In Memory Of Croatian Civilians Massacred In Uzdol

Lest we forget!
Da ne zaboravimo NIKADA!


  1. How horrible. Yes, we need to remember these poor people.

  2. Stevie10703 says:

    A lot of the crimes committed against the Croatian population were also done by foreign jihadists along with the members of the Armija BiH, they looked upon that as their holy war and the sad part is Sarajevo is nearly empty of its Croatian population. What’s more unfortunate is that no one talks about this, which is sad.

  3. Bună dimineața, Ina ! 🙂
    Weekend plăcut !!! 🙂 🙂 🙂
    Alioșa ! 🙂

  4. It is sad when men do. And we must remember, to ensure it cannot happen again.

    • So true johncoyote,so often we are shocked by what “men” are capable of so we pray so they don’t ruin our world. God bless!

      • I agree my dear friend. Today world at a key turning point. Come together as one or fall as one. My USA is struggling. This election coming. A very important one. I hope you are doing well. I am still working and homeschooling my grandchildren. I tell people often. The children are watching us. We need to make the right decisions.

  5. It’s sad!

  6. This photo is very disturbing, but it needed to be shown.

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