A plaque commemorating 165 Jewish youths killed in Croatia during World War II was unveiled at the offices of the Jewish community in the capital of Zagreb. The youths, high school and college students, were taken prisoner in May 1941, one month after the creation of Croatia’s Nazi puppet regime. They were later transported to a death camp.
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