Subject: Re: Serbian Fundamentalist
Date: 25 Aug 1995 15:12:11 -0400
SUBJECT: Re: Are Trotskys writings still dangerous?
Very much - to fascist Serbia. His reporting on
Serbia's terror and genocide in Kosovo and
Macedonia at the beginning of this century
are still unparalleled. See bellow:
Subject: Truth About Chetniks
"Catch and kill all the Muslims, women and children.
This is an order from our highest places, and we
must execute it..." Cetnik commander Jovan S.
Jelovac gave this instruction to his troops on
February 10, 1943.
It was like a party he recalls. "The crowd was going
from house to house, throwing grenades in, lighting
fires and laughing."
Official from UN High Commisioner for refugees on
slaughter of 500 civilians by Serbs in Bosanska
Gradiska. Newsweek (8-24-92)
"It is just like killing rabbits. I feel nothing" (on snipering
Serb soldier at gun post outside of Sarajevo. Tony
Horwitz:Balkan Death Trap Harpers March/93.
"Jewry is the worst evil of the present time. It is
the most insincere and the most dangerous enemy
of all Christian people. For this reason, Jewry has to
be quickly and energetically liquidated, because otherwise
the destruction of the Christian civilization...is inevitable."
Milorad Mojic: Srpski Narod u Kandzama Jevreja"
(Serbian People in the Claws of the Jews) Beograd:
1941 p.40 Secretary General of Zbor, Serbian Political Party.
The Serbian extremists have been more insistent
and extreme in fulfilling their goals than others.
They have more often broken their word, they have
more often shelled civilian targets despite
announcements of cease-fires, they have used
heavy weaponry more massively and effectively,
they have been more tenacious in conquering
Paul Mojzes "Intervening in Bosnia" Christian Century, April 14,
"The Serbian country must be cleaned of all
Catholics and Moslems, and this must be radical.
We shall kill all without mercy and to the very
last man, woman or child"
Milan Santic, Trebinje (July, 1942)
"Only the Serbian language, he maintains solemnly,
can be understood in outerspace.: Serbian Artist in
Belgrade known as Milic of Macva
Macleans June 7, 1993. Andrew Phillips pg. 37
"At six in the evening the whole town is as though
dead. The Turkish and Jewish houses, which make
up half the town, are completely empty. All the shops
and houses in that quarter have been pillaged and even
destroyed. Robberies and ***s are taking place
all the time. Before my eyes, on November 2 at
midday, about 20 or 25 cetniks set upon an old Jew of
60 or 70 and broke his head open. I intervened and
started to call the police. 'Grab him, he's a Yid too.'
They chased me and I had to run for it. It's a terrible
situation! Sometimes when you see how these
peaceful Albanian peasants have been slaughtered
without cause, their possessions taken, their wives
and children left to starve, your heart really breaks
witht he sorrow of it.. Between Radoviste and stip nearly
2000 Turkish refugees, mostly women and children
have died from starvation.
Leon Trotsky "The Balkan Wars 1912-13" New York:
Monad Press, 1980 pp. 275-276
Subject: The collaboration of D.Mihailovic's chetniks
with enemy forces (1941-1944)
Professor Dr. Jovan MARJANOVIC
Faculty of Humanities
1. VII 1976
THE COLLABORATION OF D. MIHAILOVIC'S
CHETNIKS WITH THE ENEMY FORCES OF
" TAJNA I JAVNA SARADNJA CETNIKA I OKUPATORA "
Published by: Arhivski pregled, Beograd.
Printed by: Servis Saveza udruzenja pravnika Jugoslavije,
Beograd, Proleterskih brigada 74
Selected and annotated by
Professor Dr. Jovan MARJANOVIC
With the collaboration of
Mihailo STANISIC M. A.
After spending several years studying and doing research on
archive materials pertaining to the Chetnik movement of Draza
Mihailovic I deemed it expedient to place a part of these
documents at the disposal of the public particularly scholars and
persons similarly engaged in the study of history and related
subjects. Publication was indispensable for several reasons:
For a long time the royalist Chetnik movement of Colonel, later
General Draza Mihailovic remained the greatest mystification
within the anti-Hitlerite coalition. The Chetniks of D.
Mihailovic were represented as fighters against the occupiers,
while in actual fact they were allies of the Nazi-fascists in
Yugoslavia....abundant archive materials of foreign provenience,
primarily German, British, American and Italian, hitherto unknown
to the public, have become assessable during the past three
decades. These documents have made it possible to remove the
veil of mystification that enshrouded the genuine role of D.
Mihailovic's Chetniks for so long. A large number of western
historians and publicists are still writing very maliciously and
untruthfully about the chetniks of D. Mihailovic, concealing the
very existence of the relevant archive materials which are
available precisely and exclusively in western archives. At the
same time certain emigrant chetnik leaders, such as Z. Topalovic,
D. Jevdjevic, M. Zujovic, M Djuric, Zv. Vuckovic and others have
published memoirs and other works in the allied countries and in
which they seek to conceal or justify chetnik collaboration with
the enemy invaders.
This thematic collection of documents is a result of
research done in Belgrade, Washington, London , Bonn, Koblenz,
and Freiburg (am Breisgau). The superabundance of materials on
chetnik collaboration with the enemy actually constituted the
greatest difficulty, in view of the fact that the publication of
these materials alone would require several thick volumes. I
therefore strove to select a very limited number of
characteristic documents for this collection. Owing to
considerations of space it was necessary to publish some
documents in abridged form (i.e. as excerpts). Once of the main
criteria was to select hitherto unpublished documents in this
collection are appearing for the first time in print. Only a few
exceptions have been made in the interest of overall thematic and
The collection covers documents from the war years
1941-1944. The documents from 1945 have not been included here,
because by that time the chetnik units of D. Mihailovic had
become wholly incorporated in the German front in Yugoslavia. At
that juncture the chetniks were equipped and armed completely by
the Germans and were fighting under German command.
The editor of this collection took care to include documents
which refer to all regions in which D. Mihailovic's chetniks
have been active. This indicates clearly enough that chetnik
collaboration was not limited to certain areas only, or was due
to "arbitrary and undisciplined" action by individual chetniks
commanders. It was a well pondered deliberate policy of the
supreme chetnik leadership including Draza Mihailovic himself.
This policy of collaboration with the enemy was wholeheartedly
endorsed and pursued by the other chetnik leaders in Serbia,
Montenegro, Bosnia, Herzegovina, Dalmatia, Lika, Slovenia, and
the Kosovo (as is known, the chetnik movement was virtually
non-existent in the larger part of Croatia, in Macedonia and
The documents in this collection indicate clearly and
unequivocally that the chetniks collaborated with the occupiers,
both in the military and the political sphere, as well as in the
domain of economic activity, intelligence and propaganda.
Evidence of chetnik collaboration in this collection is provided
by German, Italian, British, American and chetnik