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Bosnia is part of Croatia (NDH) in WW2.
Bosnians is recruited for killing jews on Balkan.
Bosnia never were nor it will ever be a part of Croatia.
In WW2 yes,
In WW2 no. Croatia and Bosnia were republics in former Yugoslavia against the germans. That is how and why Jugoslavia and Partisans were created to fight the Nazis.
Ako ja nikad nisam otvorio knjigu,ti nikad nisi otvorio oci.Hrvati su se borili zajedno sa nemcima.Onda otkud NDH i ustase ??
Slusaj,dosta mi je svadje,niti ja imam nesto protiv tebe,niti ti imas nesto protiv mene,obadvojica imamo malu,jadnu i cemernu drzavu koja ide u nazad i gre su samo politicarima puni dzepovi.Onda cemu ova rasprava,da li da bismo samo dokazali da je nasa drzava bolja(veruj mi u istom smo sosu po pitanju drzava) ili da li smo mi bolji(u zivotu ne postoje bolji i gori ljudi po pitanju nacionalizma)
Nemam ja nista protiv tebe ali ja mirzim kad srbi (ko ti) kazu da bosanci/bosnjaci su srbi. Otkud vam to?? Hamal ste poludili...
And whats is NDH ?
I couldn't just watch this conversation, so I had to interfere. A story where the Croatian ancestors were Goths, I think that it isn't true. It was a part of German propaganda, because the Croatian soldiers were serving the Nazi Army (famous 369th Croatian Reinforced Infantry Regiment who fought in Stalingrad). The Nazi believed that Slavs are inferior race. Croats are Slavs, so they justified it with correcting the history and made the Goths their real ancestors. So, that was just a propaganda.
NDH is an abbreviation to Nezavisna Drzava Hrvatska, or Independent Croatian State, a German puppet state. It consisted of todays Croatian, Bosnian and parts of Slovenian, Serbian and Montenegrin territory. Although there were small partisan groups in Croatia, most of them were in Nazi movement. Bosnians had also an SS group, as well as Albanians and Croatians. In Serbia and Slovenia, there were Volunteer Corpses, while the Montenegro was under Italian protectorate.
During WW2 partisan movement from Republic of Užice (a small, partisan territory in Serbia) had to move, under German attack, to Bosnia, where they organized the movement and got the support from local Bosnian population- that's how the movement grew up. By the end of war, all Balkan nations were in partisan communist movement, and later, part of Yugoslav Army (yes, there were remnants of Ustashe, Chetniks, Ljotic's soldiers...).
Ok,it was written in book and i only want if is it true.
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