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A concentration camp or Internment camp is the type of camp created for detention of political opponents, members of specific ethnic or religious groups, civilians from war-affected areas or any other group of people. Concentration camps are usually being established during the war and prisoners are being detained without trial.

During the three wars, from 1914-1918, 1941-1945 and 1990-2000, Serbian people experienced true suffering when the brutality of their oppressors reached a peak in the physical and psychological torment of hundreds of thousands of innocent victims which were tortured, raped and killed just because of having different religious or national background.

Establishment of the camps for Serbs was not coincidental and it wasn’t conducted by a small group of soldiers at their own discretion. Quite the opposite, creation of these camps was systematically planned. Such plans and their implementation were directed by the highest representatives of military and administrative authorities which governed the territories on which these camps were established.

During the Second World War, in the territory of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia more than 70 concentration camps were established with 40 of them being located in the territory of the Independent State of Croatia (the widely known is Jasenovac and the complex of camps Jadovno).

Fifty years later, when the Communist Yugoslavia was dismantled and the war began, authorities of the ex-republics of Yugoslavia were involved in establishment of camps since their discrete members had received such tasks. On the territory of Slovenia, Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina during 1991-1997 there were at least 778 camps and private prisons (according to the record of Sava Vidanovic). On the territory of Kosovo and Metohia more than 100 camps and prisons were established by Albanian terrorists in the period of 1997-2000.

The camps can be arranged by:

First World War Romania Austro-Hungarian camp in Arad 10900
First World War Austro-Hungary Austro-Hungarian camp in Boldogasszony 110425
First World War Ceska Austro-Hungarian camp in Braunau 68720
First World War Ceska Austro-Hungarian camp in Jindrihovice 5285
First World War Austro-Hungary Austro-Hungarian camp in Mauthausen 131313
Yugoslav Wars Dalmatia Croatian camp Lora in Split 142914
First World War Germany German camp Kuhberg in Ulm 5740
Second World War Sumadia Nazi camp Banjica in Belgrade 6740
Second World War Serbia Nazi camp Barracks on Sava in Sabac 5365
21st century Albania The Albanian camp "Yellow House" in Burrel 1999 231723
Yugoslav Wars Albania The Albanian Camp Kukeš in 1999 5940
Yugoslav Wars Kosovo and Metohia The Albanian Camp Lapušnik in Kosovo 1998 8361
Yugoslav Wars Kosovo and Metohia The Albanian camp Likovac in Kosovo 1998-1999 7865
First World War Bosnia The Austro-Hungarian camp in Doboj 1915 5830
First World War Austro-Hungary The Austro-Hungarian camp in Sopronnyék 1915 4280
First World War Austro-Hungary The Austro-Hungarian camp in Veľký Meder 1914 4765
SFR Yugoslavia Bosnia and Herzegovina The Bosnian Muslims camp "Viktor Bubanj" in Sarajevo 1992 8630
Second World War Lika The Croatian (Ustasha) camp Complex- Gospić-Jadovno-Pag 1941 7080
Second World War Bosnia The Croatian (Ustasha) camp Krušćica in Bosnia 1941 5725
SFR Yugoslavia West Slavonia The Croatian camp Pakračka Poljana in Slavonia 1991 6997
Second World War Hungary The Hungarian camp in Barcs 1941 4835
Second World War Hungary The Hungarian camp Sárvár - WW2 4715
Second World War West Slavonia The Jasenovac camp 215053
Second World War Norway The Nazi camp Beisfjord in Norland 1942 87115
Second World War Germany The Nazi concentration camp Dachau in Munich in WW2 5990

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