Nebojša Malić: The Great Slaughter: A forgotten genocide of WWII

The genocidal slaughter of up to a million Serbs during World War II in the “Independent State of Croatia,” a Roman Catholic Nazi satellite carved out of German-occupied Yugoslavia, has gone largely unnoticed in Western historiography. The massacre’s close association with the Roman Catholic church and Vatican’s geopolitical machinations in the Balkans may have been … Read more

The West’s Long War Against Serbia; The Paradoxes of Yugoslav History

Serbian patriot and war hero Mihailovic takes center stage again. Introduction by “Serbia Unchained”: Political and military analyst The Saker recently stirred considerable controversy with a deep and personal reflection on the World War II role and historical significance of the leader of the Serbian and Yugoslav anri-Nazi resistance movement, General Draza Mihailovic. Besides Mihailovic there … Read more