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LIST OF CAMPS FOR SERBS

Erstellt von Gast829627, 17.02.2006, 16:42 Uhr · 22 Antworten · 6.401 Aufrufe

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    Gast829627

    LIST OF CAMPS FOR SERBS

    hier mal eine liste von kz in denen serben gefoltert und umgebracht wurden in kroatien und bosnien::

    Committee for Compiling Data on Crimes against
    Humanity and International Law

    No. 162/95
    December 28, 1995

    LIST OF CAMPS FOR SERBS

    1. Camps in the Bosnia and Herzegovina

    1. BANOVICI, basement of the main railway-station building

    2. BANOVICI, old building of "Helios" company management

    3. BANOVICI, management-building of former Territorial Defence Headquarters, opposite the post-office

    4. BANOVICI, village of Trestenica, primary school

    5. BANOVICI, village, primary school "Ivan Goran Kovacic" and barracks nearby school

    6. BANOVICI, Djurdjevik

    7. BIHAC, main prison (District prison), Luke

    8. BIHAC, aero-club premises

    9. BIHAC, military barracs "27th July"

    10. BIHAC, "Jedinstvo" football-club stadium

    11. BIHAC, hotel "Park" - cement premises

    12. BIHAC, restaurant of the owner Vukovic Mustafa

    13. BIHAC, "Batnoga" camp

    14. BIHAC, village of Cekrlije, basement

    15. BIHAC, school-building in village of Frkasic

    16. BRADINA near Konjic, primary school

    17. BRATUNAC, village of Gornje Potocare, private prison of Beslic Hajro

    18. BREZA, Military prison

    19. BREZA, Police station

    20. BREZA, camp in "Elektroterma" company basement

    21. BREZA, "Udarnik" company warehouse, across the Department of Interior

    22. BREZA, outdoors swimming-pool

    23. BREZA, camp in warehouse of the "Breza" mine

    24. BREZA, building "29"

    25. BROD (Bosanski Brod), secondary-schooling center "Fric Pavlik"

    26. BROD (Bosanski Brod), Tulek, warehouse of the "Belgrade" department store

    27. BROD (Bosanski Brod), storage of the building material of the "GIK" company

    28. BROD (Bosanski Brod), camp "Krndija" (opposite fire-station building)

    29. BROD (Bosanski Brod), camp near the Sava river (kayak-club)

    30. BROD (Bosanski Brod), "Bosnia" stocking-factory manufacturing hall

    31. BROD (Bosanski Brod), camp in Military police building (former "Jugobanka" building)

    32. BROD (Bosanski Brod), city stadium

    33. BRCKO, Boderiste, "Interplet" factory, manufacturing hall

    34. BRCKO, Bosanska Bijela, local community premises

    35. BRCKO, Bosanska Bijela, place for drying plums

    36. BRCKO, Bosanska Bijela, private houses

    37. BRCKO, Boce, primary school

    38. BRCKO, Boce, local community premises

    39. BRCKO, Gornji Zovik, warehouse of building material

    40. BRCKO, Gornji Rahic, local community premises

    41. BRCKO, Gornji Rahic, warehouse of building material

    42. BRCKO, Gornji Rahic, place for drying in Okrajci

    43. BRCKO, Gornji Rahic, primary school

    44. BRCKO, garage in hothouse between places of Rahic and Maoce

    45. BRCKO, Donji Rahic, private houses

    46. BRCKO, Maoca, chicken-farm

    47. BRCKO, Maoca, restaurant "Bolji zivot"

    48. BRCKO, Palanka, library of the local community

    49. BRCKO, Rasljani, warehouse

    50. BRCKO, Ulice, primary school

    51. BRCKO, Ulice, local community premises

    52. BUGOJNO, building of the bank in which the Military police of the Army of the Bdjamp;H is stationed

    53. BUGOJNO, basement of the "Kalin" hotel

    54. BUGOJNO, private house at the outskirts

    55. BUGOJNO, sports-cultural center hall

    56. BUGOJNO, "Stipo Djerek" primary school

    57. BUGOJNO, Grammar school

    58. BUGOJNO, "Rostovo" ski-center

    59. BUGOJNO, "Slavko Rodic" factory

    60. BUGOJNO, garages in former Tito's Villa, "Gorica"

    61. BUGOJNO, house of murdered Serb, Lukic Relja

    62. BUGOJNO, coal-mine in village of Gracanica

    63. BUNA, camp in school-building

    64. BUNA, prison of brothers Ivan and Srecko Gagro

    65. BUSOVACA, Kaonik

    66. BUSOVACA, hotel complex "Tisovac"

    67. VARES

    68. VELIKA Kladusa, prison

    69. VISOKO, "Ahmet Fetahagic" military barracks

    70. VISOKO, basement of investihation prison

    71. VISOKO, local community premises

    72. VISOKO, "Fojnicki odred" school-building

    73. VISOKO, "Ognjen Prica" school-building

    74. VISOKO, Military police prison based at the "Ahmet Fetahagic" school-building,

    75. VISOKO, village of Srhinje, house of Enver Basic

    76. VISOKO, village of Hlapcevici, local community premises

    77. VISOKO, village of Glina, stables of the owner Sakib Sudzuk, called "Postman"

    78. VISOKO, Buzic Mahala, cooperative consumers' house

    79. VITEZ,police station building

    80. VITEZ, factory of chemicals

    81. VITEZ, Kruscica

    82. VISEGRAD, marshy rooms of Hydro-Energetic Plant "Visegrad"

    83. VISEGRAD, grain silo "Zito"

    84. VISEGRAD, Crni Vrh

    85. VLASENICA

    86. GABELA near Capljina, hangars of the former Yugoslav Peoples Army (JNA), near STRUGA, Croatian Defence Council (HVO) prison

    87. GORAZDE, Department of Interior, Police station in the center of the town

    88. GORAZDE, grain silo in Kopaci

    89. GORAZDE, building of the insurance company ZOIL "Sarajevo"

    90. GORAZDE, "Balkan" old hotel building

    91. GORAZDE, camp named "Mujkovica Polje"

    92. GORAZDE, Mahala

    93. GORAZDE, building of electric power distribution center "Elektrodistribucija"

    94. GORAZDE, VitkoviCI

    95. GORAZDE, camp in printing house in VitkoviCI

    96. GORAZDE, camp in Mose Pijade Street, opposite police station building

    97. GORAZDE, camp in house of Nedimovic family

    98. GORAZDE, isolated part on the right bank of the Drina river

    99. GORAZDE, village of Mravinjac

    100. GORAZDE, village of SasiciI

    101. GORNJI VAKUF, camp in Rama, police station building

    102. GRADACAC, prison in basement of the Town Tower (in fortress)

    103. GRADACAC, camp in secondary school center building

    104. GRADACAC, basement of the Grammar School

    105. GRADACAC, village of Srnica

    106. GRADACAC, Gornja Tramosnjica, camp in a school building

    107. GRACANICA, village of Godinje, garage

    108. GRACANICA, Cultural Center

    109. GRACANICA, camp in "Hasan Kikic" primary school building

    110. GRUDE, school building

    111. GRUDE, garages

    112. GRUDE, Dejcice, camp in primary school building

    113. DERVENTA, former JNA Club

    114. DERVENTA, camp in grain silo in Polje

    115. DERVENTA, Poljari, "Vuk Karadzic" primary school

    116. DERVENTA, Rabic, underground premises of military storage

    117. DERVENTA, Plehan

    118. DOMANOVICI, near Capljina, camp in a private house

    119. DRETELJ, near Capljina

    120. DUVNO (Tomislavgrad), Department of Interior prison in a basement

    121. DUVNO (Tomislavgrad), central-heating station

    122. DUVNO (Tomislavgrad), secondary school center

    123. DUVNO (Tomislavgrad), the Grammar School

    124. DUVNO (Tomislavgrad), "Borisa Kovacevic" primary school

    125. DUVNO (Tomislavgrad), nuns' home

    126. DUVNO (Tomislavgrad), military prison

    127. DUVNO (Tomislavgrad), Eminovo Selo

    128. DUVNO (Tomislavgrad), village of Babine

    129. DUVNO (Tomislavgrad), private prison in Suice

    130. DUVNO (Tomislavgrad), Balecic near Suice

    131. DUVNO (Tomislavgrad), village of Rascani

    132. DUVNO (Tomislavgrad), Gornji Brisnik

    133. DUVNO (Tomislavgrad), village of Stipanici, basement of a deserted house

    134. DUVNO (Tomislavgrad), village of Stipanici, primary school

    135. DJEVERUSA

    136. ZEPCA, storage of cement

    137. ZEPCA, gym in a primary school "Rade Kondic"

    138. ZEPCA, secondary school center

    139. ZIVINICE, building of former ambulance

    140. ZIVINICE, building of Department of Interior

    141. ZIVINICE, building of an old Post-office

    142. ZIVINICE, building of Employment Bureau

    143. ZIVINICE, stadium "Mladost", dressing-rooms

    144. ZIVINICE, library "Sarenjak" near stadium

    145. ZIVINICE, Ljubace, mill situated between Tuzla and Zivinice

    146. ZIVINICE, Ljubace, warehouse of the former JNA. Military prison

    147. ZIVINICE, Maline, (on the road to Husi)

    148. ZIVINICE, stadium "Metalac"

    149. ZAVIDOVICI, basement of a building of political organizations' premises (old City Hall)

    150. ZAVIDOVICI, basement of the Forestry Center building

    151. ZENICA, House of Correction

    152. ZENICA, prison

    153. ZENICA, basement of the Faculty of Metallurgy,

    154. ZENICA, hotel "Internacional"

    155. ZENICA, "Mihajlo Pupin" schooling center

    156. ZENICA, "Sead Skrgo" primary school

    157. ZENICA, camp in the Music school

    158. ZENICA, Perin Han, "Bratstvo-Jedinstvo" primary school

    159. ZENICA, Arnauti

    160. ZENICA, Bijelo Polje, stadium

    161. ZENICA, school building in a village of Janjici

    162. ZENICA, village of Drivusa, school building

    163. IGMAN, atomic shelter in the hotel "Igman"

    164. IGMAN, basement of the hotel "Famos"

    165. IGMAN, hotel "Mraziste"

    166. JABLANICA, Memorial Museum of the Battle on the Neretva River (Museum of Revolution)

    167. JAJCE, old fortress

    168. JAJCE, prison in basement of the "SJS" main building

    169. JAJCE, prison of Territorial Defence Center in "ElektroVrbas" main building

    170. JAJCE, camp in "Bratstvo - Jedinstvo" primary school

    171. JAJCE, prison in HVO military barracks, near Catholic Church

    172. KAKANJ, camp in a coal-mine

    173. KAKANJ, motel "Sretno"

    174. KALESIJA, village of Miljanovci

    175. KALESIJA, village of Medjan

    176. KLADANJ, former Insurance Bureau for People and Property

    177. KLADANJ, village of Stupari - camp in primary school building

    178. KLADANJ, prison in cinema

    179. KONJIC, prison in Police station

    180. KONJIC, camp in Celebici, in a warehouse of the former JNA

    181. KONJIC, Celebici, "Maksim Kujundzic" primary school

    182. KONJIC, "3rd March" primary school, 3. mart Street

    183. KONJIC, sports hall "Musala", Brace Bektasevica Street

    184. KONJIC, new residential settlement

    185. KONJIC, Donje Selo

    186. KONJIC, cafe-bar "Amadeus"

    187. KONJIC, Buturovic Polje

    188. KONJIC, village of DzepI

    189. KONJIC, village of Parsovici

    190. KOTOR VAROS, village of Vecici

    191. KREKA, Faruk Ppcic's private prison in the cultural centre "Mosa Pijade"

    192. KRUPA, Podpazarice, warehouse of the former JNA

    193. KUPRES, "Kvalitet" clothes factory

    194. KUPRES, basement in Vila Milenka's house, Narodnih Heroja Street where the "War Headquarters" was located

    195. KUPRES, private camp

    196. LISTICA

    197. LIVNO, police station and garages of police station

    198. LIVNO, "Ivan Goran Kovacic" primary school

    199. LIVNO, "10th October" primary school

    200. LIVNO, fortress "Old City"

    201. LIVNO, school gym

    202. LIVNO, "Dinara" hotel, basement (brothel)

    203. LIVNO, secondary schooling center

    204. LIVNO, camp in a school in the village of POTOK, 10 km towards Mostar

    205. LIVNO, camp in IVETIC's family house in a village of Zastinje

    206. LIVNO, village of Celebici

    207. LUKAVAC, basement of the Secondary school, "Patriotska liga" prison

    208. LUKAVAC, old policlinic's building

    209. LUKAVAC, slaughterhouse

    210. LUKAVAC, village of Modrac, prison of the owner Rifat Morankic,

    211. LUKAVAC, "Transervis"garages

    212. LUKAVAC, Croatian Armed Forces (HOS) camp in workers' resort in Svatovci village

    213. LJUBUSKI, HVO military investigation prison

    214. LJUBUSKI, HOS old prison

    215. LJUBUSKI, prison in a buy off tobacco station

    216. LJUBUSKI, village of Lipno, camp in a primary school building

    217. LJUBUSKI, prison in a school building in Kravice

    218. MAGLAJ, dressing rooms of "Natron" football team

    219. MATIJEVICI, near Kladanj

    220. MEDJEDJA, cooperative consumers' house, central prison of Visegrad Territorial Defence Headquarters

    221. MEDJEDJA, basement of a private house

    222. MOSTAR, military policlinic

    223. MOSTAR, Celovina, 27 Santiceva Street - former District prison, HVO prison

    224. MOSTAR, Military hospital, HOS prison

    225. MOSTAR, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, HVO Military police

    226. MOSTAR, Faculty of Economy, HVO Military police

    227. MOSTAR, Faculty of Law, "collective center" for Serbs

    228. MOSTAR, local community club "4th July"

    229. MOSTAR, "Bristol" hotel, basements

    230. MOSTAR, Mladena Balorde Street

    231. MOSTAR, Northern Camp

    232. MOSTAR, Rodoc, heliport (central prison in Herzeg-Bosnia), in Military Grammar School

    233. MOSTAR, Svinjarina, halls of "Djuro Salaj" spinning mill, camp of the Moslem Army

    234. MOSTAR, Svinjarina, "Djuro Salaj" spinning mill

    235. MOSTAR, Svinjarina, "Zlatka Vukovic" company

    236. MOSTAR, Svinjarina, a private house

    237. MOSTAR, village of Kocine, camp of the Moslem Army

    238. MOSTAR, CIM, a private prison

    239. MOSTAR, village of Vojno

    240. NOVI TRAVNIK, installations of the former JNA in the village of Stojkovic

    241. NOVI TRAVNIK, "Bratstvo" annealing factory

    242. ORASJE, secondary schooling center

    243. ORASJE, Donja Mahala, camp in a primary school building

    244. ORASJE, Donja Mahala, storage of Mirza Filipovic, nick-named Deljkovic

    245. ORASJE, POSAVSKA MAHALA

    246. ODZAK, primary school (gym)

    247. ODZAK, "Strolit" company

    248. ODZAK, village of Novi Grad

    249. PAZARIC, primary school

    250. PAZARIC, former JNA military barracks "Kruap" in Zovik

    251. PAZARIC, Cultural Center

    252. PAZARIC, camp in storages in Krupska Rijeka

    253. PAZARIC, village of Urduk

    254. PODBREZJE, "Vatrostalna" company, main building

    255. POSUSJE, police station

    256. POSUSJE, a garage

    257. PROZOR, prison

    258. PROZOR, garages

    259. RAVNE, in Popovo Polje

    260. SARAJEVO, Alipasino polje - private prison

    261. SARAJEVO, Alipasino's settlement No. 2, "Borsalino" cafe-bar

    262. SARAJEVO, Alipasino polje, basement on ZAVNOBIH Square Nos. 21 and 27

    263. SARAJEVO, central heating station Alipasino polje, B phase

    264. SARAJEVO, local community club "Mladost" in Alipasino polje

    265. SARAJEVO, atomic shelter in Dobrinja 3

    266. SARAJEVO, the Buca stream

    267. SARAJEVO, the Buca potok, ZIS secondary school (Secondary School for Railroad and Industrial Workers)

    268. SARAJEVO, military prison in former JNA "Viktor Bubanj" barracks, now "Ramiz Salcin"

    269. SARAJEVO, garage near "Privredna banka of Sarajevo"

    270. SARAJEVO, cellar vault of the "Privredna banka of Sarajevo", Dobrinja 5 in Bratstvo-Jedinstvo Street

    271. SARAJEVO, kinder-garden in Palmira Toljatija Street

    272. SARAJEVO, "Iskrica" kinder-garden in Mose Pijade Street

    273. SARAJEVO, "Iskrica" kinder-garden in Mladena Pojanovica Street

    274. SARAJEVO, "Iskrica" kinder-garden in Skerliceva Street

    275. SARAJEVO, complex of "Zetra" company

    276. SARAJEVO, 2 Dobrinja Street, basement of a trading company "Masinopromet" in Oktobarska Revolucija Street

    277. SARAJEVO, Railway Station

    278. SARAJEVO, Female Prison

    279. SARAJEVO, basement of the "Zagreb" hotel, in Marin-Dvor area (brothel)

    280. SARAJEVO, the "Europa" hotel, (brothel), air-conditioning chamber in basement

    281. SARAJEVO, prison in the Stup area

    282. SARAJEVO, building of The Bank and the Social Accounting Office in "Cengic Villa"

    283. SARAJEVO, restaurant named either "Strela" or "Stela"

    284. SARAJEVO, deserted Serb-owned apartment in 28 Muhameda Djurdje Street

    285. SARAJEVO, deserted Serb-owned apartment in 30 Mahmuta DZudze Street, Kosevo brdo

    286. SARAJEVO, Meteorological Center on Bjelave

    287. SARAJEVO, "Mehmed Busatlija" students' dormitory on Bjelave (brothel)

    288. SARAJEVO, the Ciglana settlement, Djure Djakovica Street

    289. SARAJEVO, "Djuro Djakovic" cinema

    290. SARAJEVO, Skyscraper No. 2, Pera Kosarica Square

    291. SARAJEVO, camp in "Slobodan Vukovic" school-building, Blagoja Parovica Street in Novo Sarajevo

    292. SARAJEVO, primary school "Pavle Goranin"in Svraka village

    293. SARAJEVO, primary school "Andrija Raso", Alipasino polje

    294. SARAJEVO, primary school " 1st May", Alipasino polje

    295. SARAJEVO, primary school in the Marin-Dvor area

    296. SARAJEVO, police station on the Kosevo Hill

    297. SARAJEVO, "Center" police station on Bjelave

    298. SARAJEVO, police station in the Sokolovic Colony

    299. SARAJEVO, police station, Novo Sarajevo

    300. SARAJEVO, House of Correction in Pofalici

    301. SARAJEVO, Pofalici, G.P. "Vranica" basement premises, former hostel premises

    302. SARAJEVO, local community offices "Mojmilo"

    303. SARAJEVO, warehouse "25. May" in Svraka village

    304. SARAJEVO, "Kosevo" Stadium

    305. SARAJEVO, camp "Sunce" - in the atomic shelter in Dobrinja II, the 5th Motorized Brigade Headquarters (in the building just below the "Sunce" shop), 1 Marko Oreskovic Street

    306. SARAJEVO, students' dormitory "Mladen Stojanovic" at the corner of the (118?) Radiceva Street and JNA Street (brothel)

    307. SARAJEVO, Faculty of Civil Engineering, basement (brothel)

    308. SARAJEVO, Technical High School, Vojvode Putnika Street, (School of Civil Engineering)

    309. SARAJEVO, tunnel of the "Kosevo" hospital

    310. SARAJEVO, tunnel "Velesici - Ciglane"

    311. SARAJEVO, FIS (DTV Partizan), Mis Ibrina Street, basement

    312. SARAJEVO, Central Prison, 8 djamp; 9 JNA Street

    313. SARAJEVO, warehouse of "Sipad" company in Dzemala Bijedica Street

    314. SARAJEVO, "Vladimir Nazor" school for retarded children, in Ivana Krndelja Street, Bjelave area

    315. SARAJEVO, special school in 54 Ivan Krndelja Street, in Cengic Villa

    316. SARAJEVO, basement of "Poljoopskrba" company, on the way towards the centre of the old city (Bas Carsija)

    317. SARAJEVO, the 101st brigade prison

    318. SARAJEVO, the 102nd Brigade HQ in Hrasno

    319. SREBRENIK, primary school

    320. SREBRENIK, Youth Center in Rapatnica suburb area

    321. SREBRENICA, a prison between the buildings of the Municipality Court and the City Hall

    322. SREBRENICA, prison of a police station

    323. SREBRENICA, village of Potocari, private prison of Oric Naser

    324. SREBRENICA, village of Sceska, Zulfo Tursunovic's private prison

    325. STOLAC, buy off tobacco station

    326. STOLAC, "Inkos" company

    327. TARCIN near Pazaric, grain silo

    328. TEOCAK near Ugljevik, primary school building

    329. TEOCAK, local community offices

    330. TESANJ, military prison

    331. TRAVNIK, prison

    332. TRAVNIK, prison near "Tri Bora" restaurant

    333. TRAVNIK, Retired Persons' Club

    334. TRAVNIK, "Petar Mecava" military barracks

    335. TRAVNIK, club of the former JNA (old medrasa)

    336. TRAVNIK, Hunting home in Pavlovica area

    337. TRAVNIK, basement of the old Railway-Transport Enterprise building

    338. TRAVNIK, prison in Dolac, near the matchmaking factory in Sljemena village, within the JNA warehouse compund

    339. TRAVNIK, laundry in 14 Slavka Radica Street

    340. TRAVNIK, village of Kraljevica

    341. TRNOVO, building of police station

    342. TRNOVO, camp in kinder-garden

    343. TRNOVO, "Treskavica" hotel

    344. TRNOVO, village of Godinjske bare, private storage

    345. TRNOVO, village of Dejcici

    346. TUZLA, military investigation prison based in District prison building in 1 Djura Djakovic Street, both on the ground and on the 1st floor

    347. TUZLA, camp in District prison, part for civilians, 2nd floor

    348. TUZLA, camp in "Husinjska Buna" military barracks in Skojevska settlement

    349. TUZLA, camp in an "old mine" near "Sloboda" stadium in Tusanj

    350. TUZLA, former military fire-range near "Sloboda" stadium

    351. TUZLA, camp in saltworks in Tusanj

    352. TUZLA, military barracks "Lipnica", 4 km away from Tuzla

    353. TUZLA, Engineering-Technical High School

    354. TUZLA, Mining School-Centre in Irac

    355. TUZLA, camp in Medical High School

    356. TUZLA, students' dormitory

    357. TUZLA, Workers' University "Mitar Trifunovic - Uca"

    358. TUZLA, Mining - Geological Institute

    359. TUZLA, "Tusanj" Stadium

    360. TUZLA, a club of the former JNA

    361. TUZLA, Faruk Prcic's private prison

    362. TUZLA, Serija Zaimovic's private prison

    363. TUZLA, hanger on the "Dubrava" Airport

    364. TUZLA, Cerik

    365. TUZLA, Kozlovac, shelter-place in a motel

    366. TUZLA, Kozlovac, former prison's husbandry

    367. TUZLA, Tojsici, 14 km from Tuzla, village Cultural Centre

    368. TUZLA, Pozarnica

    369. FOJNICA, basement of the "Sarajevo" Bank

    370. FOJNICA, "Kata Govorsic" secondary school, basement

    371. HRASNICA, Cultural Centre

    372. HRASNICA, former building of apartments for single persons, who worked in "Famos" company

    373. HRASNICA, stadium of the "Hrasnica" football team

    374. HRASNICA, "Famos"company workers' residential area

    375. HRASNICA, "Aleksa Santic" primary school

    376. HRASNICA, Social Club

    377. HRASNICA, basements of a skyscraper near the Moslem police station

    378. HRASNICA, garages in basement, Igman's Partisan Battalion Street

    379. HRASNICA, basement of a residential building, still in construction

    380. CAZIN, prison

    381. CAZIN, gravel works

    382. CAZIN, stadium dressing-rooms

    383. CAZIN, "Vojin Maric" primary school in Osredak

    384. CAZIN, village of Liskovac, primary school

    385. CAZIN, village of Coralici, hamlet of Djehverusa

    386. CERSKA, near Vlasenice, private stable

    387. CAPLJINA, police station

    388. CAPLJINA, "Mirko Popara" military barracks in Grabovina, HVO camp

    389. CAPLJINA, basement in the City Hall

    390. CAPLJINA, tobacco station

    391. CAPLJINA, HOS camp in a basement of an old Post Office

    392. CAPLJINA, grain silo near "Neretvatrans" company

    393. CITLUK, garages

    394. CITLUK, police station

    395. SAMAC, village of Domaljevac, primary school



    2. Camps in CROATIA



    1. BIOGRAD at the seaside

    2. BIOGRAD at the seaside, fishing house on the "Vransko" lake

    3. BJELOVAR, prison of the Ministry of Interior

    4. BJELOVAR, District prison

    5. BJELOVAR, Military prison

    6. BJELOVAR, sports hall

    7. BJELOVAR, military barracks

    8. BJELOVAR, school-building

    9. VARAZDIN, prison

    10. VINKOVCI, prison

    11. VIROVITICA, military barracks (guardhouse)

    12. VRGINMOST, police station

    13. VRGORAC, camp in a Croatian Club

    14. VRGORAC, garage in a village near Vrgorac

    15. VRPOLJE, prison

    16. VUKOVAR, Ministry of Interior in Vukovar

    17. VUKOVAR, Borovo village, "Komerc" company

    18. VUKOVAR, Borovo village, "Nova obuca" company

    19. VUKOVAR, hanger at the airport

    20. VUKOVAR, school in construction in Borovo village

    21. VUKOVAR, kinder-gardens near City Hall

    22. VUKOVAR, basement premises in the City Hall

    23. VUKOVAR, atomic shelter

    24. VUKOVAR, warehouse of "Drvopromet" company

    25. VUKOVAR, catacombs under the cemetery

    26. VUKOVAR, Ruthenians' Church

    27. VUKOVAR, "Vladimir Nazor" school

    28. VUKOVAR, Luzac

    29. VUKOVAR, warehouse of "Abazis" company

    30. VUKOVAR, Elc's royal palace, chapel

    31. VUKOVAR, Military recruiting department

    32. GOSPIC, District prison

    33. GOSPIC, camp Smiljane

    34. GOSPIC, brick-works in a village of Perusic

    35. GOSPIC village of Zablato

    36. GOSPIC,Trnovac (Zablato)

    37. GRUBISNO POLJE, hotel "Bilogora", National Guard Forces (ZNG) HQ

    38. DARUVAR, prison

    39. DARUVAR, police station

    40. DARUVAR, sports hall "Czechs' House"

    41. DARUVAR, "Varteks" department store

    42. DARUVAR, basement of the supermarket-building in the centre of the city

    43. DARUVAR, Miokovicevo

    44. DUBROVNIK, hotel "Excelsior", Military Police HQ

    45. DUBROVNIK, villa "Palma"

    46. DUBROVNIK, District Prison

    47. DUBROVNIK, hotel "Zagreb" on Lapad, Military Police HQ

    48. DJAKOVO, prison

    49. ZADAR, prison of the District Court

    50. ZADAR, Military prison

    51. ZADAR, hotel "Donat" on Diklovac, Borik

    52. ZADAR, aeronautics club

    53. ZADAR, "Velimir Skorpik" school

    54. ZADAR, primary school "Sime Budinic"

    55. ZADAR, primary school "Simun Kozicic"

    56. ZADAR, "Marko Oreskovic" military barracks

    57. ZADAR, restaurant belonging to Josip Prtenjaca, on the road to Diklo

    58. ZADAR, old town

    59. ZAGREB, Vlaska Street, Ministry of Interior

    60. ZAGREB, Vukomerec (prison of torts)

    61. ZAGREB, 3 Gajeva Street, former military investigation prison

    62. ZAGREB, "Marsal Tito" military barracks

    63. ZAGREB, Kerestinec in Sveta Nedelja settlement near Zagreb

    64. ZAGREB, Kuniscak, basement of the Military police hospital

    65. ZAGREB, Remetinec, Rajtariceva (Rajterova) Street, prison of the Military Court

    66. ZAGREB, 12 djamp;18 Petrinjska Street

    67. ZAGREB, 92 Selska Street, former JNA barracks

    68. ZAGREB, Correction house-hospital

    69. ZAGREB, "Martinovska" sports hall

    70. ZAGREB, Trstenik

    71. ZAGREB, Cernomerec

    72. ZAGREB, Cernomerec, brick-works

    73. ZAGREB, sports hall in Samobor

    74. IVANIC GRAD

    75. IMOTSKI, police station

    76. KARLOBAG

    77. KARLOVAC, prison

    78. KARLOVAC, Ministry of Interior

    79. KARLOVAC, pupils' dormitory

    80. KOSTAJNICA, Babina reka

    81. KRAPINA, prison

    82. KUTINA, Firemen House

    83. LEPOGLAVA, Correction House

    84. LIPIK

    85. LIPOVICA

    86. MARINO SELO, Ribarska Koliba (near Daruvar)

    87. MARINO SELO, main administrative building of the "Ribnacarsko-Pakracka poljana" company

    88. METKOVIC, prison

    89. METKOVIC, Military police

    90. METKOVIC, Civil Protection Center

    91. METKOVIC, Radio Station

    92. METKOVIC, Sports hall

    93. METKOVIC, basement of a tobacco station

    94. METKOVIC, village of Doboka

    95. NASICE

    96. NIN, brick-works

    97. NOVA GRADISKA, prison of the Department of Interior

    98. NOVA GRADISKA, prison in military barracks (on the road to Resetari)

    99. NOVA GRADISKA, basement of the Grammar School

    100. NOVA GRADISKA, school building

    101. NOVA GRADISKA, Sports hall

    102. NOVSKA, prison

    103. NOVSKA, Military Recruiting Department near City Hall

    104. OGULIN, prison

    105. OKUCANI, forge

    106. ORAHOVICA

    107. OSIJEK, Department of Interior

    108. OSIJEK, Investigating prison

    109. OSIJEK, "Red" Military Barracks

    110. OSIJEK, "Pampes" prison on the fire-range

    111. OSIJEK, camp on the stadium

    112. PAG (Slano)

    113. PAKRAC, prison

    114. PAKRAC, basement of a department store

    115. PAKRAC, village of Seovica, a camp in the Cultural Centre

    116. PAKRACKA POLJANA, "Jedinstvo" company, hall for producing the pens and electric switches

    117. PAKRACKA POLJANA, fishing house

    118. PETRINJA, village of Brijest

    119. PLOCE

    120. PODRAVSKA SLATINA

    121. PULA, District Prison

    122. PULA, Katarina

    123. PULA, Kranjcevica

    124. PULA, "Valtura" Correction House

    125. RAKITJE near Samobor, ZNG Training centre

    126. RIJEKA, prison

    127. RIJEKA, 24 or 25 Ciotina Street., a camp, "reception center for foreigners" in former JNA barracks

    128. RIJEKA, "Via Roma" in Zrtve Fasizma Street

    129. RIJEKA, Skurine, barracks

    130. RIJEKA, "Trsat" military barracks, Military police prison

    131. SINJ, "I Split Partizan Detachment" military barracks of the former JNA

    132. SINJ, prison of Military police

    133. SISAK, District Prison

    134. SISAK, garages of the refinery

    135. SISAK, Department of Interior

    136. SISAK, camp in forge

    137. SISAK, High School of Economic Sciences

    138. SISAK, powder plant

    139. SISAK, "22 Lipanj" primary school

    140. SLAVONSKA POZEGA, District Prison

    141. SLAVONSKA POZEGA, police station

    142. SLAVONSKA POZEGA, Sports hall

    143. SLAVONSKI BROD, Military prison

    144. SLAVONSKI BROD, basement of a restaurant with a bowling alley belonging to Dusan Bardak, in Partizanska Street (now Osjecka Street)

    145. SLAVONSKI BROD, premises in basement of the Center for Public Security

    146. SLAVONSKI BROD, camp in the Firemen House

    147. SLAVONSKI BROD, Refinery

    148. SLAVONSKI SAMAC

    149. SLUNJ

    150. SPLIT, prison on the Katalinic Hill

    151. SPLIT, Lora

    152. SPLIT, Dracevac, former JNA barracks, HOS prison

    153. SPLIT, Bilice (between Split and Solin), District Prison

    154. SPLIT, the "Firule" hospital

    155. TROGIR

    156. TUROPOLJE

    157. FILIP JAKOV, Hospital for retarded children

    158. SIBENIK, "Mandalina" prison

    159. SIBENIK, "Ante Jonjic" military barracks

    160. SIBENIK, Subicevac

    161. SIBENIK, Sports hall near "Stjepan Radic" school

    162. SIBENIK, Island of Obonjan



    und das ist die dunkelziffer......

  2. #2
    Avatar von Monte-Grobar

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    Die Liste ist aber extrem lang 8O 8O :?

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    und wer hat wen gefoltert umgebracht?
    warum haben die serben die entscheidung der mehrheit bih´s nicht anerkannt?
    warum erkennen die serben die mehrheit von 55% in montenegro an?

    quelle?

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    Zitat Zitat von drenicaku
    und wer hat wen gefoltert umgebracht?
    warum haben die serben die entscheidung der mehrheit bih´s nicht anerkannt?
    warum erkennen die serben die mehrheit von 55% in montenegro an?

    quelle?
    weil die montenegrinner bestimmt nicht aufrufen zum serbenmord wenn sie sich trennen ,weil sie auch serben sind und weil sie niemanden als menschen zweiter klasse bezeichnen......

    wenn du dir das buch von tudjmann und das von alija durchliest dann wirst du hoffe ich mal die reinversetzten köönnen wie sich die serben gefühlt haben als diese zwei männer als staatsoberhaupte versucht haben die länder in die unabhängikeit zu führen......

  5. #5
    Avatar von port80

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    Zitat Zitat von drenicaku
    und wer hat wen gefoltert umgebracht?
    warum haben die serben die entscheidung der mehrheit bih´s nicht anerkannt?
    warum erkennen die serben die mehrheit von 55% in montenegro an?

    quelle?

    so war es nicht sportsfreund.........


    in Bih war es ein wenig anderst...garnicht zu vergleichen mit MonteNegro....lesse mal genau denn sachverhalt durch,da wirst du auch einsehen das die serben ...ihre landsleute haben schützen müssen.....zumal beim referentum in BIH keine Serben mit abgestimmt hatten.


    also wenn man von was spricht,dann sollte man sich erst ein wenig hintergrund wissen holen.

  6. #6
    Avatar von Ivo2

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    Zitat Zitat von Legija
    weil die montenegrinner bestimmt nicht aufrufen zum serbenmord wenn sie sich trennen ,weil sie auch serben sind und weil sie niemanden als menschen zweiter klasse bezeichnen......

    wenn du dir das buch von tudjmann und das von alija durchliest dann wirst du hoffe ich mal die reinversetzten köönnen wie sich die serben gefühlt haben als diese zwei männer als staatsoberhaupte versucht haben die länder in die unabhängikeit zu führen......
    Quelle fehlt noch immer, aber sei's drum, ich sag' dir die Quelle:
    "Serbian Unity Congress". Aber auch mal davon abgesehen, ein Großteil der Orte waren bis zumindest Mai 1995 unter serbischer Kontrolle Desweiteren gibt es viele dieser "Camps" noch immer und möglicherweise, oder sogar sicher, sind dort etliche Serben untergebracht. Es sind und waren schlicht und ergreifend Gefängnisse.

    Jetzt zu Tudjman's un Izetbegovic Buch (BÜcher). Hast du ein einziges davon gelesen ? Natürlich nicht. Aber du kannst sicher Zitate aus den Büchern bringen, wovor sich die Serben hätten fürchten müssen.

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    Leben überhaupt noch Serben....?

    und in der Liste lese ich Metkovic.....

    Heute leben die Serben noch dort.....nur die damaligen serbischen Yu Polizisten haben sich rechtzeitig abgesetzt....

    Lüge hat einen neuen Namen...Legija..

    91. METKOVIC, Radio Station

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    Avatar von Knutholhand

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    Zitat Zitat von Metkovic
    Leben überhaupt noch Serben....?

    und in der Liste lese ich Metkovic.....

    Heute leben die Serben noch dort.....nur die damaligen serbischen Yu Polizisten haben sich rechtzeitig abgesetzt....

    Lüge hat einen neuen Namen...Legija..
    Wieso neuen Namen???

  9. #9

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    Zitat Zitat von Knutholhand
    Zitat Zitat von Metkovic
    Leben überhaupt noch Serben....?

    und in der Liste lese ich Metkovic.....

    Heute leben die Serben noch dort.....nur die damaligen serbischen Yu Polizisten haben sich rechtzeitig abgesetzt....

    Lüge hat einen neuen Namen...Legija..
    Wieso neuen Namen???
    Hast ja Recht....

    [web:a923ec7159]http://www.danas.co.yu/20040611/feljton1.html[/web:a923ec7159]

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    Re: LIST OF CAMPS FOR SERBS

    Zitat Zitat von Legija
    hier mal eine liste von kz in denen serben gefoltert und umgebracht wurden in kroatien und bosnien::

    Quote gekürzt weil sonst zu lang & unästhetisch / Gez.Schiptar
    die serben wurden gefolltert ja sicher meinst du nicht etwa das die serben die bosnier gefoltter hatben

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