Croatia’s Jewish community has boycotted government-sponsored Holocaust commemoration events since 2016 over what they see as whitewashing history.
In an unusual plea, the World Jewish Congress urged international bodies to oppose what it calls “brazen attempts” to whitewash Holocaust cri
Croatia rejected on Monday the allegations made in a lawsuit filed in the United States that demands compensation to people held in concentration camps on Croatian territory during World War Two.
(JTA) — A leader of the Simon Wiesenthal Center accused Israel of “abdicating its duty” to Holocaust survivors following Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s failure to mention the genocide in a statement about Croatia. The allegation Tuesday by Efraim Zuroff, a well-known Holocaust researcher, hunter of Nazis and head of the Center’s Eastern Europe operations, came…
Croatian Jews held a Holocaust commemoration a week before the scheduled government event that the community said it would boycott.
European soccer body UEFA has upheld its decision to deduct a point from Croatia’s Euro 2016 qualifying tally for a racist incident in June.
Croatia will give land and an office building in Zagreb collectively valued at about $4 million to the city’s Jewish community as restitution for property expropriated during World War II.
In ‘Trieste,’ a darkly hypnotic World War II novel about an abducted son, Dasa Drndic combines historical fragments with excerpts of memoirs, poetry and photographs.
Vandals seriously damaged several graves in a more than 400-year-old Jewish cemetery in Split, Croatia.
Croatian authorities are investigating a 90-year-old man suspected of committing war crimes as an SS soldier and guard at the Auschwitz death camp.