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Plaque commemorates Serbians who lost their lives as a result persecution between 1941 and 1947. The plaque also commemorates those who gave their lives for the Allied Cause in World War Two.
The World War II persecution of Serbs, also known as The Serbian Genocide, refers to the widespread persecution of Serbs that included extermination, expulsions and forced religious conversions of large numbers of ethnic Serbs by the Ustaše regime in the Independent State of Croatia, and killings of Serbs by Albanian collaborators and Axis occupying forces during World War Two.
Overall, it is estimated that some 40,000 to 60,000 Serbs were killed and another 200,000 driven out of Kosovo during World War Two.
|Address:||82 Kintore Avenue, Memorial Wall, Migration Museum, Adelaide, 5000|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -34.919781|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Approx. Event Start Date:||1941|
|Approx. Event End Date:||1947|
|Actual Monument Dedication Date:||Friday 26th November, 1993|
A MEMORIAL TO THE MILLIONS OF INNOCENT SERBS
WHO PERISHED IN CONCENTRATION CAMPS, EXECUTIONS
AT THE HANDS OF THE NAZIS, FASCISTS AND COMMUNISTS
BETWEEN 1941 - 1947.
ALSO TO THOSE WHO GAVE THEIR HUMBLE LIVES FOR
THE ALLIED CAUSE ON ALL FRONTS
DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR
The Serbian Orthodox Community
of South Australia, 26th November 1993.