City Name Address Year unveiled Year renovated Image Description
Zasavica Memorial to the Victims shot in Zasavica Zasavica II 2001 The memorial in Zasavica was erected near the site where the Germans shot over a thousand people. The bodies were buried here after the war. The remains of Jewish victims were later exhumed and buried at the Jewish cemetery in Belgrade. The memorial site is dedicated to Jewish and Roma victims of October 1941 (12 and 13 October). The victims of mass shootings were mainly Jewish and Roma men from Ĺ abac, as well as Jewish refugees from the Kladovo Transport. The memorial occupies a triangular space, enclosed by a low fence, featuring five monuments. Some monuments were erected immediately after the war, while the central monument whose erection was initiated by the Association of Fighters of the National Liberation War in Sremska Mitrovica was unveiled on July 7, 1977. This monument has shape of a stylized flower. The inscription in Serbo-Croatian says: 'Not far from this place on the banks of the Sava River, the occupier shot in 1941 over 900 people, women and children. After the liberation of the country, the remains of about 800 victims of this fascist crime were buried in a common grave of them. Let this monument be a memorial to the victims and remind the generations of reckless crimes.' The inscription does not mention that the victims were of Jewish and Roma origin. The last monument erected of on this site is the one to the Jewish victims. It was unveiled in 2001 in the organization of the Federation of Jewish Communities of Yugoslavia and the Jewish Religious Community of Vienna. The monument is made of reddish and white marble and has a shape of traditional tomb. It features Magen David and the inscription in three languages: Serbian, Hebrew, and German. The inscription reads: 'On this site on 12 and 13 October 1941 was the shooting of 800 Austrian Jews whose remains were transferred to the Jewish Cemetery in Belgrade.' Commemorative ceremonies are organized by this memorial on the anniversary of the shooting of Jews and Roma at this site on October 12th. The site is maintained by the Municipality of Sremska Mitrovica.
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