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Vladimir Zerjavic
YUGOSLAVIA-MANIPULATIONS -WITH THE NUMBER OF SECOND WORLD WAR VICTIMS

Publisher: Croatian Information Centre
Editorial Board: Chairman - Ante Beljo
Bozica Ercegovac Jambrovic, Edo Bosnar, Jadranka Busic, Ivan Galic, Biljana Knebl
Printed by: Hrvatska Tiskara, Zagreb

ISBN 0-919817-32-7


CALCULATIONS OF SERBIAN LOSSES IN THE TERRITORY OF THE NDH* AND
IN JASENOVAC-GRADINA; AND CROATIAN AND MUSLIM LOSSES AT BLEIBURG AND IN THE SO-CALLED WAY OF THE CROSS (Death Marches)

In my book**, I presented detailed calculations of the Serbian casualties in the territory of the NDH during the Second World War***:

Total number of those killed and the dead 322,000
out of
which
National Liberation Army soldiers
Collaborators and "quislings"
Taken to the German camp in Zemun
82,000
23,000
20,000
125,000
out of
which

Died of typhoid
Killed by Germans
Killed by Italians
Civilians killed in battles between Ustashas,Chetniks and Partisans
Killed in prisons, pits and other camps
Killed in the Jasenovac-Gradina camp

25,000
45,000
15,000
34,000
28,000
50,000

197,000

Besides these casualties, 13,000 Serbians from the NDH territory were killed abroad, while 22,000 emigrated. (Other victims in the Jasenovac concentration camp were: 12,000 Croatians and Muslims, 13,000 Jews, and 10,000 Gypsies, a total of about 85,000 victims.)

The same publication gives data on Croatian and Muslim victims, who were killed at Bleiburg (on the Austrian-Yugoslav border), and during the so-called Way of the Cross (Death Marches). On the basis of the number of 12,196 Croatians, whom the British extradited from the Vitkring camp near Klagenfurt, and the number of the Yugoslav Army captives, the total number of the slain Croatians and Muslims could be estimated at between 45 and 55 thousand. 41,000 Croatians emigrated.

In addition to these victims, about 1,500-2,000 Serbian and Montenegrin Chetniks were killed in connection with the Bleiburg massacres, as well as about 8,000 Slovenian Belogardists (mainly in the Kocevje pit).

* Independent State of Croatia in the WWII.

** Opsesije i megalomanije oko Jasenovca i Bleiburga (Obsession and Megalomania with Jasenovac and Bleiburg), Globus, Zagreb, 1992..

*** According to the listings of the State Commision for the Establishment of War Crimes Committed by Occupying Forces and Collaborators, performed in 1946: In The Croatian territory only 13.000 people died of typhoid, 22,376 were killed by Germans, 12.500 by Germans and Italians, 8.111 by Italians. Bosnia and Hercegovina had about the same number of victims.


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