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but the crime is remembered so it wouldn't be repeated!" - Proverb


The crimes that were done to us in the 20th and 21st centuries have left us so mutilated and downgraded to the unforeseeable consequences. The number of Serbs in the Balkans in the early 20th century was about 7 million. At the beginning of the 21st century, the number of Serbs is the same. How is it possible that in 100 years there is no significant natural population growth throughout a nation, the question that naturally arises. Meanwhile, in the last century of the second millennium Serbian nation was attacked four times: A Second Balkan war (1913), First world war (1914-1918), Second World war (1941-1945) and one Homeland War (1991-1999).

In these four wars Serbian nation has lost a population of millions. It lost the progress of society, people who were in their best age, the young women who could not have children, murdered infants who later could also leave offspring behind them. Amongst the killed were even elderly people who were unable to defend themselves against the bloodthirsty executioners who assaulted them.

In two wars, many Serbs have passed Golgotha ​​in the concentration camps, where they were brutally tortured in the most monstrous ways, women raped, even girls; men humiliated ... Dante's Inferno cannot be compared to the torture our compatriots received in these dungeons. Although, the monstrous crimes didn't occurre only in the camps, on the contrary, it is only a small part of the story about the crimes against Serbs. The entire Serbian families were killed, slaughtered or burned in their homes. Their only sin was their Serbian Orthodox religion and nationality. Numerous testimonies speak about it.

In the table below, you have a list of all the crimes against Serbs that we have in our archives and database. If you notice that something is missing, feel free to add. If you are not sure how it should look like, take a look how some existing articles on the crimes are written, and in accordance with these principles, please send us such an article via our Contact Us page.


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Region Crime Views
Bania Glina Massacre 1941 234
Lika Medak Pocket 1993 208
West Slavonia Operation Flash 1995 160


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Before we begin the story of crimes and criminals, we will first explain some terms that will often be used on our site or in the material that we present to the public.

Crime is a work that is. an act which violates the criminal law The totality of all crimes committed in a given time in a territory called a crime.

Ethnic cleansing is the extermination of the minority by the majority, through imprisonment, persecution and murder, in order to achieve ethnic homogeneity in a particular territory. Such procedures and actions are planned and organized, not random.

Massacre (fr. Massacre, sr. Massacre, murder, massacre, bloodshed) is the act of killing a large number of people indiscriminately and cruelly. There are definitions that entered the assumption that the victims of the massacre of helpless that they are not able to prevent the massacre, for example. old men, women, children or unarmed men. The massacre was to speak, and when the victims are animals, not just humans.

Genocide (gr. Genos, gender, nation, and lat. Accidere, kill), an international crime of intentional total or partial destruction of national, ethnic, racial and religious groups. It belongs to the most serious crimes against humanity (according to the Nuremberg judgment). The term Genocide was adopted at the First Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations (1946). In contrast to the example. Ethnic cleansing, where the goal is to be given territory "cleansed" of certain groups of people (the emphasis is on expulsion, although it is usually represented and physical destruction), with the aim of genocide biological extinction or annihilation.

Pogrom (rus. Pogrom - destruction, devastation) is a form of mass violence. Today, this term implies persecution and other ethnic, religious and racial groups.

The Holocaust (gr. Olokauston: completely burned, prefix school and kauston, burned) is the name for a systematic state persecution and genocide of the different ethnic, religious and (or) political groups of people during World War II by Nazi German authorities and their associates. In early examples of the Holocaust include the Kristallnacht pogrom in (1938) and the euthanasia program (1939).

Srbosjek the blade that. knife-attached to the solid glove leather. Has been designed for quick slaughter of Serbs in the Independent State of Croatia. It is most used item in the Ustasha concentration camps.

Serb-basher is ustaška device used for rapid killing of Serbs in mass killings during World War II. The tools consisted of a wooden handle with a metal ball attached notched. His promotion Serb-basher suffered in January 1942 massacres around Banja Luka.

Chauvinism (named after the Napoleonic soldier Nicolas Chauvin) is an extreme form of nationalism is, where there is a disturbance of consciousness ο value of their own nation, tradition and culture, which creates negative stereotypes ο other, especially neighboring nations, associated with hatred, contempt, intolerance and aggression toward members of other nations.