Rage of the Serbs
By Marjorie Radulovic
OUT OF PRINT
The horror of ethnic cleansing that plagued the former Yugoslavia in the 1990s was merely a repetition of similar deeds committed there during World War II. While the Serbian people were divided among themselves, Yugoslavia was further divided by the long-running feud between them and the Croats. As the Nazis overran the Balkans, their Croat allies became willing participants in the slaughter of Jews, gypsies and Serbs. This book tells the account of this little-known facet of World War II. The author is a writer for a Canadian-based Serbian newspaper read worldwide.
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