Camp ID Location Owner Description Backa Palanka Hungarian ? Bakar ? ? 'Banjica'
Belgrade German Started as center for holding hostages, it was only camp without survivors. Number of victims is from 23,637 identified to estimates of 30,000, 69,400 and 80,000. Crveni krst
Niš German Large camp locate in Nish suburbs next to one of the largest railway marshaling yard. Two numbers of victims is mentioned 1910 and 2000. 'Danica' Koprivnica Ustashe First camp formed by Ustashe. First transports from April 29th, mostly Serbs, Jews and substantial number of Croats. Some 3000 (or 5000) people went through the camp, around 2500 where constantly in the camp. In June and July Serbs and Jews where sent to Jadovno, Croats where sent to Stara Gradiška and Jasenovac. Special order of Eugen Kvaternika, 8. VII. 1941 it was order that no more prisoners where sent to 'Danica'. Camp was closed in autumn 1941. Đakovo Đakovo Ustashe Opened in December 1941, for Jewish women's and children, around 3000 where in the camp. Large number was executed. Closed in June 1942 with rest of inmates taken to Jasenovac. 'Jadovno' Gospić Ustashe Opened in June, first camp where mass executions of Serbs and Jews have been done. Dead bodies where thrown into deep ravines near by. Large number of communists have also been executed in 'Jadovno'. Allegedly number of murdered is around 35,000. Camp was closed in August 1941. Jarak Sremska Mitrovica German? Jastrebarsko Jastrebarsko Ustashe Children camp - for children from Kozara and from Croatia. 1018 children died in the camp. On August 26th 1942, partisans freed 700 children. Kampor Rab island Italian Formed in early 1942, closed with capitulation of Italy in September 1943. Interned larger number of Jews, Croats and Slovenians. Through camp some 13,000 prisoners has passed. According to official Italian records 1267 persons has died, 1079 marked graves. According to Commission for determining crimes for Croatian littoral, number of killed is 4641. ? Kraljevica ? ? Kerestinac near Zagreb Ustashe First prisoners where brought May 22th. Escape attempt was done on the night July 13/14 but failed. 77 communist have lost there lives and only 14 managed to escape. Camp was closed after that. 'Kruščica' Travnik During summer 1941. Camp was (mostly) for women's and children's mostly Jewish. Lepoglava Lepoglava Ustashe ex-Yugoslav Kingdom prison. It was determined that around 1000 people died in it. 'Loborgrad' Zlatar Bistrice Ustashe From September 1941 to autumn 1942. Together with Serbian women's there was 1300 Jewish women's, sent from 'Krušičica', together with children. After the closing of the camp, they where sent to Oswiecim. Loznica 1,000 Molat island Italian Dulag 183 Šabac ? 7,320 murdered. On February 15th 1946 determinate that 5475 Podrinjaca was murdered not counting Jews. Pag Pag island Ustashe Existed during summer months 1941. Prisoners where brought form Gospić transit camp. Mass executions where also carried in this camp. During closing of camp in August, around 3000 Serbs where sent to 'Jadovno', around 450 Jews where sent to Kruščicu (woman's), Jadovno and Jasenovac (man's). Paracin Serbia ? ? ? Petrovaradin ? ? 'Tenja' Osijek Ustashe Formed in June 1942. Used to gather all arrested Jews who where left in Osijek and Slavonija region, some 3000 persons. Group of 1000 was sent to Oswiecim on August 15th, second group August 18th to Jasenovac and last on August 22nd 1942 to Oswiecim over Lobograd. 'Sajmište'
Zemun on the Danube, in front of Belgrade German 40,000 Sisak Sisak Ustashe Formed at the beginning of August 1942, part of Serbian population from Kozara was brought there after the offensive. Mostly old men's, women's and children. Older prisoners where sent to Stara Gradiška and Jasenovac. Svilara Pancevo German ? Zlarin ? ? Jasenovac I Krapje Ustashe Main and biggest camp in NDH, started forming in summer 1941. It expands quickly Camp No.1, Camp No.2, in November Camp No.3 and Camp No.4 For these to camps in numerous publicans has been published that in them number of killed is from below 100,000 to above one million victims. Jasenovac II Bročica Ustashe Jasenovac III Ciglana Ustashe Jasenovac IV Kozara Ustashe Jasenovac V Stara Gradiška Ustashe Former prison has turned to camp in 1941 connected to Jasenovac, in documentation it is mention as Camp. No.5
Camps outside Yugoslavia
Camp ID Location Owner Description Budapest Hungary Gonars Palmanova, Udine Italy Formed on 23 February 1942 under military control, barracks and tents for around 5000 people, first 5343 internees (1643 of whom were children) Slovens and Croats arrived two days later, until Italian capitulation 453 persons died with further 50 deaths suspected. Gravina Italy Pecine near Elbasana, Albania Italian Porto Romano near Drac, Albania Italian Salonica, Greece German Sarvar Hungary Ustica Palermo Italy Island north of Sicily, under civilian control, formed in late January 1942 for around 1000 persons Montenegrin, Slovenes, Croats and Serbs Visco Palmanova Italy Formed in January 1943, under military control, large tents and barracks for 4500 persons, Slovens, Croats and Montenegrins
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