YUGOSLAVIA DURING WORLD WAR II
Serbian contribution to the Victory
of the first Yugoslavia
In 1941 the Serbs dare say "No!" to
Hitler and his New World Order. The Croats
most catastrophic mistake
Enraged by Serbian bravery, Hitler postpones
the attack on Russia for four weeks in order to punish the Serbs.
bravery helped save the World from Nazism
The time Hitler lost meant that his armies
did not get to Moscow before the bitter Russian winter sets in.
Eventually he looses the war. Serbian contribution to the defeat of WWII
fascism is pivotal.
the Serbian defiance of Hitler
The reactions in the world to the shocking
Once again in history, Croats stick with the
apparent super-power. They eagerly join the enemy that attacked multi-ethnic Yugoslavia.
Croatian Catholic Nazis
- The worst monsters the world had known
Croatian fascist monsters at work...
The worst atrocities known in the modern history of Europe were committed
by Croat and Muslim fascists on a defenseless Serb population. This, probably
the most important parameter of the current tragedy, is rarely mentioned
in the Western press.
The story about Ustashi barbarism and their genocide of Serbs, Jews and
Gypsies is available in any major encyclopedia.
Nazis and Italian fascists about their Ustashi allies
They also had nothing good to say about
Ustashi. Actually they were also shocked by the level of Ustashi barbarity.
fuhrer - Croatian Attila the Hun
Dr. Ante Pavelic, Ustashi leader and the
mastermind of the gigantic holocaust.
specialty - gouging out eyes of men, women and children
Ustashi bestiality is beyond
comprehension and beyond words. More appalling than anything is
their habit of gouging out the eyes of their victims.
There is a wealth of photographs about
Ustashi barbarity. They liked to take snapshots with their victims before
they would slaughter them.
The World Must Know About...
Glina Church Slaughter
August 1941: Ustashas capture more than 2,000 Serbian
civilians and push them into Serbian church. At night they come
with knives and slaughter them - right inside this Christian
shrine. One Serb survives to tell the story.
Prebilovci - a whole village slaughtered
A day after the above Glina Church Slaughter,
and at the other end of the "Independent Croatia," Ustashas
surround the Serbian village of Prebilovci. The entire village
of people, some slaughtered, some alive gets thrown down into a
deep mountain pit.
JASENOVAC - the third largest concentration camp...
of the Nazi-occupied Europe. It was founded
by Ustashi... and it was certainly one of the most brutal places in the
modern history of Europe. A few survive to
tell the story.
Mass slaughter in Drakulić, Šargovac and Motike
Lead by Catholic priest Friar Tomislav Filipovic
(alias Miroslav Majstorovic), later called
by Jasenovac inmates), Ustashas butcher men, women and
children in Bosnian Serb villages near Banja Luka.
of Jewish community
The Jewish Holocaust literature paints
a clear picture: The Ustashas are out-doing German Nazi and Italian fascists.
They murder Jewish women and children from Serbia, Bosnia, and Croatia.
The only way for Jews to survive is to escape to fascist Italy or fascist
Hungary or to join majority-Serb resistance.
openly brag about their Nazi past
In a recently published official school
book of the Croatian Education Ministry and Ministry of Defense, Croats
have audacity to brag about their Nazi past.
They brag how good and brave soldiers of Hitler's New World Order they
Bosnian Moslem Nazis
A number of Western history books say
that suffering of Serbs in Bosnia could only be compared
to suffering of Jews in Poland. Why don't we know more about
this, Europe's second worst genocide?
Moslems volunteer en masse into SS
Eager to slaughter their Christian Serb
neighbors, Muslims join the Croat fascists and volunteer into SS
division in record numbers
brag about their Nazi past too
In a recent (Nov. 1997) set of articles published
by Sarajevo Moslem's weekly "Svijet", Islam fundamentalists brag
about their Nazi past..
Serbian anti-Nazi Resistance
form the largest anti-fascist movements of occupied Europe
Unluckily, the Serbs are split into two anti-fascist
resistance groups: Chetniks and Partisans. The two groups cooperate initially
but soon start fighting between themselves.
Serbian Royalists, known as Chetniks, start the first
anti-fascist resistance in Nazi occupied Europe. During the war the Serbian Chetniks
rescued some 600 American fliers.
By far the largest anti-fascist resistance movement
of Nazi-occupied Europe are the Yugoslav Partisans. This is an overwhelmingly
The World Must Know About...
Kragujevac & Kraljevo Massacre
Nazi Germans wanted revenge for the Serbian
uprising. October 20 and 21, 1941, in two central Serbia towns,
some 7,000 male inhabitants, including school children taken from
classrooms, were machine gunned. German regular (Wehrmacht) soldiers
were the executioners.
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Last revised: December 15, 2007