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the Kragujevac Massacre - a Legacy of 'Never Forget'

There are 73 comments on the Free Republic story from Oct 22, 2013, titled the Kragujevac Massacre - a Legacy of 'Never Forget'. In it, Free Republic reports that:

Monument to the victims of the Kragujevac Massacre of Serbian civilians by the Nazis in October of 1941.

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Servoslaves

Buffalo, NY

#1 Oct 22, 2013
by exposing someone else's atrocities is not going to diminish what the serbians did in 1991 and after in Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia, and Kosovo.
Hamilcarus

France

#2 Oct 22, 2013
You proud of your child killin nazi granpa who killed pupils and students you damn Down Syndrome sicko?
Servoslaves

Buffalo, NY

#3 Oct 22, 2013
Hamilcarus wrote:
You proud of your child killin nazi granpa who killed pupils and students you damn Down Syndrome sicko?
you servoslave are not going to exonerate yourself fro killing innocent Muslim in Srebrenica. WWII has nothing to do with presentdays Serbian genocidal butchery, you dummy servo.do not use my name Hamilcarus, your name is servoslave.
Hamilcarus

France

#4 Oct 22, 2013
Present day lol, if I recall there hasnt been any war for more than 10 years. Those muslims you talk about you islamofascist lover did far worse crimes on Serbian civilians than Serbs did on them, we shot few thousand talibans so what?

bosnian muslism cutting Serbs to bits and pieces with hunting knife starting from head to toes.

www.kosovoliberationarmy.com
Servoslaves

Buffalo, NY

#5 Oct 22, 2013
Hamilcarus wrote:
Present day lol, if I recall there hasnt been any war for more than 10 years. Those muslims you talk about you islamofascist lover did far worse crimes on Serbian civilians than Serbs did on them, we shot few thousand talibans so what?
bosnian muslism cutting Serbs to bits and pieces with hunting knife starting from head to toes.
www.kosovoliberationarmy.com
serbs did very similar things to the Muslims, but you were the aggressors in that war not ther Muslims in Srebrenica.Stop using my name Hamilcarus, use your name servoslave.

Since: Mar 13

Location hidden

#6 Oct 22, 2013
'The policy was the Nazi response to the first successful organized uprising in occupied Europe. The Serbian resistance forces under the command of Serbia’s General Draza Mihailovich not only threatened Germany’s southern flank in Europe and her occupation of Serbia after Yugoslavia fell to Hitler in April of 1941, but critically delayed Hitler’s planned attack on the Soviet Union that summer. The Germans retaliated, but it wasn’t in the usual way - man to man, soldier to soldier. The method of Nazi retaliation initiated against the Serbs was unprecedented, and the target was the civilian population. Hitler’s aim was to suppress the Serbian insurgency against the Nazis and to do so by the most brutal means. He intended to literally terrorize the Serbs into submission by going after their most vulnerable citizens, and he decreed his intention via the new “law” in Serbia that took effect in the late summer of 1941.

Although there are so many documented atrocities that were committed against civilians during the course of World War Two throughout Europe, there are still those atrocities that stand out as singular examples of man’s capacity for inhumanity against man. The Kragujevac Massacre of October 1941 is one of those singular examples, and it would have a profound effect on the way that General Mihailovich and his Chetnik forces would conduct their military operations against the enemy German forces ever afterward.

On September 6, 1941, after a series of successful Chetnik attacks against German forces in western Serbia, Adolph Hitler issued the unprecedented reprisal decree that for every German killed, 100 Serbian hostages would be executed. For every German wounded, 50 Serbs would be shot.'

No Serbs will ever forget the Kragujevac massacre against the Serb civilian population by the German Nazi Wehrmacht.

“Kosova, gjaku im qe nuk falet!”

Since: Sep 09

Kosova, Albania

#7 Oct 22, 2013
If you read the history you will find out that servs executed their compatriots
Servoslaves

Buffalo, NY

#8 Oct 22, 2013
Strahd wrote:
'The policy was the Nazi response to the first successful organized uprising in occupied Europe. The Serbian resistance forces under the command of Serbia’s General Draza Mihailovich not only threatened Germany’s southern flank in Europe and her occupation of Serbia after Yugoslavia fell to Hitler in April of 1941, but critically delayed Hitler’s planned attack on the Soviet Union that summer. The Germans retaliated, but it wasn’t in the usual way - man to man, soldier to soldier. The method of Nazi retaliation initiated against the Serbs was unprecedented, and the target was the civilian population. Hitler’s aim was to suppress the Serbian insurgency against the Nazis and to do so by the most brutal means. He intended to literally terrorize the Serbs into submission by going after their most vulnerable citizens, and he decreed his intention via the new “law” in Serbia that took effect in the late summer of 1941.
Although there are so many documented atrocities that were committed against civilians during the course of World War Two throughout Europe, there are still those atrocities that stand out as singular examples of man’s capacity for inhumanity against man. The Kragujevac Massacre of October 1941 is one of those singular examples, and it would have a profound effect on the way that General Mihailovich and his Chetnik forces would conduct their military operations against the enemy German forces ever afterward.
On September 6, 1941, after a series of successful Chetnik attacks against German forces in western Serbia, Adolph Hitler issued the unprecedented reprisal decree that for every German killed, 100 Serbian hostages would be executed. For every German wounded, 50 Serbs would be shot.'
No Serbs will ever forget the Kragujevac massacre against the Serb civilian population by the German Nazi Wehrmacht.
are you stll in WWII era, what about your Serbian genocide in Croatia, Bosnia, and Kosovo after 1991????
Hamilcarus

France

#9 Oct 22, 2013
hasheem thaci nicknamed "The Snake" by his own albanian criminal buddies for a reason, executed albanians who were either against him or if they knew too much

“Hello”

Since: Jul 09

Belgrade

#10 Oct 22, 2013
Kragujevac Massacre: Krvava bajka

Jovan

Ljubljana, Slovenia

#11 Oct 22, 2013
Strahd wrote:
'The policy was the Nazi response to the first successful organized uprising in occupied Europe. The Serbian resistance forces under the command of Serbia’s General Draza Mihailovich not only threatened Germany’s southern flank in Europe and her occupation of Serbia after Yugoslavia fell to Hitler in April of 1941, but critically delayed Hitler’s planned attack on the Soviet Union that summer. The Germans retaliated, but it wasn’t in the usual way - man to man, soldier to soldier. The method of Nazi retaliation initiated against the Serbs was unprecedented, and the target was the civilian population. Hitler’s aim was to suppress the Serbian insurgency against the Nazis and to do so by the most brutal means. He intended to literally terrorize the Serbs into submission by going after their most vulnerable citizens, and he decreed his intention via the new “law” in Serbia that took effect in the late summer of 1941.
Although there are so many documented atrocities that were committed against civilians during the course of World War Two throughout Europe, there are still those atrocities that stand out as singular examples of man’s capacity for inhumanity against man. The Kragujevac Massacre of October 1941 is one of those singular examples, and it would have a profound effect on the way that General Mihailovich and his Chetnik forces would conduct their military operations against the enemy German forces ever afterward.
On September 6, 1941, after a series of successful Chetnik attacks against German forces in western Serbia, Adolph Hitler issued the unprecedented reprisal decree that for every German killed, 100 Serbian hostages would be executed. For every German wounded, 50 Serbs would be shot.'
No Serbs will ever forget the Kragujevac massacre against the Serb civilian population by the German Nazi Wehrmacht.
Thank God Serbia and Yugoslav was liberated due to Serb/Yugoslav Forces

Only dead german is good german

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#12 Oct 23, 2013
I have developed a well spring on face book for Serbia. Thousands of both Greek, Armenian and Russians now flock to various links I have provided on Facebook. This story included......even Israel Prime Minister recognizes Serbia as an important force wrongly accused in the world today.
facts

San Jose, CA

#14 Oct 23, 2013
Rudi wrote:
http://news.wustl.edu/news/Pag es/26041.aspx
For Holocaust Memorial Lecture, Sarah Wagner tells how DNA technology helped close a painful chapter in Bosnian genocide
Before the breakup of Yugoslavia in 1992, Bosnia was historically a multiethnic region of mostly Christian Orthodox Serbs, Muslim Bosniaks and Roman Catholic Croats. After the breakup, Serbian nationalists living in Bosnia implemented a period of ethnic cleansing against nonSerbian Bosnians. In the town of Srebrenica, about 8,000 Bosnian Muslim males were massacred and their bodies dumped into mass graves.
This genocide, carried out between 1992 and 1995, displaced nearly a quarter of Bosnia’s pre-war population, with refugees scattered throughout the world. Nearly 70,000 have settled in St. Louis, making the city the largest Bosnian community outside Bosnia.
Her next book, Srebrenica in the Aftermath of Genocide, co-authored with Lara Nettelfield, is expected to be published in 2014.
Good luck with the book!
Sledgehammer

Newmarket, Canada

#15 Oct 23, 2013
Jovan wrote:
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Thank God Serbia and Yugoslav was liberated due to Serb/Yugoslav Forces
Only dead german is good german
thank god yugo is dead
Joshua Tovey

Ljubljana, Slovenia

#16 Oct 23, 2013
Sledgehammer wrote:
<quoted text>thank god yugo is dead
f*ck off from Serbian forum

Since: Mar 13

Location hidden

#17 Oct 23, 2013
Rudi wrote:
http://news.wustl.edu/news/Pag es/26041.aspx
For Holocaust Memorial Lecture, Sarah Wagner tells how DNA technology helped close a painful chapter in Bosnian genocide
Before the breakup of Yugoslavia in 1992, Bosnia was historically a multiethnic region of mostly Christian Orthodox Serbs, Muslim Bosniaks and Roman Catholic Croats. After the breakup, Serbian nationalists living in Bosnia implemented a period of ethnic cleansing against nonSerbian Bosnians. In the town of Srebrenica, about 8,000 Bosnian Muslim males were massacred and their bodies dumped into mass graves.
This genocide, carried out between 1992 and 1995, displaced nearly a quarter of Bosnia’s pre-war population, with refugees scattered throughout the world. Nearly 70,000 have settled in St. Louis, making the city the largest Bosnian community outside Bosnia.
Her next book, Srebrenica in the Aftermath of Genocide, co-authored with Lara Nettelfield, is expected to be published in 2014.
Enough of your propaganda.

This thread is about the Kragujevac massacre you imbecile, not about the rightful execution of about a thousand or so murdering Bosnian Muslim Jihadist scum that brutally murdered thousands of Serbian men, women and children in the early to mid nineties.

Fck off from here you Nazi Muslim scum.

Since: Mar 13

Location hidden

#18 Oct 24, 2013
Servoslaves wrote:
by exposing someone else's atrocities is not going to diminish what the serbians did in 1991 and after in Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia, and Kosovo.
That 'someone else' was the German Wehrmacht you sick fool, and this is Serbia forum so we have the right to highlight the massacres that took place in out history. Look at you, so scared to even mention the Germans unless you are praising them.

You grandchildren of Nazi wankers in denial.
Jooosh04

Leicester, UK

#19 Oct 24, 2013
Servoslaves wrote:
by exposing someone else's atrocities is not going to diminish what the serbians did in 1991 and after in Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia, and Kosovo.
Dude, was this even necessary?
lojalan

Ljubljana, Slovenia

#20 Oct 24, 2013
only dead german is good german

“Kosova, gjaku im qe nuk falet!”

Since: Sep 09

Kosova, Albania

#21 Oct 24, 2013
Kragujevac massacre is another lie by servs. In fact, commander and soldiers who executed serv animals were servian by nation, nazi puppets. This psychopathic nation who feed themselves constantly with lies needs complete extermination !

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