fascists of Croatia were as cruel to their enemies as German
Nazis were to theirs. Jasenovac, the largest concentration
camp complex in Croatia, opened in August 1941. Located one
hundred kilometers south of Zagreb, it included a number of
subcamps. Of 600,000 victims murdered at Jasenovac, more
than 20,000 were Jews. After August 1942, the remaining
Croatian Jews were shipped to Auschwitz, while killing of
Serbs, Sinti and Roma, and Croatian anti-fascists continued
here. In April 1945, as Partisan forces approached the camp,
the Ustashe killed the remaining prisoners and blew up all
the structures in an attempt to destroy evidence of their
origin of this May 23, 1944, formular prisoner's post card,
was the subcamp of Jasenovac where women were imprisoned.
Camp administration censorship.