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Concentration camp „Jadovno“: Croatian knife from WWII designed to slaughter children


„Only when you take the knife in your hands and ask yourself: What is this? and How it works?, only then you would understand all the horror of the events, this presentation tells us about.“, for the news agency „Srna“ explained one of the authors of this presentation, Mrs Vanja Smulja.
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Усташки нож за масовно клање српске дjецеCroatian „Ustasha“ knife used for the slaughter of Serbian children

From 219 Serbian villages around mountain Kozara during WWII had been slaughtered around 11,000 children. The average age of the murdered girls and boys was just 6.5 years.

Ustasha (Croatian Nazi troops from WWII) knife specially designed for the mass slaughter of Serbian children in WWII leaves a very strong and painful impression on every person visiting the presentation named „The anatomy of forgetting“, displayed at “ People’s university library“ (PUL) in Banjaluka, Republic of Srpska.

„Only when you take the knife in your hands and ask yourself: What is this? and How it works?, only then you would understand all the horror of the events, this presentation tells us about.“, for the news agency „Srna“ explained one of the authors of this presentation, Mrs Vanja Smulja.

This knife was discovered at location Patrija, beneath Kozara mountain, where, not only…

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