Place of Birth:
Cause of Death:
By the Ustasha (OD USTAŠA)
Year of Death:
In camp (U LOGORU)
SZSJ64*LAJDORFFER; MŠ-ŽID*VLADIMIR-ALADAR,PEĆUH=94; ŽOZ=3994; GOLD-Ž=329,339; MIL-2*LEINDORFER=780; DOTRŠ*PEČUH,UBIJEN 20.11.1944.=ZM103/8-Z-2898; NNOV*HRVAT,ROĐ.U PEČUHU,UBIJEN 10.9.1941=100/1946
The asterisk * indicates there are conflicting reports from different sources.
Jasenovac Memorial Site
Between August 1941 and April 22, 1945, Jasenovac Concentration Camp, comprising Bročice, Krapje, Jasenovac and Stara Gradiška Camps, several camp farms in the surrounding forcibly evicted villages, and many execution sites on both banks of the River Sava, a system called “Assembly and Labor Camps” by the Ustashas, was a place of death for men, women and children, killed because of their religious, national or ideological affiliation.
This list was compiled by the Jasenovac Memorial Site to pay respect to the inmates of Jasenovac and in a desire to preserve their memory as a warning to future generations.
The name data came from hundreds of sources, including books, documents, photographs, statements given by relatives and friends of the Jasenovac victims, field research and photographs of monuments to the victims of Fascist terrorism. Critical comparisons of data were made for each individual.
The list contains biographical details of the victims, including name and surname, father’s name, place, district and date of birth, ethnic affiliation; how the person dead, including cause of death, person responsible, year and place of death, camp or execution site where the victim was killed; and information about the sources which were used in each individual case, as well as conflicting details from different sources for each victim.