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  • CONCENTRATION CAMPS, PRISON AND

    BROTHELS

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    PRISON AND BROTHELS

    CONCENTRATION

    CAMPS, PRISON AND

    BROTHELS

    CONCENTRATION CAMPS, PRISON AND

    BROTHELS

    Coordinator: Mr. Ugljesa Jeremic

    Editor & translator: Ms. Jill Starr

    Art director: Mr. Milosh Zorica

    http://www.instablogs.com/http://www.instablogs.com/politics

  • Publisher: LPC Yugoslavia

    2001 LPC Yugoslavia

  • The first concentration camps established in

    Bosnia and Herzegovina were for Serbs.

    Following are the pictures of those camps:

    Conc.camp Fudbalski stadion in Bosanski Brod

  • Conc.camp Tulek, Suburb of Bosanski Brod.

    Conc.camp Building material warehouse, in the

    center of Bosanski Brod, also used as a camp for

    Serbs .

    Conc.camp Railway station in Bosanski Brod

    where the Serb population of Novi Grad was

    held. Almost all prisoners are considered as

    disappeared, since their bodies have not been

    found up to date.

    The arrest, abuse and killing of Serbs in former

    B&H began in an organized manner in April

    1992, immediately after the secession of this

    former Yugoslav republic. The combined Moslem

    and Croat forces resumed the brutal and

    bloodthirsty practices of their Ustashi forefathers

    in the 11 World War, but now on an even more

  • hideous scale. The truth about the sufferings of

    the Serbs in the Croatian and Moslems prisons

    and concentration camps has not been able to

    penetrate to the world public either through the

    foreign media or through the official

    representatives of foreign countries, although

    they were duly informed about it. However

    documents have been collected on the

    aggression of the Republic of Croatias (approx.

    60,000 strong) armed forces against the Serb

    nation in B&H and on the individual suffering and

    collective disaster of the Serbs in the Croatian-

    Moslem controlled areas. Only the Serbs in the

    FR of Yugoslavia and the diaspora have

    understood their catastrophic position. Countless

    appeals have been sent to them from the

    Republic of Srpska and the Republic of Serbian

    Krajina to understand and help in spreading the

    truth about this new tragedy for the Serb nation.

    REPUBLIC OF SRPSKA PRESIDENCY

    No. 0 1 1 049/92.

    Pale, 30.8.1992.

    TO SERBS IN THE WORLD

    I appeal to you to use your connections to make

    the truth about the sufferings of the Serb nation

    accessible to all the media in the places where

    you live. Our tragedy is boundless. In spite of our

    evil experience in the past, the cruelty, atrocity

    and methods of destroying our nation now being

    applied have shocked us. In our despair, horror

    and discouragement we omitted to immediately

  • inform the world about this. In keeping with our

    old habits we have taken on this whole Golgotha

    on our own, unaware that it is necessary for

    others to know about it. In the meantime, our

    enemies began to depict our suffering, our dead

    and our people mutilated in death as their own

    victims and us, as the perpetrators of these

    crimes. We have thus lost much time and the

    media war against the whole world. I beg you in

    the name of the Serb nation, in the name of

    justice and God, to convey to the world, the truth

    about our tragedy.

    Presidency member

    Prof.dr Biljana Plavsic

    The most characteristic examples of the

    deportation and exodus of Serbs in Bosnia and

    Herzegovina expressed in percent ages (data

    from the 1991 population count) or in numbers:

    Concentration camps for Serbs on the territory of

    Bosnia and Herzegovina:

    1.Livno (castle-old town) approx. 950 Serbs;

    2.Tomislavgrad (secondary school) approcx. 500

    Serbs;

    3.Tomislavgrad village of Rascani: all Serbs

    are blocked in this village, without food or

    medical assistance approx. 1000 Serbs;

    4.Bugojno (house of a murdered Serb, Relja

  • Lukic) approx. 50 Serbs;

    5.Bugojno (Slavko Rodic factory) approx. 700

    Serbs;

    6.Jajce (castle) approx. 500 Serbs;

    7.Bihac (Jedinstvo football stadium) approx.

    900 Serbs;

    8.Orasje (football stadium) approx. 100 Serbs;

    concentration camp commander Pero Vincentic

    from Donja Mahala;

    9.Odzak (con.camp commander Mijo Barisic)

    approx. 400 Serbs in the primary school;

    10.Odzak (Stolit company) approx. 150

    Serbs;

    11.Odzak (village of Novi Grad) 1000-1500

    Serbs mainly women and children;

    12.Odzak (primary school, village of Poljari) 59

    Serbs;

    13. Odzak (former military depot in the village of

    Rabidi) approx. 300; (The Serbs were

    transferred from the camps in Poijari and Rabid

    on the 1. 7. 1992, towards Bosanski Brod. The

    Serbs killed in the Oddzak camps are buried with

    a dredger in the cemetery near the hospital in

    Odzak, which is the job of Fuad Alijagic);

    14. Konjic (railway tunnel above the village of

  • Bradina) approx. 3,000 Serbs;

    15. Hadzici (culture center in the village of

    Pazaric) approx. 150 Serbs;

    16. Ilidza (Famos football stadium; interrogation

    is conducted by Pero Sutalo from Vinkovac,

    Samir Lokvancic and Haris Ciko) approx. 800

    Serbs, mainly women and children;

    17. Tuzla (Tusanj stadium) approx. 4,000

    Serbs;

    18. Bosanski Brod (suburb by the river Sava)

    approx. 400 Serbs;

    19. Zenica (prison) approx. 2,000 Serbs; until

    today many have been killed by being thrown

    into the blast furnaces in the Zenica steelworks;

    20. Jablanica (village of Cefebidi near Lake

    Jablanica) approx. 500 Serbs;

    21. Kladanj (village of Stupari) approx. 50

    Serbs; each day one is taken out and hung;

    22. Sarajevo: (Kosevo stadium, Zetra center,

    Sarajevo railway station, womens prison,

    Mladen Stojanovic students center, 25. maj

    nursery in Svrakino seIo, the Sipad warehouse,

    Pofalici reformatory);

    23. Sarajevo: Viktor Bubanj former JNA

    barracks in which approx. 250 Serbs live in

    intolerable conditions. Rooms for one person

    accommodate 10-12 people. Chief interrogator:

  • Mile Davidovic, former basket-ball referee, and

    besides others, there are 20 Arab prison guards;

    24. Sarajevo: vaults of the Privredna banka

    Sarajevo, where there are approx. 170 Serbs.

    The members of the HVO unit known as the

    Quadrant who guard this concentration camp

    call it the torture-house for Serbs. The

    Quadrant HVO unit commander is Zlatko

    Lagumdjija. The camp commander is Dragoslav

    Dojcinovic, karate expert;

    25. Sarajevo: Vladimir Nazor school for

    retarded children, where approx. 200 Serbs are

    imprisoned;

    26. Sarajevo: Neboder (Skyscraper) No. 2 on

    Pera Kosoric Square. The commander of this

    concentration camp is Edin Bahtic, former

    footballer. Mass murders are carried out on the

    console over the river Miljacka. In one night, 27

    Serbs were murdered and the chief mass-

    murderers are Edin Bahtic, Safe Klepo, Omer

    Bezbjej, Safet Kepic, Haris Terzic and Uzeir

    Saric;

    27. Sarajevo: Sarajevo Central Prison where

    there are approx. 600 Serbs. The commander is

    Ismet Bajramovic known as Celo, a notorious

    international criminal;

    28. Sarajevo: childrens nursery in Palmiro Toljati

    Street approx. 580 Serbs. Pero Rika is in

    charge of the prison. (In charge of the Zetra

    concentration camp is Safet Isovic, an SDA

    member in the so-called Assembly of B&H.

  • There are approx. 1,500 Serbs in this conc.

    camp and so far approx. 300 have been killed.)

    29. Bugojno: Rostovo ski resort approx. 150

    Serbs;

    30. Bugojno: Gymnasium (secondary school)

    building approx. 200 Serbs;

    31. Bugojno: coalmine in the village of Gracanica

    approx. 200 Serbs;

    32. Konjic: new housing estate approx. 1,500

    Serbs;

    33. Konjic: village of Donje Selo approx. 500

    Serbs;

    34. Konjic: village of Buturovic Poije approx.

    200 Serbs;

    35. Zenica: Prison, Pavillion 5 approx. 300

    Serbs;

    36. Ljubuski: Pre-Trial Confinement Prison

    aprox. 80 Serbs;

    37. Grude: garage premises approx. 30 Serbs;

    38. Hrasnica: Aleksa Santic elementary school

    ( approx. 160 Serbs;

    39. Pazaric: warehouses in the village of

    Krupska Rijeka approx. 140 Serbs, prison

    commander Serif Mesanovic;

  • 40. Mostar: District Gaol approx. 300 Serbs;

    41. Gorazde: village of Vitkovici approx. 380

    Serbs;

    42. Gorazde: village of Sasici approx. 100

    Serbs isolated;

    43. Capljina: village of Dretelj approx. 400

    Serbs. They are also interrogated by about 20-30

    mercenaries from Italy, Germany, France, Great

    Britain and U.S.A;

    44. Tarcin: wheat silos approx. 250 Serbs;

    45. Novi Travnik: shaft for the distribution of

    liquid chemicals in the Bratstvo factory

    approx. 100 Serb;

    46. Metkovici (Republic of Croatia): tobacco

    factory plant approx. 150 Serbs;

    47. Split: Lora port facilities approx. 500 Serbs;

    48. Vrgovac: private garage approx. 50 Serbs;

    49. Imotski: