1. maio, your response is factually wrong. Jasenovac extermination camp was established and run by the Croat fascists, the Ustashi, until the end of WW2, and not by the Germans. The camp commandants were Maks Luburic & Dinko Sakic, both senior officers in the Ustashi movement. Not sure what you are on about in terms of the Partisans as they actually liberated the camp near the end of the war.

    If you are referring to Sajmiste camp, this was run by the Nazi German occupation forces and their allies during the occupation. We don't condemn the Poles because the Nazis built & operated Auschwitz on occupied Polish soil, stands to reason that it is misplaced to blame the Serbs for what was done on their soil by occupying forces. Also, many Serb peasants were interned and killed in Sajmiste by the Nazis.

    Neither the article, nor I, made any mention of Srebrenica massacre - you did.
    (Dean, 30 April 2014 09:40)

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  2. Dean, Jasenovac was used by GermansSS, and Ustashe for political prisoners and Partisans for revenge and political prisoners. A good thing that we have you to tell us whose bones are buried in Jasenovac and whose bones are Serbs. You did not say anything for Baranja and Sjemiste that the Serbs managed and kill and murdered those who were not Serbs and were slaughtered in the most bestial ways…In Jasenovac GermansSS were officers in control and top of the command. I do not know how long one would lived if they said no to GermansSS officer I will not do what you ordered me to do and I will not execute the command and orders.

    Your excuse for Srebrenica and Serbia's death camp in Bosnia are so pathetic!!!
    (maio, 26 April 2014 18:25)

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  3. What about holding a service in Srebrenica, the site of Serbia's death camp in Bosnia. Serbs are so pathetic they can't even acknoledwge their own past.2

    Can you be more specific, 'Lucky' Jim? You can make more stuff up if you like but that'll only get you sent back to the nice padded room you came from.
    (Damn Strait, 24 April 2014 18:32)

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  4. This isn't a competition, Jim.

    People dying in one tragedy doesn't diminish the tragedy of other people dying in another.
    (Danilo, 23 April 2014 22:00)

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  5. Jim, your uninformed comments are disappointing. Jasenovac was a bona fide extermination camp, where tens of thousands of innocent men, women and children, mostly Serbs, were slaughtered in the most bestial way. Serbs are not the devils you think they are. They have just grievances based on a century of persecution by others. As for the victims of the Ustashi2W8 genocide, may they rest in peace.
    (Dean, 23 April 2014 16:15)

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  6. Memory Eternal.
    (Pete K., 23 April 2014 13:45)

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  7. a memorial service in Mlaka near Jasenovac, the site of Croatia's WW2 death camp.

    What about holding a service in Srebrenica, the site of Serbia's death camp in Bosnia. Serbs are so pathetic they can't even acknoledwge their own past.
    (Jim Clinton, 23 April 2014 02:21)

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