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Bosnia, 1995.


Bosna 1995History repeats itself, unfortunately in the most brutal aspects. Half a century after the victory over fascism, the Serbs from the Krayina are looking for their rescue as refugees.



"History is always different from what has happened" - Halldór Laxness (1902-1998)
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Jasenovac, Croatia, 1942.


Jasenovac 42Serbian mothers and their children escorted by the smiling Croats going towards concentration camp Jasenovac.
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1991, Vukovar


VukovarThe three-year old Serbian boy was shot dead by Croats while hiding in the cellar at 72 Nikola Demonja Street. His mother and father, Sladjana and Miroslav Cecavac, were also killed.
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1942, Kordun, Croatia


Djeca KordunaOn July 31, 1942. the Ustashas killed in the Orthodox church in Sadilovac, Kordun, 314 adult Serbs and 149 Serbian children under 14 years old. They shot the children in front of the church wall.
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1993, Bosnia


GradiskaThe severed heads of three Serbs (identified as Blagoje Blagojevic, Nenad Petkovic, and Brana Djuric) beheaded by Muslim fighters. This picture was seized from Saudi Arabian solders captured near Teslic in Bosnia.
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1943, Camp Stara Gradiska, Croatia


GradiskaThe corpse of a half-sawn young man with severed head and limbs in the Stara Gradiska camp.
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1993, Bosnia


MudzahedinThis photograph was seized from Saudi Arabian fighters captured in Crni Vrh near Teslic, Bosnia. A Muslim solder displays the severed head of Blagoje Blagojevic, a Serb from the village of Jasenovo near Teslic.
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1942, Croatia


UstasaAn Ustasha with the severed head of a Chetnik. They didn't care if the head is of a Chetnik or Partisan, as long as it belonged to a Serb.
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Vukovar, November 1992.


GradinaMembers of the Milosevic, Novakovic, and Cecavac families who were killed on November 15 or 16, 1991 at the enterance to the cellar. People killed: Miroslav Cecavac, 3-year old son of Sladjana Cecavac, Sladjana Cecavac, Ilinka Milosevic, Branimir Milosevic, and Ana Novakovic.
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Gradina, 1942.


GradinaOne of the hundreds of small collective graves in Gradina. Gradina was yet another "collection point for training and forced labor".
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Vukovar, November 1991.


KozaraOn the eve of the liberation of Vukovar, civilians of Serbian origin were dragged out of cellars and shelters, after which they were killed in front of their homes. The folloving people were killed at Nikola Demonja Street No. 74: Radoslav Pavic, Zoran Pavlovic, Zorica Pavlovic, Nada Pavlovic, Milojka Pavlovic, Velimir Trajkovic.
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Jasenovac, 1942.


KozaraThe Ustashi after a completed job stand above a pile of victims in the Jasenovac death pit. The Independent State of Croatia operated its own concentration camps were many Serbs, Jews, and Gypsies were killed. The biggest one was Jasenovac with 600.000 killed.
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Gospić, October 1991.


KozaraIn five months, October 1991 till February 1992, about 510 Serbs from Gospic and surrounding communities disappeared without any trace. According to survivors, there are no longer any living Serbs in that part of Croatia. In the two nights between October 16th and 18th, 1991, the Croats killed 24 Serb residents of Gospic, in Perusic, near Gospic. They killed them using fire arms, knives and sledge hammers, after which they splashed their bodies with petrol and set them to fire.

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Sisak, May 1945.


KozaraThe identification of the Croatian Ustashi victims in Sisak.
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Kozara, July 1942.


KozaraThe Croatian Ustashi escorting a group of fugitives from Kozara to the collection camps. In the Ustashi massacres of August 1942. , more then 5, 000 adults and 800 children were killed. One of the most monstrous crimes was done on August 16, 1942. , in Slobostina, near Slavonska Pozega when 1, 368 children and women were killed. 1, 165 were from the Kozara district.

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