Genocide in Croatia 1941-45

Serbian prisoners interned in Jasenovac

Croatia, 1941-1945: The Road to a Forgotten Genocide

The greatest genocide during World War II, in proportion to a nation’s population, took place, not in Nazi Germany but in the Nazi-created puppet state of Croatia. There, in the years 1941-1945, some 750,000 Serbs, 60,000 Jews and 26,000 Gypsies— men, women and children—perished in a gigantic holocaust.

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