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“It is not the same who lends you a hand in the war. The human wants to save you, but the persecutor wants to put the rope around your neck!” - Tomislav Kovač


This page contains biographies of criminals who committed the monstrous crimes against Serbs, covering mostly the period of the 20th and 21st century. Their names have to be memorized to show distinction between humans and beasts. These “humans” disguised as beasts are known for their bestial treatment of their victims, inflicting terrible suffering on them. They also shared a tendency to conceal and destroy the evidence of their crimes, and return to the crime scene with the aim to repeat the crime.

Every nation is proud of their armies and heroes, but also should wonder about the honor of each of its soldiers. The history of Serbs shows that they can be proud of their heroes. This page calls into question the honor of those who have blood of the Serbs on their hands, killing them in the most monstruos ways humanity has ever seen, with the aim to seek justice, disclose truth and keep memory of the crimes.

The wars of the 20th century- the First Balkan War (1912), the Second Balkan War (1913), the First World War (1914-1918), the Second World War (1941-1945), and the Fatherland Wars (1991-2000) have produced a number of monstrous criminals. You can find their names with detailed biographies in the table below.

The table contains biographies of the criminals which we have in our archive. If you find someone missing, feel free to contact us, because disclosing the truth about crimes, perpetrators, victims and camps will never be finished.

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The criminals can be arranged by:
    


PERIOD REGION CRIMINAL VIEWS VOTES
Second World WarSerbia Albanian war criminal Aćif Hadziahmetović (1887-1945) 1390
Yugoslav WarsBosnia and Herzegovina Croatian Criminal in Bosnia and Herzegovina Jadranko Prlić 1120
Yugoslav WarsBosnia and Herzegovina Croatian crminal in Herzegovina Mladen Naletilić (1946-2021) 1210
Yugoslav WarsKosovo and Metohia The Albanian criminal Adem Jashari (1955-1998) 248735
Yugoslav WarsKosovo and Metohia The Albanian criminal Agim Ramadani (1963-1999) 318812
Second World WarKosovo and Metohia The Albanian criminal Shaban Kastrati "Poluza" (1871-1945) 2200
Yugoslav WarsBosnia and Herzegovina The Bosnian Croat criminal Azra Alešević Bašić 8281
Yugoslav WarsBosnia and Herzegovina The Bosnian Muslim leader and criminal Alija Izetbegović 179913
Second World WarISC The Croatian archbishop and criminal- Aloysius Stepinac 13543
Second World WarISC The Croatian criminal and fascistic leader Ante Pavelić 5385
Yugoslav WarsCroatia The Croatian criminal and general Janko Bobetko (1919-2003) 2250
Yugoslav WarsCroatia The Croatian Criminal Ante Gotovina 11360
Yugoslav WarsEstern Slavonia The Croatian criminal Blago Zadro - Vukovar 1991 9743
Yugoslav WarsCroatia The Croatian criminal Ivan Vekić 3310
Second World WarYugoslavia The German criminal Adolf Hitler, Nazi leader (1889-1945) 112510
Yugoslav WarsYugoslavia The German criminal Helmut Kohl (1930-2017) 3260
Second World WarYugoslavia The German Nazi criminal- Walther von Brauchitsch 81319
Yugoslav WarsBosnia The Muslim criminal Ahmet Sejdić - Bosnia 1992 5645
Yugoslav WarsBosnia and Herzegovina The Muslim criminal Ejup Ganić - Bosnia 1992 3510
Yugoslav WarsBosnia and Herzegovina The Muslim criminal Haris Silajdžić- Bosnia 1992 4020
Yugoslav WarsBosnia and Herzegovina The Muslim war criminal Naser Orić - Bosnia 1992 4250
Yugoslav WarsSlovenia The Slovenian criminal Janez Janša - (1958.) 4380




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