Jasenovac, which is about a hundred kilometres southeast of Zagreb, was the biggest concentration camp in Croatia. It was built in 1941 and guarded by members of the Croatian Fascist Ustašea movement. So far, 83,145 victims have been identifi ed by name. The biggest single group was almost 50,000 Serbs, followed by more than 16,000 Roma.

1941 - 1945