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The shame of Croatian Wikipedia: They describe Jasenovac as a relaxation resort and they call it "collection camp"

More than half of the article on Jasenovac now actually comes down to denying the criminal character of this death camp

Croatian Wikipedia has reached the new bottom of defending the Ustasa regime with the latest changes of the article on Jasenovac, writes the Zagreb portal Indeks.hr.

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According to the Croatian Wikipedia, a book of Igor Vukic "Workcamp Jasenovac" is listed as a relevant source, which classifies this death camp, that used to disgust even Nazis, as a spa retreat.

Ustasha death camp Jasenovac is described as a collection camp Jasenovac, and the first reference in the article is from Vukic's interview with "Glas Koncila".

Moreover, most of the references in the article are from extreme right-wing media, such as the portal Association of Zelja Markic, Narod.hr, Croatian Weekly, and Maxportal, states Indeks.

Printskrin: wikipedia.org

In all of the places where Jasenovac was described as a "death camp", now stands "collection camp", and besides Vukic - secretary of the Association which claims that Jasenovac was a communist camp - there are references of the revisionist historian Blanka Matkovic which is known for her extremist attitudes.

Slovenian researcher Roman Leljak, who is a convicted of a fraud and went to prison, is also quoted in the article on Wikipedia. Other serious historians think of him a charlatan. More than half of the article on Jasenovac now actually comes down to denying the criminal character of this death camp and indirect defense of Ustashas and the Independent State of Croatia, writes the Croatian portal.

For comparison, in English and German Wikipedia, Jasenovac is described, among other things, as a camp for the extermination of people, concludes Index.hr.

(Telegraf.co.uk / Index)

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