A day of remembrance was held in Knin today for those who suffered the horrors of enemy concentration camps during the Homeland War.
The day was held under the organization of the Croatian Association of Survivors of Serbian Concentration Camps with the topic being "Operation Storm - An Unforgiven Victory."
Wreaths were laid and candles lit at the commemorative plaque at the old hospital, at the commemorative plaque for fallen soldiers and civilian victims of the Homeland War and in front of the broken commemorative plaque in Tepljuh, erected in memory of those that lost their lives and those that were held in camps in Knin.
“None of us had under seven, eight or ten fractures and five or six operations. I'm at around thirteen, thirteen fractures, thirteen operations. All of that is related to this. Some went into pension earlier, some of us haven't. I still haven't so, I live on,” said the president of the Association of survivors of Serbian Concentration Camps from Zadar Radoslav Bobanović.
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