Camp Dretelj a place of untold crime

The former fuel store of the Yugoslav People’s Army in the village of Dretelj near Capljina in the spring of 1992 was turned into a camp. For three years, in this warehouse, in rough and inhuman conditions, about three thousand people were held. For the suffering they survived, to date three people have been sentenced to 18 years in prison.

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Language: Croatian

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