As today we mark the 75th anniversary of the Break-out by the prisoners of Jasenovac, and the end of the Holocaust in Yugoslavia, it is time to stop and to reflect for a moment on how important it is for us to continue our work, and to keep the memory of the victims of the Holocaust alive and in the minds of our fellow Jews, Serbs, Romas, Americans, and peoples around the world.
Legendary Nazi Hunter Efraim Zuroff speaks about his life’s work: catching the perpetrators, combating Holocaust denial and distortion with a focus on Croatia today
The Holocaust Memorial Committee & the Jasenovac Research Institute Cordially Invite you to a lecture by Dr. Efraim Zuroff,
Chief Nazi Hunter of the Simon Weisenthal Center, Director of the Weisenthal Center’s Israle Office & Eastern European Affairs
These camps were the precursor to the much larger Jasenovac camp complex, to which the surviving prisoners of this complex were sent in August 1941 as part of the Ustashe regime overall plan to exterminate all Jews, Serbs, Romas and political opponents within their territory. This permanent monument to the victims of Jadovno is the only one in the world outside of the former Yugoslavia.