Fading memory of the Serbian genocide

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“….whenever memory fades, it means that evil allows wounds to fester,” Pope Frances in St Peter’s Basilica / April 2015./

April 2015. was marked by the anniversaries of the Armenian/1/ and  the Serbian genocide/2/. The first commemorated the centenary of deportations that culminated in the deaths of up to 1.5 million Armenian Christian citizens of the Ottoman Empire/1//3/. The second commemorated seventy years from escape of imprisoned from Jasenovac/1941.-1945/ Croatian NDH-ustasha death camp. Jasenovac was part of the system of numerous concentration and death camps, in which more than a million Serbs, dozens of thousands Jews and Roma were tortured and murdered in the manner that disgusted even their allies, the Germans and Italians./5/,/5a/

Armenian genocide has long been debated between Turkish officials explaining the deaths as “collateral” wartime damage, and the descendants of Armenian victims and survivors accusing Turkey/Ottoman Empire/for mass killings as a well-planned, premeditated campaign…

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