He most certainly also knew that ethnic Serbs in Croatia, long-despised as ‘heretics,’ were being slaughtered in macabre death camps, in their homes, in their churches. The same treatment was applied to Roma and political prisoners.
“It’s an honor to welcome you to Israel, Prime Minister, Mr. Vučić. The friendship between the Serbian and Jewish people goes back thousands of years, to the time of the Roman Republic. In the modern world are two peoples were united in struggles and suffering. In the terrible years of the Second World War in […]
Edited by Barry M. Lituchy, Published by JRI, 2006, 408 pp. As scholarship and awareness of the Holocaust grew rapidly in the 1990’s, information on Jasenovac and the genocides perpetrated against Serbs, Jews and Romas in Yugoslavia during World War II was absent from this discussion. This neglect posed some troubling questions. How could the […]