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'Ethnic cleansing' victims commemorated in Rome, Rewriting History Blame Yugoslavia .

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posted on Jun, 9 2013 @ 10:50 PM
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'Ethnic cleansing' victims commemorated in Rome, Rewriting History, Blame Yugoslavia
'Ethnic cleansing' victims commemorated in Rome

Since World War II is now a thing of the past it seems that the Euro Italians are seeing themselves as the true victims of the World War II while blaming Yugoslavia for its own WW2 tragedies. By Rewriting History Even thus as they are doing so they are making it that even the mainstream news outlets believes them.

A museum commemorating thousands of Italians killed by Yugoslav communists towards the end of the Second World War has opened in Rome.



In one of the worst, yet little-known, tragedies to affect Italy, an estimated 300,000 men, women and children living in Trieste, Gorizia and the Istrian peninsula were forced from their homes between 1943 and 1945.

Up to 15,000 were then believed to have been tortured, shot or pushed to their deaths in gorges, called Foibe, in north-western Yugoslavia as part of Marshal Josef Tito’s attempt to cleanse the country of Italians.


Including in this article it gives the reader a small hint that it the thousands of Italians killed whom were killed were actually killed by Benito Mussolini.

This is Rewriting History at the very best Italy is rewriting History just like how the Croatians are by making sure there children are taught that were no death camps in Croatia. And accepting the reality that Yugoslavia was responsible.

Was this a surprise to some of you here?




posted on Jun, 10 2013 @ 04:23 PM
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What is this no replies? I made two threads with no mistakes and still i have no one giving any opinions or even thoughts on the topics?
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posted on Jun, 10 2013 @ 04:54 PM
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I just can't with you, we never ever agree on anything, how is that even possible.

You start by saying Italians are making themselves victims but the article states how many Italians, where they lived etc. etc. so no, not all Italians have suddenly changed their minds about ww2.

Remains have been found in an area which was under partisan control so they killed 'the enemy' it wasn't Mussolini. Why is this fact so hard for you to accept is beyond me, people get killed in wars, innocent ones. Life goes on and hopefully they are remembered no matter who they were. Nobody is rewriting history.

Lastly, there are memorial sites in Croatia for people killed in the death camps, they are also mentioned in history classes in middle school there, so your information is once again, incorrect.
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posted on Jun, 10 2013 @ 05:06 PM
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If you have been to italy this wouldn't surprise you at all.

As far as World War 2 goes they have museums full of lies and missing history.



posted on Jun, 10 2013 @ 07:07 PM
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Originally posted by Exitt
I just can't with you, we never ever agree on anything, how is that even possible.

You start by saying Italians are making themselves victims but the article states how many Italians, where they lived etc. etc. so no, not all Italians have suddenly changed their minds about ww2.

Remains have been found in an area which was under partisan control so they killed 'the enemy' it wasn't Mussolini. Why is this fact so hard for you to accept is beyond me, people get killed in wars, innocent ones. Life goes on and hopefully they are remembered no matter who they were. Nobody is rewriting history.

Lastly, there are memorial sites in Croatia for people killed in the death camps, they are also mentioned in history classes in middle school there, so your information is once again, incorrect.
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Lastly, there are memorial sites in Croatia for people killed in the death camps, they are also mentioned in history classes in middle school there, so your information is once again, incorrect.


Lastly, there are memorial sites in Croatia for people killed in the death camps? your quite wrong there is only one memorial site Croatia for people killed in the death camp and its death camps it was an death camp.

The memorial is the Jasenovac Death Camp memorial which has pictures and historical files of the victims Serbs, Jews. There arent any major memorial sites in Croatia for people killed in the death camps as you claim of course this your line of defense for them.



they are also mentioned in history classes in middle school there, so your information is once again, incorrect.


And your information is based on what again? WW2 lessons on Jasenovac are being ignored by the Croatian state schools it has being reported before.

The Eu has also even criticized.




Remains have been found in an area which was under partisan control so they killed 'the enemy' it wasn't Mussolini. Why is this fact so hard for you to accept is beyond me, people get killed in wars, innocent ones. Life goes on and hopefully they are remembered no matter who they were. Nobody is rewriting history.


No one in Yugoslavia wanted the Italians to come of course it wasn't Mussolini. In fact Mussolini was such a great leader wasn't he?



posted on Jun, 10 2013 @ 07:08 PM
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Originally posted by latic
If you have been to italy this wouldn't surprise you at all.

As far as World War 2 goes they have museums full of lies and missing history.


Yes your right expect it depends on which areas of Italy, Italians still hate Mussolini and the Nazis so there hatred hasn't left.

But again depends on where in Italy.



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