Collaborator casualties in WWII Yugoslavia

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Collaborator casualties in WWII Yugoslavia

Postby Vulture14 » 15 May 2018 01:06

Does anyone have any information on the amount of collaborators either KIA or MIA by faction ? I can find detailed information about partisan losses broken up by year. Outside of the 99,000 Croatians killed I can’t find any causality reports for other collaborators ie Serbian state guard Chetniks, Serbian volunteer Corp Muslim Militia. Any information would be greatly appreciated

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Re: Collaborator casualties in WWII Yugoslavia

Postby Dr Eisvogel » 15 May 2018 09:58

Vulture14 wrote:Does anyone have any information on the amount of collaborators either KIA or MIA by faction ? I can find detailed information about partisan losses broken up by year. Outside of the 99,000 Croatians killed I can’t find any causality reports for other collaborators ie Serbian state guard Chetniks, Serbian volunteer Corp Muslim Militia. Any information would be greatly appreciated


Hi Vulture14,

in this graduation work:

Andrej Plohl: Povojni poboji na Slovenskem 1945, Ljubljana, 2009
http://dk.fdv.uni-lj.si/diplomska_dela_1/pdfs/mb11_plohl-andrej.pdf

you have the overview of deportations of the Slovene Home Guardsmen in May and June of 1945 from Austria to Yugoslavia (Slovenia) and the overview of the mass graves all over Slovenia in which the Slovene Home Guardsmen murdered by the Yugoslav Army were buried.

The author says that the final number is not known, but provides estimates between 8 263 and 11 850 men deported from Austria the overwhelming majority of whom were murdered by the Yugoslav Army.

During the war itself only around 1800 Slovenian Home Guardsmen were killed in action.

In the introduction he mentions the numbers of various other formations, which were withdrawing towards Austria and in the overview of mass graves murdered civilians are also indicated.

Here you have the Slovenian scientific project about the killed inhabitants of Slovenia during the WWII and its aftermath. You can see that the highest death toll during the entire war was after the war end in period May-June 1945.
http://www.sistory.si/zrtve/graf/?graf= ... pokrajina=


Btw, most of the 99 000 Croatians killed were not killed in action, but were murdered after surrender.

Best regards,
Eisvogel

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Re: Collaborator casualties in WWII Yugoslavia

Postby Vulture14 » 15 May 2018 16:31

Dr Eisvogel wrote:
Vulture14 wrote:Does anyone have any information on the amount of collaborators either KIA or MIA by faction ? I can find detailed information about partisan losses broken up by year. Outside of the 99,000 Croatians killed I can’t find any causality reports for other collaborators ie Serbian state guard Chetniks, Serbian volunteer Corp Muslim Militia. Any information would be greatly appreciated


Hi Vulture14,

in this graduation work:

Andrej Plohl: Povojni poboji na Slovenskem 1945, Ljubljana, 2009
http://dk.fdv.uni-lj.si/diplomska_dela_1/pdfs/mb11_plohl-andrej.pdf

you have the overview of deportations of the Slovene Home Guardsmen in May and June of 1945 from Austria to Yugoslavia (Slovenia) and the overview of the mass graves all over Slovenia in which the Slovene Home Guardsmen murdered by the Yugoslav Army were buried.

The author says that the final number is not known, but provides estimates between 8 263 and 11 850 men deported from Austria the overwhelming majority of whom were murdered by the Yugoslav Army.

During the war itself only around 1800 Slovenian Home Guardsmen were killed in action.

In the introduction he mentions the numbers of various other formations, which were withdrawing towards Austria and in the overview of mass graves murdered civilians are also indicated.

Here you have the Slovenian scientific project about the killed inhabitants of Slovenia during the WWII and its aftermath. You can see that the highest death toll during the entire war was after the war end in period May-June 1945.
http://www.sistory.si/zrtve/graf/?graf= ... pokrajina=


Btw, most of the 99 000 Croatians killed were not killed in action, but were murdered after surrender.

Best regards,
Eisvogel

Is there an English version? And do we know how many Yugoslavian soldiers died in the initial invasion.

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Re: Collaborator casualties in WWII Yugoslavia

Postby G. Trifkovic » 15 May 2018 16:42

Outside of the 99,000 Croatians killed


Btw, most of the 99 000 Croatians killed were not killed in action, but were murdered after surrender.


Hi Vulture14 and Dr. Eisvogel,

please provide the source for this figure/breakdown of losses.

Best,

G.


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