Concentration camps during the Independent State Of Croatia

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Concentration camps during the Independent State Of Croatia

Post by Sve Za Poglavnika » 24 May 2004 12:09

I would just like to know if anyone has any information or pictures of some of the minor concetration camps during the Independent state of Croatia. I know for a fact in Dakovo, Slavonija where i am from there was a concetration camp, yet i no very little about its information and wether it was a deportation or labour camp and the people it persecuted. If anyone has any information it would be much aprreciated.

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Post by Jure » 24 May 2004 17:24

Maybe this thread will be useful for you?

Other Koncentration/extermination-camps in Yugoslavia

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Post by Sve Za Poglavnika » 25 May 2004 07:53

hvala za pomoc jure :)

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Post by Jure » 25 May 2004 13:15

Nema problema :wink:

I am also interested in seeing pictures of these camps.

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Post by David Thompson » 25 May 2004 18:22

Sve Za Poglavnika -- Please post in the English language, so that our other readers can understand what you're saying.

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Post by Musashi » 25 May 2004 21:56

Polish and Serbo-Croatian are SOMETIMES very similar so:
Sve Za Poglavnika wrote:hvala za pomoc jure :)
In Polish: "Dziêkujê za pomoc".
It means: "Thanks for help jure".

Jure replied: "Nema problema".
In Polish: "Nie ma problemu".
It means: "No problem".

Similar, isn't it? :D 8)
David, looking at the emoticons, you should know the people sometimes try to be glad using their friends' language. I also write the short phrases in Polish, Spanish, Italian, Russian, German or Japanese. I think the phrases like "thank you", "hi", "greetings" should be not forbidden.
Cheers,
Chris

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Post by David Thompson » 25 May 2004 23:18

Musashi -- You noted:
David, looking at the emoticons, you should know the people sometimes try to be glad using their friends' language. I also write the short phrases in Polish, Spanish, Italian, Russian, German or Japanese. I think the phrases like "thank you", "hi", "greetings" should be not forbidden.

I don't have a problem with such phrases when they're accompanied by a translation which makes them understandable to everyone, and if they also do not suggest the existence of a faction among the posters in this section of the forum.

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Post by Allen Milcic » 02 Jun 2004 22:19

For those who are interested in researching the Jasenovac Work/Concentration Camp, here is a reading list of books available in English:

http://public.srce.hr/sakic/jasenovac/readinglist.html

The website that provides the reading list is regarding the trial of former Jasenovac commander Dinko Sakic in Croatia.

Allen/

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Post by bokenzzo » 04 Sep 2007 23:02

I have a question for moderator. Do you tolerate the names like 'Sve za Poglavnika'? It means 'Everything for Poglavnik' and it was widely used in Independent State of Croatia during WW2.It is by my opinion inadequate for this forum because it supports fascism.

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