Anti-fascist sections in Bosnia and Herzegovina have accused the authorities of not taking any measures to protect and preserve the Partisan Memorial Cemetery in Mostar, leaving it as a target for repeated attacks by neo-Nazi groups
As official EU marks Europe Day, anti-fascist networks in Croatia remember the liberation of Zagreb from Nazi-allied Ustaša rule
In February 1945, the Yugoslav partisans liberated the city of Mostar from the Nazis and their collaborators. The commemoration this year was marked by a renewed determination to fight neo-fascism
The notorious Ustasa troops were responsible for the massacre of Jews, Serbs, Romas and anti-fascist Bosniaks and Croats during the second world war
In 1945, Joseph Broz Tito led the Yugoslav Partisans, the military wing of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia, and liberated the former Yugoslavian city from Nazi rule.
With the noose around her neck, she cried out: “Long live the Communist Party, and partisans! Fight, people, for your freedom! Do not surrender to the evildoers! I will be killed, but there are those who will avenge me!”