Croatians Remember Sir Robert Menzies And Bleiburg Massacre

Excellent Article.

Thank you.

Croatia, the War, and the Future

Sir Robert Gordon (Bob) Menzies of Australia Sir Robert Gordon (Bob) Menzies of Australia

According to British documents, located in the British Public Records Office at Kew Gardens in London, over 500,000 Croatian civilians and 200,000 soldiers were handed over to Tito’s Yugoslav Partisan Army in May of 1945. Based on eyewitness testimony and independent documentation, we can only estimate that the vast majority were slaughtered. The Bleiburg Tragedy is, perhaps, the best kept secret of man’s inhumanity to man. Certainly, it serves as an example of man’s ability to ignore the suffering of the powerless and those who lack nation-state status. Let us pray that Croats always cherish their independence and always fight those that attempt to subjugate them,” Michael Palaich.

May 15th 2014 marks 69 years since the days after WWII ended hundreds of thousands of innocent Croats (disarmed soldiers, civilians including women and children, fleeing communist Yugoslavia into promised freedom in the…

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3 Responses to Croatians Remember Sir Robert Menzies And Bleiburg Massacre

  1. inavukic says:

    Thank you so much for the reblog, Richard – much appreciated

    • It is important to see this larger, much larger picture, so that we may stand together, and not fall individually – the Past, is necessary to remember, but so also, the way to the Future.

      We have friends in Croatia, and All of Europe here.

      Keep up the good work.

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