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Suncica - Sunny, Way of the Cross of Croatian women and children in Serbian concentration camps 1991-1995
By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published  09/20/2011 | Bilingual , Croatian Heroes , Croatian Language , Human Rights , Education | Unrated
The crime of silence and suppression commited against Sunčica and her mother today


Cover page of bilingual Croatian-English book published in 2011 by the Croatian society of former detainees of Serbian concentration camps
(Hrvatsko društvo bivših zarobljenika srpskih koncentracijskih logora).
The book consists of 14 original testimonies of Croatian women on 172 pp, softcover.
The book can be ordered at the aforementioned society, hrvatskd@hdlskl.hr



Promotion of the book Sunčica - Sunny
15 September 2011
Novinarski dom (Newspapermen House), Zagreb

Ružica Erdelji [MP3]
testimony of a victim in a Serbian concentration camp

Snježana Maljak [MP3]
testimony of a victim in a Serbian concentration camp

Danijel Rehak [MP3]
introductory word of the president of Croatian society of former detainees of Serbian concentration camps

Marija Slišković [MP3]
author of the project of publishing the book



Ružica Erdelji in pain, former victim in a Serbian concentration camp,
and a victim of the contemporary silence and suppression.


Snježana Maljak, former victim in a Serbian concentration camp,
and a victim of the contemporary silence and suppression.

 
It is estimated that about 30,000 people went through the terror of Serbian concentration camps. As many as 3,000 (three thosand) of them were women, and 500 (five hundred) children. The oldest raped woman was a grandmother at the age of 80 (eighty), and the youngest one was a child at the age of only 6 years (six)!



Newspapermen House in Zagreb, 15 September 2011, during the promotion of the book.


Mrs. Ružica Erdelji reading her deeply moving text, Danijel Rehak, Marija Slišković, and Snježana Maljak.


Danijel Rehak, Marija Slišković, and Snježana Maljak reading her testimony of a victim in a Serbian concentration camp.


Among listeners prof.dr. Hrvoje Kačić in the middle, distinguished Croatian expert in maritime law.


The book has been translated into English by Nikolina Beljo and Julienne Eden Bušić. Authro of the project and editor of the book is Marija Slišković. Printed by PARVUS d.o.o. in 2011. The book is catalogued at the National and University Library in Zagreb, CIP 776155.
 


Sunčica and Marija Slišković immedately after the promotion of the book.


Sunčica (20 years), former detainee in a Serbian concentration camp in 1991
as a baby at the age of 8 months.

Formated for CROWN by prof.dr. Darko Žubrinić
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  • Comment #1 (Posted by ROBERT HARAMIJA)

    A beautiful yet tragic expose of the suppression of our women and children by our supposed Slavic brethren who chose to deny Love and Understanding of a human beings right to free speech and thought. God Bless them all. bob.
     
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