Croatians Remember The Suffering and Victims of Communist Crimes

When the Associated Press publishes an article regarding WWII Croatia and other world mainstream media such as New York Times shares it, you can safely bet your bottom dollar an evidently anti-Croatian independence biased journalist of Serbian extraction wrote the article. And so, on 17 May 2019, the world’s public has been served an article […]

Croatia: Catholic Church set on ending distressing injustice for victims of communist crimes

Croatian authorities have late this month uncovered a yet another horror that befell innocent people in Croatia at the hand of WWII and post-WWII Communists. Authorities have exhumed a new mass grave (so far over 900 have reportedly been discovered in Croatia) with the remains of 30 people executed at the end of World War […]

Europe demands justice for victims of Communism – Croatia must follow

Seeing crimes of communism for what they are and getting them prosecuted legally – this was the topic discussed at the conference on the legal settlement of crimes of communism at the EU parliament in Brussels, 5 June. At the conference, Sandra Kalniete, Chairwoman, Reconcilliation of European Histories Group said: “Today every school child knows […]

Human Rights Easy Street in the UK

Milan Sarcevic, a Serbian, is accused of taking part in the 1991 Vukovar massacre, one of the worst atrocities of the Balkans war, when up to 300 wounded Croats were beaten, executed and buried in a mass grave. The 60-year-old first came to Britain more than a decade ago and, when refused asylum, returned to […]

Croatia: Government attempting to belittle WWII Communist Crimes

While the Croatian Social Democrat led government has declined to continue sponsoring the WWII Bleiburg Tragedy commemorations, its leaders have decided to pay respects to victims at the Tezno mass grave (about 15,000 murdered there). The only problem is that Tezno mass grave is only one of many places of WWII, and after, where communist […]

Politicising Communist crimes: inveterate canker

Two months after the Constitutional Court terminated the investigation of war crimes allegedly perpetrated by Josip Boljkovac in 1945 the Croatian State Prosecutor in Zagreb has January 27 re-opened the case. The new investigation is to be carried out under the new criminal investigations procedures for the same case as when Boljkovac, 92, was originally […]

Mass murders of anti-communists in WWII and after finally get their deserved attention of law

It has been a long time for Croatia (indeed for much of the ex-communist run world) to see the day when serious considerations and criminal jurisprudence will apply to the World War II crimes and post WWII crimes committed by the pro-communist forces during that war and many years after. When it comes to Croatia […]

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