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"Depoi špijuna i terorista". Saveznički logori za "raseljene osobe" u Italiji, Austriji i Njemačkoj
"Depots of Spies and Terrorists". Allied Camps for "Displaced Persons" in Italy, Austria and Germany

Author(s): Marica Karakas Obradov
Subject(s): Criminal Law, Civil Society, Political history, International relations/trade, WW II and following years (1940 - 1949)
Published by: Institut za noviju istoriju Srbije
Keywords: refugee camps; displaced person; Western Allies; allied occupation zones; Yugoslavia; extradition; Ustashas;
Summary/Abstract: Immediately after the end of World War II, Western Allies organized refugee camps in their occupation zones in Austria, Italy and Germany which existed until early 1950s. Foreign citizens, such as forced laborers and prisoners of concentration camps, who had been found mostly in Germany and Austria after the collapse of the German Reich, were placed in those camps, as well as military and civilian post-hostilities refugees fleeing from the Red Army and partisan-communist forces from Eastern, Central and Southeastern Europe. A great number of persons were extradited to their countries of origin on charges of war crimes. Among them were many Croats, primarily members of the Croatian armed forces and the Ustasha movement. The remaining refugees are displaced around the world especially in countries of South and North America and in Australia.

  • Page Range: 309-337
  • Page Count: 29
  • Publication Year: 2016
  • Language: Croatian