Banija, Kordun and Lika

On this day we remember several suffering of Serbs in Independent State of Croatia, 1941: Grabovac Banski , Petrinja, 24, 25, 26 July 1941. and the Croats have massacred 1,200 Serbs. The slaughtered Serbs were buried along with dogs. Dragotina , a village near Glina in July 1941, Croats slaughtered 7 Serbian women and one child and set … Continue reading Calendar of genocide: July 24, 1941 – 24. july 2015 – 74th anniversary of the killing of Serbs from Banija, Kordun and Lika

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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

SS Handschar Division – a monster created by Hitler and Pavelic

The  notorious "SS Handschar Division"  carried out and emphasized the massacres of wounded and captured Serbs as well as partisans,  with majority of Serbian combatants. The spiral of their crimes was one-dimensional - it equally referred to the elderly, women and children and adult men ... In the beginning of March 1943, at the initiative of … Continue reading SS Handschar Division – a monster created by Hitler and Pavelic

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

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

“The World Doesn’t Even Know About Jasenovac Even Though As For the Torture and Atrocities, the Croatian camp was far more terrible than Auschwitz”

Says professor Dr Gideon Greif, Holocaust expert, on the largest concentration camp in the Independent State of Croatia ( Nezavisna Država Hrvatska, NDH) in his interview for Belgrade based  daily Večernje Novosti, and continues: "The Croatian hands are completely covered with the blood of innocent Serbs, Roma and Jews. It is hard to believe that even today, at … Continue reading “The World Doesn’t Even Know About Jasenovac Even Though As For the Torture and Atrocities, the Croatian camp was far more terrible than Auschwitz”

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)