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Božana Delić - a Serbian victim from Gorazde - Bosnia 1992
Božana Delić (1912-2005) from the place of Goražde is the symbol of the Serb suffering in Bosnia and Herzegovina during the war 1990-1995.      


The Croatian criminal Blago Zadro - Vukovar 1991
Blago Zadro (1944-1991) was an active participant in the civil war in Avnojevska Croatia and the break-up of socialist Yugoslavia in the early 1990s.      


The Muslim criminal Ahmet Sejdić - Bosnia 1992
Ahmet Sejdić (1960) was the war commander of the 1st Višegrad Brigade of the Muslim Drina Corps of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina, during the Bosnian-Herzegovinian war in the 1990s.      


The Hungarian camp Sárvár - WW2
The Sárvár camp is one of the concentration camps established by the Hungarian fascist authorities on their territory for Serbian prisoners...      


Djordje Martinović (1929-2000) a Serbian victim from Gnjilane - Kosovo 1985
Djordje Martinović (1929-2000) was a Serb from Kosovo and Metohija, who suffered impalement with a broken glass bottle on the top. (Impalement, as a method of torture and execution, is the penetration of a human by an object such as a stake, pole, spear, or hook, often by the complete or partial perforation of the torso).      


Slobodan I. Stojanović (12) - serbian boy from Zvornik - Bosnia 1992
Slobodan Stojanović was a Serbian boy brutally massacred in July 1992 near the town of Zvornik by Elfeta Veseli, an Albanian woman from Kosovo and Metohija who came to Zvornik during the Bosnian war in the 90s. She voluntarily joined the Muslim 28th Division commanded by the criminal Naser Orić.      


The Battle of Paštrik - Kosovo 1999
The Battle of Paštrik was a fierce battle between the Yugoslav Army and Albanian terrorists with their adherents, which took place in the southern parts of Kosovo and Metohija, along the border with the Republic of Albania during the 1999 NATO aggression.      


The German Nazi criminal- Walther von Brauchitsch
Walther von Brauchitsch (1881-1948) was a German duke (field marshal) and supreme commander of the Wehrmacht, ie the German ground army during the Second World War. He was one of the main planners and strategists for the invasion of France and Belgium in the spring of 1940, and also the invasions of Yugoslavia and Greece the following year.      


Sarajevo Golgotha - Exodus of Sarajevo Serbs - Bosnia 1996
Sarajevo Golgotha, known as the Exodus of Sarajevo Serbs, refers to the mass migration of nearly 150,000 Serbs from eastern parts of Sarajevo (Eastern Sarajevo), that began at the beginning of 1996 and lasted two and half months, until March 1996.      


The Albanian Camp Kukeš in 1999
The Kukeš camp (Alb. Kukës) is an Albanian concentration camp that existed in the late 1990s in the northern part of the Republic of Albania during the NATO aggression on Serbia and Montenegro. This is one of a dozen of casemates of death known to have existed on the territory of another country (Deva, Tropoje, Burrel, Chakan, Durres…), in which Serbs and non-Albanians were brought      


The Croatian and Muslim Crime in Čardak - Bosnia 1992
The crime in Čardak refers to the ethnic cleansing of Serbs performed by Croatian paramilitary units under the auspices of the regular Army of Croatia on the Orthodox Easter, 26th of April 1992, in the village of Čardak, the town of Derventa, at the north of Bosnia and Herzegovina.      


The Croatian Criminal Ante Gotovina
Ante Gotovina (1955) is a former Croatian general and former member of the Foreign Legion, through which he acquired French citizenship after five years of service. In 2001, the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia indicted Croatian generals Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markač, Ivan Čermak, for crimes committed during and after the "Storm" in the summer of 1995.      


The Croatian archbishop and criminal- Aloysius Stepinac
Aloysius Stepinac (1898-1960) was the Archbishop of Zagreb and a Croatian cardinal, who decades after his death became a beatus of the Roman Catholic Church. He participated in the mass conversion of Orthodox Serbs to Catholicism, i.e. Croats on the territory of the Ustasha Independent State of Croatia during the Second World War.      


The Bosnian Croat criminal Azra Alešević Bašić
Azra Alešević-Bašić is a former member of the 111th Rijeka Brigade of the Army of the Republic of Croatia (although there is information that it was the 108th Brigade of the Croatian Army), who took part in the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina during the 1990s.