The apparent inability of many Serbs to learn from their history caused it to repeat itself in August of 1995. The political background of the expulsion of a quarter of a million Krajina Serbs by the Croats, with generous tactical and logistical assistance of “retired” US military personnel who were lent for the purpose, will remain controversial for some time, or at least until all the files are unsealed. But the human consequences are plain to see in this video. Of equal importance, the forced relocation by the Croats of a major segment of the Serbian nation from their ancestral homeland demonstrates that the unpunished genocide in Croatia during World War II was merely interrupted for several decades. It continued and was practically completed at the close of the twentieth century.