The U.S. Holocaust Museum is returning documentation from Croatia’s most notorious World War II concentration camp. The documentation, which includes photos and letters from the Jasenovac camp, was delivered by the Washington-based museum to the Croatian Embassy earlier this week. The collection was taken from the Jasenovac museum for safekeeping during the civil war that ravaged the former Yugoslavia in the early 1990s, and was turned over to the Holocaust Museum last year.
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