Tripartite cooperation in pursuing and killing Jews
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Hungarians, Croats, and Germans were collectively responsible for the expelling from their homes of entire Jewish families, residents of the townships of Temerin, Čurug and the surrounding villages of the Bačka district in Yugoslavia, marching them under heavy guard to the left bank of the Danube river, sending them over by ferry boats to the right bank, where they were received by another armed unit which force-marched them to the city of Šabac handing them over to the soldiers of the Wehrmacht. The latter put them in the (Šabac) camp from where they were eventually marched to the nearby village of Zasavica, where spot they were shot in the head and buried in a mass grave.
Keywords:Holocaust - Šabac
Source:Kladovo transport: zbornik radova sa okruglog stola, 2006, 532-538
- Belgrade : The Jewish Historical Musem of Federation of Jewish Communities in Yugoslavia