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asgatalopt wrote:Still today such people are marring relationship between peoples, while even in the occasion of the entrance of Slovenia in the european union some nice people restored an eormous Tito writing on the Sabotino mountain facing the italian border.
The sign is gone now. Veterens of Independence war changed it to (IIRC) SLO.
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The subject is other concentration camps (than Jasenovac) in former Yugoslavia. Please stay on it.
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The fact that Lepoglava in a former Royalist prison in Croatia is on the list, it seems inconceivable to me that KP Dom in Zenica in central Bosnia would not have been utilised as a camp as it was built as a prison camp in 1889 during the Austrian occupation of Bosnia. The prison was notorious later during communist times and I find it difficult that the NDH or German authorities wouldn't have used it.
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