Koštana hospital, Stolac

Koštana hospital, Stolac

Info

Former police resort at Boračko Lake / Cafe Bar Strela

Location:
Village of Borci, Municipality of Konjic

Importance of the locality:

The resort at Boračko Lake was a site of detention for Bosniaks from eastern Herzegovina. The male and female prisoners were transferred to this site from SJB Nevesinje. The prisoners were subjected to inhumane conditions, abuse and beating, and many of them were killed or died as a result of being abused at this site.

Entity:
Republika Srpska

Ethnic group:
Bosniaks, Croats

Area that victims came from:
Nevesinje, Eastern Herzegovina

Responsibility:
Army of Republika Srpska, Šešelj paramilitaries, SJB Nevesinje

Court trials:

As the former chief of the Trebinje Public Security Centre, Krsto Savić was convicted by the Court of BiH under the command responsibility doctrine and sentenced to 17 years in prison for crimes committed in eastern Herzegovina. The Court found Krsto Savić guilty of the forcible displacement of prisoners to the Boračko Lake resort, though he was not directly responsible for the crimes committed there.
Based on a plea agreement, the Court of BiH sentenced Radivoje Soldo, as a member of VRS, to five years in prison for the crime of unlawful detention, rape, inhumane treatment and abuse.

The ICTY convicted Momčilo Krajišnik, the wartime speaker of the Republika Srpska National Assembly, and sentenced him to 20 years in prison for crimes against humanity.

Data source:
ICTY, Court of BiH (updated 10.05.2021)

Marked and photographed:
17.04.2021

Map:

Updated:
04.07.2021

Legenda

Army of Republic of Bosnia and Hercegovina – ARBiH
Security services command centre – CSB
Herzeg Bosnia – HB
Croat Defense Forces – HOS
Army of Croatia – HV
Croat Defense Council – HVO
Yugoslav National Army – JNA
International Crime Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia – ICTY
Ministry of Interior – MUP
People’s Defense of the Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia – NO APZB
Police station – SJB
Serb Army of Krajina – SVK
Territorial defense of Bosnia-Herzegovina – TO BiH
Army of Republic of Srpska – VRS
Army of Yugoslavia – VJ

Aktualizovano: 25. December 2019

Buk Bijela settlement, Foča

Buk Bijela settlement, Foča

Info

Former police resort at Boračko Lake / Cafe Bar Strela

Location:
Village of Borci, Municipality of Konjic

Importance of the locality:

The resort at Boračko Lake was a site of detention for Bosniaks from eastern Herzegovina. The male and female prisoners were transferred to this site from SJB Nevesinje. The prisoners were subjected to inhumane conditions, abuse and beating, and many of them were killed or died as a result of being abused at this site.

Entity:
Republika Srpska

Ethnic group:
Bosniaks, Croats

Area that victims came from:
Nevesinje, Eastern Herzegovina

Responsibility:
Army of Republika Srpska, Šešelj paramilitaries, SJB Nevesinje

Court trials:

As the former chief of the Trebinje Public Security Centre, Krsto Savić was convicted by the Court of BiH under the command responsibility doctrine and sentenced to 17 years in prison for crimes committed in eastern Herzegovina. The Court found Krsto Savić guilty of the forcible displacement of prisoners to the Boračko Lake resort, though he was not directly responsible for the crimes committed there.
Based on a plea agreement, the Court of BiH sentenced Radivoje Soldo, as a member of VRS, to five years in prison for the crime of unlawful detention, rape, inhumane treatment and abuse.

The ICTY convicted Momčilo Krajišnik, the wartime speaker of the Republika Srpska National Assembly, and sentenced him to 20 years in prison for crimes against humanity.

Data source:
ICTY, Court of BiH (updated 10.05.2021)

Marked and photographed:
17.04.2021

Map:

Updated:
04.07.2021

Legenda

Army of Republic of Bosnia and Hercegovina – ARBiH
Security services command centre – CSB
Herzeg Bosnia – HB
Croat Defense Forces – HOS
Army of Croatia – HV
Croat Defense Council – HVO
Yugoslav National Army – JNA
International Crime Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia – ICTY
Ministry of Interior – MUP
People’s Defense of the Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia – NO APZB
Police station – SJB
Serb Army of Krajina – SVK
Territorial defense of Bosnia-Herzegovina – TO BiH
Army of Republic of Srpska – VRS
Army of Yugoslavia – VJ

Aktualizovano: 25. December 2019

Partizan Sports Hall, Foča

Partizan Sports Hall, Foča

Info

Former police resort at Boračko Lake / Cafe Bar Strela

Location:
Village of Borci, Municipality of Konjic

Importance of the locality:

The resort at Boračko Lake was a site of detention for Bosniaks from eastern Herzegovina. The male and female prisoners were transferred to this site from SJB Nevesinje. The prisoners were subjected to inhumane conditions, abuse and beating, and many of them were killed or died as a result of being abused at this site.

Entity:
Republika Srpska

Ethnic group:
Bosniaks, Croats

Area that victims came from:
Nevesinje, Eastern Herzegovina

Responsibility:
Army of Republika Srpska, Šešelj paramilitaries, SJB Nevesinje

Court trials:

As the former chief of the Trebinje Public Security Centre, Krsto Savić was convicted by the Court of BiH under the command responsibility doctrine and sentenced to 17 years in prison for crimes committed in eastern Herzegovina. The Court found Krsto Savić guilty of the forcible displacement of prisoners to the Boračko Lake resort, though he was not directly responsible for the crimes committed there.
Based on a plea agreement, the Court of BiH sentenced Radivoje Soldo, as a member of VRS, to five years in prison for the crime of unlawful detention, rape, inhumane treatment and abuse.

The ICTY convicted Momčilo Krajišnik, the wartime speaker of the Republika Srpska National Assembly, and sentenced him to 20 years in prison for crimes against humanity.

Data source:
ICTY, Court of BiH (updated 10.05.2021)

Marked and photographed:
17.04.2021

Map:

Updated:
04.07.2021

Legenda

Army of Republic of Bosnia and Hercegovina – ARBiH
Security services command centre – CSB
Herzeg Bosnia – HB
Croat Defense Forces – HOS
Army of Croatia – HV
Croat Defense Council – HVO
Yugoslav National Army – JNA
International Crime Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia – ICTY
Ministry of Interior – MUP
People’s Defense of the Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia – NO APZB
Police station – SJB
Serb Army of Krajina – SVK
Territorial defense of Bosnia-Herzegovina – TO BiH
Army of Republic of Srpska – VRS
Army of Yugoslavia – VJ

Aktualizovano: 25. December 2019

Karaman’s house, Foča

Karaman’s house, Foča

Info

Former police resort at Boračko Lake / Cafe Bar Strela

Location:
Village of Borci, Municipality of Konjic

Importance of the locality:

The resort at Boračko Lake was a site of detention for Bosniaks from eastern Herzegovina. The male and female prisoners were transferred to this site from SJB Nevesinje. The prisoners were subjected to inhumane conditions, abuse and beating, and many of them were killed or died as a result of being abused at this site.

Entity:
Republika Srpska

Ethnic group:
Bosniaks, Croats

Area that victims came from:
Nevesinje, Eastern Herzegovina

Responsibility:
Army of Republika Srpska, Šešelj paramilitaries, SJB Nevesinje

Court trials:

As the former chief of the Trebinje Public Security Centre, Krsto Savić was convicted by the Court of BiH under the command responsibility doctrine and sentenced to 17 years in prison for crimes committed in eastern Herzegovina. The Court found Krsto Savić guilty of the forcible displacement of prisoners to the Boračko Lake resort, though he was not directly responsible for the crimes committed there.
Based on a plea agreement, the Court of BiH sentenced Radivoje Soldo, as a member of VRS, to five years in prison for the crime of unlawful detention, rape, inhumane treatment and abuse.

The ICTY convicted Momčilo Krajišnik, the wartime speaker of the Republika Srpska National Assembly, and sentenced him to 20 years in prison for crimes against humanity.

Data source:
ICTY, Court of BiH (updated 10.05.2021)

Marked and photographed:
17.04.2021

Map:

Updated:
04.07.2021

Legenda

Army of Republic of Bosnia and Hercegovina – ARBiH
Security services command centre – CSB
Herzeg Bosnia – HB
Croat Defense Forces – HOS
Army of Croatia – HV
Croat Defense Council – HVO
Yugoslav National Army – JNA
International Crime Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia – ICTY
Ministry of Interior – MUP
People’s Defense of the Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia – NO APZB
Police station – SJB
Serb Army of Krajina – SVK
Territorial defense of Bosnia-Herzegovina – TO BiH
Army of Republic of Srpska – VRS
Army of Yugoslavia – VJ

Aktualizovano: 25. December 2019

Football stadium in Bratunac

Football stadium in Bratunac

Info

Former police resort at Boračko Lake / Cafe Bar Strela

Location:
Village of Borci, Municipality of Konjic

Importance of the locality:

The resort at Boračko Lake was a site of detention for Bosniaks from eastern Herzegovina. The male and female prisoners were transferred to this site from SJB Nevesinje. The prisoners were subjected to inhumane conditions, abuse and beating, and many of them were killed or died as a result of being abused at this site.

Entity:
Republika Srpska

Ethnic group:
Bosniaks, Croats

Area that victims came from:
Nevesinje, Eastern Herzegovina

Responsibility:
Army of Republika Srpska, Šešelj paramilitaries, SJB Nevesinje

Court trials:

As the former chief of the Trebinje Public Security Centre, Krsto Savić was convicted by the Court of BiH under the command responsibility doctrine and sentenced to 17 years in prison for crimes committed in eastern Herzegovina. The Court found Krsto Savić guilty of the forcible displacement of prisoners to the Boračko Lake resort, though he was not directly responsible for the crimes committed there.
Based on a plea agreement, the Court of BiH sentenced Radivoje Soldo, as a member of VRS, to five years in prison for the crime of unlawful detention, rape, inhumane treatment and abuse.

The ICTY convicted Momčilo Krajišnik, the wartime speaker of the Republika Srpska National Assembly, and sentenced him to 20 years in prison for crimes against humanity.

Data source:
ICTY, Court of BiH (updated 10.05.2021)

Marked and photographed:
17.04.2021

Map:

Updated:
04.07.2021

Legenda

Army of Republic of Bosnia and Hercegovina – ARBiH
Security services command centre – CSB
Herzeg Bosnia – HB
Croat Defense Forces – HOS
Army of Croatia – HV
Croat Defense Council – HVO
Yugoslav National Army – JNA
International Crime Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia – ICTY
Ministry of Interior – MUP
People’s Defense of the Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia – NO APZB
Police station – SJB
Serb Army of Krajina – SVK
Territorial defense of Bosnia-Herzegovina – TO BiH
Army of Republic of Srpska – VRS
Army of Yugoslavia – VJ

Aktualizovano: 25. December 2019

13th kilometre, Zavidovići

13th kilometre, Zavidovići

Info

Former police resort at Boračko Lake / Cafe Bar Strela

Location:
Village of Borci, Municipality of Konjic

Importance of the locality:

The resort at Boračko Lake was a site of detention for Bosniaks from eastern Herzegovina. The male and female prisoners were transferred to this site from SJB Nevesinje. The prisoners were subjected to inhumane conditions, abuse and beating, and many of them were killed or died as a result of being abused at this site.

Entity:
Republika Srpska

Ethnic group:
Bosniaks, Croats

Area that victims came from:
Nevesinje, Eastern Herzegovina

Responsibility:
Army of Republika Srpska, Šešelj paramilitaries, SJB Nevesinje

Court trials:

As the former chief of the Trebinje Public Security Centre, Krsto Savić was convicted by the Court of BiH under the command responsibility doctrine and sentenced to 17 years in prison for crimes committed in eastern Herzegovina. The Court found Krsto Savić guilty of the forcible displacement of prisoners to the Boračko Lake resort, though he was not directly responsible for the crimes committed there.
Based on a plea agreement, the Court of BiH sentenced Radivoje Soldo, as a member of VRS, to five years in prison for the crime of unlawful detention, rape, inhumane treatment and abuse.

The ICTY convicted Momčilo Krajišnik, the wartime speaker of the Republika Srpska National Assembly, and sentenced him to 20 years in prison for crimes against humanity.

Data source:
ICTY, Court of BiH (updated 10.05.2021)

Marked and photographed:
17.04.2021

Map:

Updated:
04.07.2021

Legenda

Army of Republic of Bosnia and Hercegovina – ARBiH
Security services command centre – CSB
Herzeg Bosnia – HB
Croat Defense Forces – HOS
Army of Croatia – HV
Croat Defense Council – HVO
Yugoslav National Army – JNA
International Crime Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia – ICTY
Ministry of Interior – MUP
People’s Defense of the Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia – NO APZB
Police station – SJB
Serb Army of Krajina – SVK
Territorial defense of Bosnia-Herzegovina – TO BiH
Army of Republic of Srpska – VRS
Army of Yugoslavia – VJ

Aktualizovano: 25. December 2019

Franjo Herljević Hunting Lodge in Kamenica, Zavidovići

Franjo Herljević Hunting Lodge in Kamenica, Zavidovići

Info

Former police resort at Boračko Lake / Cafe Bar Strela

Location:
Village of Borci, Municipality of Konjic

Importance of the locality:

The resort at Boračko Lake was a site of detention for Bosniaks from eastern Herzegovina. The male and female prisoners were transferred to this site from SJB Nevesinje. The prisoners were subjected to inhumane conditions, abuse and beating, and many of them were killed or died as a result of being abused at this site.

Entity:
Republika Srpska

Ethnic group:
Bosniaks, Croats

Area that victims came from:
Nevesinje, Eastern Herzegovina

Responsibility:
Army of Republika Srpska, Šešelj paramilitaries, SJB Nevesinje

Court trials:

As the former chief of the Trebinje Public Security Centre, Krsto Savić was convicted by the Court of BiH under the command responsibility doctrine and sentenced to 17 years in prison for crimes committed in eastern Herzegovina. The Court found Krsto Savić guilty of the forcible displacement of prisoners to the Boračko Lake resort, though he was not directly responsible for the crimes committed there.
Based on a plea agreement, the Court of BiH sentenced Radivoje Soldo, as a member of VRS, to five years in prison for the crime of unlawful detention, rape, inhumane treatment and abuse.

The ICTY convicted Momčilo Krajišnik, the wartime speaker of the Republika Srpska National Assembly, and sentenced him to 20 years in prison for crimes against humanity.

Data source:
ICTY, Court of BiH (updated 10.05.2021)

Marked and photographed:
17.04.2021

Map:

Updated:
04.07.2021

Legenda

Army of Republic of Bosnia and Hercegovina – ARBiH
Security services command centre – CSB
Herzeg Bosnia – HB
Croat Defense Forces – HOS
Army of Croatia – HV
Croat Defense Council – HVO
Yugoslav National Army – JNA
International Crime Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia – ICTY
Ministry of Interior – MUP
People’s Defense of the Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia – NO APZB
Police station – SJB
Serb Army of Krajina – SVK
Territorial defense of Bosnia-Herzegovina – TO BiH
Army of Republic of Srpska – VRS
Army of Yugoslavia – VJ

Aktualizovano: 25. December 2019

Poljari Primary School, Derventa

Poljari Primary School, Derventa

Info

Former police resort at Boračko Lake / Cafe Bar Strela

Location:
Village of Borci, Municipality of Konjic

Importance of the locality:

The resort at Boračko Lake was a site of detention for Bosniaks from eastern Herzegovina. The male and female prisoners were transferred to this site from SJB Nevesinje. The prisoners were subjected to inhumane conditions, abuse and beating, and many of them were killed or died as a result of being abused at this site.

Entity:
Republika Srpska

Ethnic group:
Bosniaks, Croats

Area that victims came from:
Nevesinje, Eastern Herzegovina

Responsibility:
Army of Republika Srpska, Šešelj paramilitaries, SJB Nevesinje

Court trials:

As the former chief of the Trebinje Public Security Centre, Krsto Savić was convicted by the Court of BiH under the command responsibility doctrine and sentenced to 17 years in prison for crimes committed in eastern Herzegovina. The Court found Krsto Savić guilty of the forcible displacement of prisoners to the Boračko Lake resort, though he was not directly responsible for the crimes committed there.
Based on a plea agreement, the Court of BiH sentenced Radivoje Soldo, as a member of VRS, to five years in prison for the crime of unlawful detention, rape, inhumane treatment and abuse.

The ICTY convicted Momčilo Krajišnik, the wartime speaker of the Republika Srpska National Assembly, and sentenced him to 20 years in prison for crimes against humanity.

Data source:
ICTY, Court of BiH (updated 10.05.2021)

Marked and photographed:
17.04.2021

Map:

Updated:
04.07.2021

Legenda

Army of Republic of Bosnia and Hercegovina – ARBiH
Security services command centre – CSB
Herzeg Bosnia – HB
Croat Defense Forces – HOS
Army of Croatia – HV
Croat Defense Council – HVO
Yugoslav National Army – JNA
International Crime Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia – ICTY
Ministry of Interior – MUP
People’s Defense of the Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia – NO APZB
Police station – SJB
Serb Army of Krajina – SVK
Territorial defense of Bosnia-Herzegovina – TO BiH
Army of Republic of Srpska – VRS
Army of Yugoslavia – VJ

Aktualizovano: 25. December 2019

Silos in Polje, Derventa

Silos in Polje, Derventa

Info

Former police resort at Boračko Lake / Cafe Bar Strela

Location:
Village of Borci, Municipality of Konjic

Importance of the locality:

The resort at Boračko Lake was a site of detention for Bosniaks from eastern Herzegovina. The male and female prisoners were transferred to this site from SJB Nevesinje. The prisoners were subjected to inhumane conditions, abuse and beating, and many of them were killed or died as a result of being abused at this site.

Entity:
Republika Srpska

Ethnic group:
Bosniaks, Croats

Area that victims came from:
Nevesinje, Eastern Herzegovina

Responsibility:
Army of Republika Srpska, Šešelj paramilitaries, SJB Nevesinje

Court trials:

As the former chief of the Trebinje Public Security Centre, Krsto Savić was convicted by the Court of BiH under the command responsibility doctrine and sentenced to 17 years in prison for crimes committed in eastern Herzegovina. The Court found Krsto Savić guilty of the forcible displacement of prisoners to the Boračko Lake resort, though he was not directly responsible for the crimes committed there.
Based on a plea agreement, the Court of BiH sentenced Radivoje Soldo, as a member of VRS, to five years in prison for the crime of unlawful detention, rape, inhumane treatment and abuse.

The ICTY convicted Momčilo Krajišnik, the wartime speaker of the Republika Srpska National Assembly, and sentenced him to 20 years in prison for crimes against humanity.

Data source:
ICTY, Court of BiH (updated 10.05.2021)

Marked and photographed:
17.04.2021

Map:

Updated:
04.07.2021

Legenda

Army of Republic of Bosnia and Hercegovina – ARBiH
Security services command centre – CSB
Herzeg Bosnia – HB
Croat Defense Forces – HOS
Army of Croatia – HV
Croat Defense Council – HVO
Yugoslav National Army – JNA
International Crime Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia – ICTY
Ministry of Interior – MUP
People’s Defense of the Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia – NO APZB
Police station – SJB
Serb Army of Krajina – SVK
Territorial defense of Bosnia-Herzegovina – TO BiH
Army of Republic of Srpska – VRS
Army of Yugoslavia – VJ

Aktualizovano: 25. December 2019

GIK construction warehouse, Brod

GIK construction warehouse, Brod

Info

Former police resort at Boračko Lake / Cafe Bar Strela

Location:
Village of Borci, Municipality of Konjic

Importance of the locality:

The resort at Boračko Lake was a site of detention for Bosniaks from eastern Herzegovina. The male and female prisoners were transferred to this site from SJB Nevesinje. The prisoners were subjected to inhumane conditions, abuse and beating, and many of them were killed or died as a result of being abused at this site.

Entity:
Republika Srpska

Ethnic group:
Bosniaks, Croats

Area that victims came from:
Nevesinje, Eastern Herzegovina

Responsibility:
Army of Republika Srpska, Šešelj paramilitaries, SJB Nevesinje

Court trials:

As the former chief of the Trebinje Public Security Centre, Krsto Savić was convicted by the Court of BiH under the command responsibility doctrine and sentenced to 17 years in prison for crimes committed in eastern Herzegovina. The Court found Krsto Savić guilty of the forcible displacement of prisoners to the Boračko Lake resort, though he was not directly responsible for the crimes committed there.
Based on a plea agreement, the Court of BiH sentenced Radivoje Soldo, as a member of VRS, to five years in prison for the crime of unlawful detention, rape, inhumane treatment and abuse.

The ICTY convicted Momčilo Krajišnik, the wartime speaker of the Republika Srpska National Assembly, and sentenced him to 20 years in prison for crimes against humanity.

Data source:
ICTY, Court of BiH (updated 10.05.2021)

Marked and photographed:
17.04.2021

Map:

Updated:
04.07.2021

Legenda

Army of Republic of Bosnia and Hercegovina – ARBiH
Security services command centre – CSB
Herzeg Bosnia – HB
Croat Defense Forces – HOS
Army of Croatia – HV
Croat Defense Council – HVO
Yugoslav National Army – JNA
International Crime Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia – ICTY
Ministry of Interior – MUP
People’s Defense of the Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia – NO APZB
Police station – SJB
Serb Army of Krajina – SVK
Territorial defense of Bosnia-Herzegovina – TO BiH
Army of Republic of Srpska – VRS
Army of Yugoslavia – VJ

Aktualizovano: 25. December 2019

Bosna sock factory in Bosanski Brod

Bosna sock factory in Bosanski Brod

Info

Former police resort at Boračko Lake / Cafe Bar Strela

Location:
Village of Borci, Municipality of Konjic

Importance of the locality:

The resort at Boračko Lake was a site of detention for Bosniaks from eastern Herzegovina. The male and female prisoners were transferred to this site from SJB Nevesinje. The prisoners were subjected to inhumane conditions, abuse and beating, and many of them were killed or died as a result of being abused at this site.

Entity:
Republika Srpska

Ethnic group:
Bosniaks, Croats

Area that victims came from:
Nevesinje, Eastern Herzegovina

Responsibility:
Army of Republika Srpska, Šešelj paramilitaries, SJB Nevesinje

Court trials:

As the former chief of the Trebinje Public Security Centre, Krsto Savić was convicted by the Court of BiH under the command responsibility doctrine and sentenced to 17 years in prison for crimes committed in eastern Herzegovina. The Court found Krsto Savić guilty of the forcible displacement of prisoners to the Boračko Lake resort, though he was not directly responsible for the crimes committed there.
Based on a plea agreement, the Court of BiH sentenced Radivoje Soldo, as a member of VRS, to five years in prison for the crime of unlawful detention, rape, inhumane treatment and abuse.

The ICTY convicted Momčilo Krajišnik, the wartime speaker of the Republika Srpska National Assembly, and sentenced him to 20 years in prison for crimes against humanity.

Data source:
ICTY, Court of BiH (updated 10.05.2021)

Marked and photographed:
17.04.2021

Map:

Updated:
04.07.2021

Legenda

Army of Republic of Bosnia and Hercegovina – ARBiH
Security services command centre – CSB
Herzeg Bosnia – HB
Croat Defense Forces – HOS
Army of Croatia – HV
Croat Defense Council – HVO
Yugoslav National Army – JNA
International Crime Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia – ICTY
Ministry of Interior – MUP
People’s Defense of the Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia – NO APZB
Police station – SJB
Serb Army of Krajina – SVK
Territorial defense of Bosnia-Herzegovina – TO BiH
Army of Republic of Srpska – VRS
Army of Yugoslavia – VJ

Aktualizovano: 25. December 2019

Kayak Club in Brod

Kayak Club in Brod

Info

Former police resort at Boračko Lake / Cafe Bar Strela

Location:
Village of Borci, Municipality of Konjic

Importance of the locality:

The resort at Boračko Lake was a site of detention for Bosniaks from eastern Herzegovina. The male and female prisoners were transferred to this site from SJB Nevesinje. The prisoners were subjected to inhumane conditions, abuse and beating, and many of them were killed or died as a result of being abused at this site.

Entity:
Republika Srpska

Ethnic group:
Bosniaks, Croats

Area that victims came from:
Nevesinje, Eastern Herzegovina

Responsibility:
Army of Republika Srpska, Šešelj paramilitaries, SJB Nevesinje

Court trials:

As the former chief of the Trebinje Public Security Centre, Krsto Savić was convicted by the Court of BiH under the command responsibility doctrine and sentenced to 17 years in prison for crimes committed in eastern Herzegovina. The Court found Krsto Savić guilty of the forcible displacement of prisoners to the Boračko Lake resort, though he was not directly responsible for the crimes committed there.
Based on a plea agreement, the Court of BiH sentenced Radivoje Soldo, as a member of VRS, to five years in prison for the crime of unlawful detention, rape, inhumane treatment and abuse.

The ICTY convicted Momčilo Krajišnik, the wartime speaker of the Republika Srpska National Assembly, and sentenced him to 20 years in prison for crimes against humanity.

Data source:
ICTY, Court of BiH (updated 10.05.2021)

Marked and photographed:
17.04.2021

Map:

Updated:
04.07.2021

Legenda

Army of Republic of Bosnia and Hercegovina – ARBiH
Security services command centre – CSB
Herzeg Bosnia – HB
Croat Defense Forces – HOS
Army of Croatia – HV
Croat Defense Council – HVO
Yugoslav National Army – JNA
International Crime Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia – ICTY
Ministry of Interior – MUP
People’s Defense of the Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia – NO APZB
Police station – SJB
Serb Army of Krajina – SVK
Territorial defense of Bosnia-Herzegovina – TO BiH
Army of Republic of Srpska – VRS
Army of Yugoslavia – VJ

Aktualizovano: 25. December 2019

Podlugovi Railway Station, Ilijaš

Podlugovi Railway Station, Ilijaš

Info

Former police resort at Boračko Lake / Cafe Bar Strela

Location:
Village of Borci, Municipality of Konjic

Importance of the locality:

The resort at Boračko Lake was a site of detention for Bosniaks from eastern Herzegovina. The male and female prisoners were transferred to this site from SJB Nevesinje. The prisoners were subjected to inhumane conditions, abuse and beating, and many of them were killed or died as a result of being abused at this site.

Entity:
Republika Srpska

Ethnic group:
Bosniaks, Croats

Area that victims came from:
Nevesinje, Eastern Herzegovina

Responsibility:
Army of Republika Srpska, Šešelj paramilitaries, SJB Nevesinje

Court trials:

As the former chief of the Trebinje Public Security Centre, Krsto Savić was convicted by the Court of BiH under the command responsibility doctrine and sentenced to 17 years in prison for crimes committed in eastern Herzegovina. The Court found Krsto Savić guilty of the forcible displacement of prisoners to the Boračko Lake resort, though he was not directly responsible for the crimes committed there.
Based on a plea agreement, the Court of BiH sentenced Radivoje Soldo, as a member of VRS, to five years in prison for the crime of unlawful detention, rape, inhumane treatment and abuse.

The ICTY convicted Momčilo Krajišnik, the wartime speaker of the Republika Srpska National Assembly, and sentenced him to 20 years in prison for crimes against humanity.

Data source:
ICTY, Court of BiH (updated 10.05.2021)

Marked and photographed:
17.04.2021

Map:

Updated:
04.07.2021

Legenda

Army of Republic of Bosnia and Hercegovina – ARBiH
Security services command centre – CSB
Herzeg Bosnia – HB
Croat Defense Forces – HOS
Army of Croatia – HV
Croat Defense Council – HVO
Yugoslav National Army – JNA
International Crime Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia – ICTY
Ministry of Interior – MUP
People’s Defense of the Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia – NO APZB
Police station – SJB
Serb Army of Krajina – SVK
Territorial defense of Bosnia-Herzegovina – TO BiH
Army of Republic of Srpska – VRS
Army of Yugoslavia – VJ

Aktualizovano: 25. December 2019

Former Ahmet Fetahagić Barracks in Visoko

Former Ahmet Fetahagić Barracks in Visoko

Info

Former police resort at Boračko Lake / Cafe Bar Strela

Location:
Village of Borci, Municipality of Konjic

Importance of the locality:

The resort at Boračko Lake was a site of detention for Bosniaks from eastern Herzegovina. The male and female prisoners were transferred to this site from SJB Nevesinje. The prisoners were subjected to inhumane conditions, abuse and beating, and many of them were killed or died as a result of being abused at this site.

Entity:
Republika Srpska

Ethnic group:
Bosniaks, Croats

Area that victims came from:
Nevesinje, Eastern Herzegovina

Responsibility:
Army of Republika Srpska, Šešelj paramilitaries, SJB Nevesinje

Court trials:

As the former chief of the Trebinje Public Security Centre, Krsto Savić was convicted by the Court of BiH under the command responsibility doctrine and sentenced to 17 years in prison for crimes committed in eastern Herzegovina. The Court found Krsto Savić guilty of the forcible displacement of prisoners to the Boračko Lake resort, though he was not directly responsible for the crimes committed there.
Based on a plea agreement, the Court of BiH sentenced Radivoje Soldo, as a member of VRS, to five years in prison for the crime of unlawful detention, rape, inhumane treatment and abuse.

The ICTY convicted Momčilo Krajišnik, the wartime speaker of the Republika Srpska National Assembly, and sentenced him to 20 years in prison for crimes against humanity.

Data source:
ICTY, Court of BiH (updated 10.05.2021)

Marked and photographed:
17.04.2021

Map:

Updated:
04.07.2021

Legenda

Army of Republic of Bosnia and Hercegovina – ARBiH
Security services command centre – CSB
Herzeg Bosnia – HB
Croat Defense Forces – HOS
Army of Croatia – HV
Croat Defense Council – HVO
Yugoslav National Army – JNA
International Crime Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia – ICTY
Ministry of Interior – MUP
People’s Defense of the Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia – NO APZB
Police station – SJB
Serb Army of Krajina – SVK
Territorial defense of Bosnia-Herzegovina – TO BiH
Army of Republic of Srpska – VRS
Army of Yugoslavia – VJ

Aktualizovano: 25. December 2019

Music School, Zenica

Music School, Zenica

Info

Former police resort at Boračko Lake / Cafe Bar Strela

Location:
Village of Borci, Municipality of Konjic

Importance of the locality:

The resort at Boračko Lake was a site of detention for Bosniaks from eastern Herzegovina. The male and female prisoners were transferred to this site from SJB Nevesinje. The prisoners were subjected to inhumane conditions, abuse and beating, and many of them were killed or died as a result of being abused at this site.

Entity:
Republika Srpska

Ethnic group:
Bosniaks, Croats

Area that victims came from:
Nevesinje, Eastern Herzegovina

Responsibility:
Army of Republika Srpska, Šešelj paramilitaries, SJB Nevesinje

Court trials:

As the former chief of the Trebinje Public Security Centre, Krsto Savić was convicted by the Court of BiH under the command responsibility doctrine and sentenced to 17 years in prison for crimes committed in eastern Herzegovina. The Court found Krsto Savić guilty of the forcible displacement of prisoners to the Boračko Lake resort, though he was not directly responsible for the crimes committed there.
Based on a plea agreement, the Court of BiH sentenced Radivoje Soldo, as a member of VRS, to five years in prison for the crime of unlawful detention, rape, inhumane treatment and abuse.

The ICTY convicted Momčilo Krajišnik, the wartime speaker of the Republika Srpska National Assembly, and sentenced him to 20 years in prison for crimes against humanity.

Data source:
ICTY, Court of BiH (updated 10.05.2021)

Marked and photographed:
17.04.2021

Map:

Updated:
04.07.2021

Legenda

Army of Republic of Bosnia and Hercegovina – ARBiH
Security services command centre – CSB
Herzeg Bosnia – HB
Croat Defense Forces – HOS
Army of Croatia – HV
Croat Defense Council – HVO
Yugoslav National Army – JNA
International Crime Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia – ICTY
Ministry of Interior – MUP
People’s Defense of the Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia – NO APZB
Police station – SJB
Serb Army of Krajina – SVK
Territorial defense of Bosnia-Herzegovina – TO BiH
Army of Republic of Srpska – VRS
Army of Yugoslavia – VJ

Aktualizovano: 25. December 2019

Warehouse and stadium in Crkvina near Šamac

Warehouse and stadium in Crkvina near Šamac

Info

Former police resort at Boračko Lake / Cafe Bar Strela

Location:
Village of Borci, Municipality of Konjic

Importance of the locality:

The resort at Boračko Lake was a site of detention for Bosniaks from eastern Herzegovina. The male and female prisoners were transferred to this site from SJB Nevesinje. The prisoners were subjected to inhumane conditions, abuse and beating, and many of them were killed or died as a result of being abused at this site.

Entity:
Republika Srpska

Ethnic group:
Bosniaks, Croats

Area that victims came from:
Nevesinje, Eastern Herzegovina

Responsibility:
Army of Republika Srpska, Šešelj paramilitaries, SJB Nevesinje

Court trials:

As the former chief of the Trebinje Public Security Centre, Krsto Savić was convicted by the Court of BiH under the command responsibility doctrine and sentenced to 17 years in prison for crimes committed in eastern Herzegovina. The Court found Krsto Savić guilty of the forcible displacement of prisoners to the Boračko Lake resort, though he was not directly responsible for the crimes committed there.
Based on a plea agreement, the Court of BiH sentenced Radivoje Soldo, as a member of VRS, to five years in prison for the crime of unlawful detention, rape, inhumane treatment and abuse.

The ICTY convicted Momčilo Krajišnik, the wartime speaker of the Republika Srpska National Assembly, and sentenced him to 20 years in prison for crimes against humanity.

Data source:
ICTY, Court of BiH (updated 10.05.2021)

Marked and photographed:
17.04.2021

Map:

Updated:
04.07.2021

Legenda

Army of Republic of Bosnia and Hercegovina – ARBiH
Security services command centre – CSB
Herzeg Bosnia – HB
Croat Defense Forces – HOS
Army of Croatia – HV
Croat Defense Council – HVO
Yugoslav National Army – JNA
International Crime Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia – ICTY
Ministry of Interior – MUP
People’s Defense of the Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia – NO APZB
Police station – SJB
Serb Army of Krajina – SVK
Territorial defense of Bosnia-Herzegovina – TO BiH
Army of Republic of Srpska – VRS
Army of Yugoslavia – VJ

Aktualizovano: 25. December 2019

Construction materials warehouse in Gornji Zovik near Brčko

Construction materials warehouse in Gornji Zovik near Brčko

Info

Former police resort at Boračko Lake / Cafe Bar Strela

Location:
Village of Borci, Municipality of Konjic

Importance of the locality:

The resort at Boračko Lake was a site of detention for Bosniaks from eastern Herzegovina. The male and female prisoners were transferred to this site from SJB Nevesinje. The prisoners were subjected to inhumane conditions, abuse and beating, and many of them were killed or died as a result of being abused at this site.

Entity:
Republika Srpska

Ethnic group:
Bosniaks, Croats

Area that victims came from:
Nevesinje, Eastern Herzegovina

Responsibility:
Army of Republika Srpska, Šešelj paramilitaries, SJB Nevesinje

Court trials:

As the former chief of the Trebinje Public Security Centre, Krsto Savić was convicted by the Court of BiH under the command responsibility doctrine and sentenced to 17 years in prison for crimes committed in eastern Herzegovina. The Court found Krsto Savić guilty of the forcible displacement of prisoners to the Boračko Lake resort, though he was not directly responsible for the crimes committed there.
Based on a plea agreement, the Court of BiH sentenced Radivoje Soldo, as a member of VRS, to five years in prison for the crime of unlawful detention, rape, inhumane treatment and abuse.

The ICTY convicted Momčilo Krajišnik, the wartime speaker of the Republika Srpska National Assembly, and sentenced him to 20 years in prison for crimes against humanity.

Data source:
ICTY, Court of BiH (updated 10.05.2021)

Marked and photographed:
17.04.2021

Map:

Updated:
04.07.2021

Legenda

Army of Republic of Bosnia and Hercegovina – ARBiH
Security services command centre – CSB
Herzeg Bosnia – HB
Croat Defense Forces – HOS
Army of Croatia – HV
Croat Defense Council – HVO
Yugoslav National Army – JNA
International Crime Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia – ICTY
Ministry of Interior – MUP
People’s Defense of the Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia – NO APZB
Police station – SJB
Serb Army of Krajina – SVK
Territorial defense of Bosnia-Herzegovina – TO BiH
Army of Republic of Srpska – VRS
Army of Yugoslavia – VJ

Aktualizovano: 25. December 2019

Boće Primary School, Brčko

Boće Primary School, Brčko

Info

Former police resort at Boračko Lake / Cafe Bar Strela

Location:
Village of Borci, Municipality of Konjic

Importance of the locality:

The resort at Boračko Lake was a site of detention for Bosniaks from eastern Herzegovina. The male and female prisoners were transferred to this site from SJB Nevesinje. The prisoners were subjected to inhumane conditions, abuse and beating, and many of them were killed or died as a result of being abused at this site.

Entity:
Republika Srpska

Ethnic group:
Bosniaks, Croats

Area that victims came from:
Nevesinje, Eastern Herzegovina

Responsibility:
Army of Republika Srpska, Šešelj paramilitaries, SJB Nevesinje

Court trials:

As the former chief of the Trebinje Public Security Centre, Krsto Savić was convicted by the Court of BiH under the command responsibility doctrine and sentenced to 17 years in prison for crimes committed in eastern Herzegovina. The Court found Krsto Savić guilty of the forcible displacement of prisoners to the Boračko Lake resort, though he was not directly responsible for the crimes committed there.
Based on a plea agreement, the Court of BiH sentenced Radivoje Soldo, as a member of VRS, to five years in prison for the crime of unlawful detention, rape, inhumane treatment and abuse.

The ICTY convicted Momčilo Krajišnik, the wartime speaker of the Republika Srpska National Assembly, and sentenced him to 20 years in prison for crimes against humanity.

Data source:
ICTY, Court of BiH (updated 10.05.2021)

Marked and photographed:
17.04.2021

Map:

Updated:
04.07.2021

Legenda

Army of Republic of Bosnia and Hercegovina – ARBiH
Security services command centre – CSB
Herzeg Bosnia – HB
Croat Defense Forces – HOS
Army of Croatia – HV
Croat Defense Council – HVO
Yugoslav National Army – JNA
International Crime Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia – ICTY
Ministry of Interior – MUP
People’s Defense of the Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia – NO APZB
Police station – SJB
Serb Army of Krajina – SVK
Territorial defense of Bosnia-Herzegovina – TO BiH
Army of Republic of Srpska – VRS
Army of Yugoslavia – VJ

Aktualizovano: 25. December 2019

Former JNA barracks in Brčko

Former JNA barracks in Brčko

Info

Former police resort at Boračko Lake / Cafe Bar Strela

Location:
Village of Borci, Municipality of Konjic

Importance of the locality:

The resort at Boračko Lake was a site of detention for Bosniaks from eastern Herzegovina. The male and female prisoners were transferred to this site from SJB Nevesinje. The prisoners were subjected to inhumane conditions, abuse and beating, and many of them were killed or died as a result of being abused at this site.

Entity:
Republika Srpska

Ethnic group:
Bosniaks, Croats

Area that victims came from:
Nevesinje, Eastern Herzegovina

Responsibility:
Army of Republika Srpska, Šešelj paramilitaries, SJB Nevesinje

Court trials:

As the former chief of the Trebinje Public Security Centre, Krsto Savić was convicted by the Court of BiH under the command responsibility doctrine and sentenced to 17 years in prison for crimes committed in eastern Herzegovina. The Court found Krsto Savić guilty of the forcible displacement of prisoners to the Boračko Lake resort, though he was not directly responsible for the crimes committed there.
Based on a plea agreement, the Court of BiH sentenced Radivoje Soldo, as a member of VRS, to five years in prison for the crime of unlawful detention, rape, inhumane treatment and abuse.

The ICTY convicted Momčilo Krajišnik, the wartime speaker of the Republika Srpska National Assembly, and sentenced him to 20 years in prison for crimes against humanity.

Data source:
ICTY, Court of BiH (updated 10.05.2021)

Marked and photographed:
17.04.2021

Map:

Updated:
04.07.2021

Legenda

Army of Republic of Bosnia and Hercegovina – ARBiH
Security services command centre – CSB
Herzeg Bosnia – HB
Croat Defense Forces – HOS
Army of Croatia – HV
Croat Defense Council – HVO
Yugoslav National Army – JNA
International Crime Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia – ICTY
Ministry of Interior – MUP
People’s Defense of the Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia – NO APZB
Police station – SJB
Serb Army of Krajina – SVK
Territorial defense of Bosnia-Herzegovina – TO BiH
Army of Republic of Srpska – VRS
Army of Yugoslavia – VJ

Aktualizovano: 25. December 2019

Batković agricultural estate, Bijeljina

Batković agricultural estate, Bijeljina

Info

Former police resort at Boračko Lake / Cafe Bar Strela

Location:
Village of Borci, Municipality of Konjic

Importance of the locality:

The resort at Boračko Lake was a site of detention for Bosniaks from eastern Herzegovina. The male and female prisoners were transferred to this site from SJB Nevesinje. The prisoners were subjected to inhumane conditions, abuse and beating, and many of them were killed or died as a result of being abused at this site.

Entity:
Republika Srpska

Ethnic group:
Bosniaks, Croats

Area that victims came from:
Nevesinje, Eastern Herzegovina

Responsibility:
Army of Republika Srpska, Šešelj paramilitaries, SJB Nevesinje

Court trials:

As the former chief of the Trebinje Public Security Centre, Krsto Savić was convicted by the Court of BiH under the command responsibility doctrine and sentenced to 17 years in prison for crimes committed in eastern Herzegovina. The Court found Krsto Savić guilty of the forcible displacement of prisoners to the Boračko Lake resort, though he was not directly responsible for the crimes committed there.
Based on a plea agreement, the Court of BiH sentenced Radivoje Soldo, as a member of VRS, to five years in prison for the crime of unlawful detention, rape, inhumane treatment and abuse.

The ICTY convicted Momčilo Krajišnik, the wartime speaker of the Republika Srpska National Assembly, and sentenced him to 20 years in prison for crimes against humanity.

Data source:
ICTY, Court of BiH (updated 10.05.2021)

Marked and photographed:
17.04.2021

Map:

Updated:
04.07.2021

Legenda

Army of Republic of Bosnia and Hercegovina – ARBiH
Security services command centre – CSB
Herzeg Bosnia – HB
Croat Defense Forces – HOS
Army of Croatia – HV
Croat Defense Council – HVO
Yugoslav National Army – JNA
International Crime Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia – ICTY
Ministry of Interior – MUP
People’s Defense of the Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia – NO APZB
Police station – SJB
Serb Army of Krajina – SVK
Territorial defense of Bosnia-Herzegovina – TO BiH
Army of Republic of Srpska – VRS
Army of Yugoslavia – VJ

Aktualizovano: 24. December 2019

Locations list

Agricultural cooperative Kravica, Bratunac
Batković agricultural estate, Bijeljina
Former Moša Pijade JNA Barracks in Bileća
Student Dorm in Bileća
Bosna sock factory in Bosanski Brod
Location behind the Motel in Bosanski Petrovac
Football stadium in Bratunac
Former JNA barracks in Brčko
Boće Primary School, Brčko
Mehmend-paša Sokolović Bridge – “Old Bridge”, Višegrad
Kayak Club in Brod
GIK construction warehouse, Brod
FC Iskra Stadium, Bugojno
Former Hotel Radoč, Bužim
Hunting Lodge in Mostina, Čajniče
Military facilities in Dretelj, Čapljina
Silos in Čapljina
Powder factory in Ćoralići, Cazin
Village of Crkvina¸, Goražde
Warehouse and stadium in Crkvina near Šamac
Culture Centre in Pilica, Zvorniik
Iron Bridge, Doboj
Perčin disko, Doboj
warehouses of the former JNA barracks in Ševarlije, Doboj
Kozila Forest Estate, Drnić
Kamenica Primary School, Drvar
Partizan Sports Hall, Foča
Buk Bijela settlement, Foča
Construction materials warehouse in Gornji Zovik near Brčko
Old building of the Grabovica Primary School, Kotor Varoš
Hotel Igman, Hadžići
Hotel Vilina vlas, Višegrad
Podlugovi Railway Station, Ilijaš
Correctional facility Butmir (Kula), Istočno Sarajevo
Museum “Battle for the Wounded at Neretva”, Jablanica
Bravnice, Jajce
Silos in Kaćuni, Busovača
Motel Sretno, Kakanj
Franjo Herljević Hunting Lodge in Kamenica, Zavidovići
13th kilometre, Zavidovići
Musala Sports Hall, Konjic
Korićanske stijene, Kneževo
Lisac pit, Krupa na Uni
Black House, Vitez
Ivan Goran Kovačić Primary School, Livno
Elektroprivreda Garages in Livno
“Dalibor Perković Dali” Sports Hall in Livno
The pit above Zastinje on Bašajkovac Hill near Livno
Former Committee Building in Livno
Primary school in the village of Zabrišće
Primary school in the village of Orguz
Ljubija Football Stadium, Prijedor
Redak 1 and Redak 2, Kipe, Prijedor
Military prison in Ljubuški
Old Trade School, Vareš
Manjača Agricultural Estate, Banja Luka
Karaman’s house, Foča
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Mostar
Stadium at Bijeli brijeg, Mostar
Fourth Primary School, Mostar
JNA Hall in Nevesinje
“Alatnica”, Nevesinje
Una Hotel, Novi Grad/Bosanski Novi
Mlakve Stadium, Novi Grad/Bosanski Novi
Strolit foundry, Odžak
Bratstvo i Jedinstvo Primary School, Odžak
Donja Mahala Primary School, Orašje
Old Culture Centre, Pale
Počulica Social Centre, Vitez
Poljari Primary School, Derventa
Skender’s houses, Mostar
Ćućurak Hill, Mostar
Primary School in Potoci, Mostar
Former Prekaja Primary School, Drvar
Auxiliary facility at the Public Security Station, Prijedor
“Tuzla Convoy of Salvation”, Novi Travnik
Old school building in Rizvanovići, Prijedor
Heliodrom, Mostar
Plant nursery in Rogatica
Lušci Palanka, Sanski Most
Zdena settlement, Sanski Most
Dobrovoljačka Street, Sarajevo
Kazani, Sarajevo
Veliki park, Sarajevo
Tobacco Station in Široki Brijeg
Former police station, Srebrenica
Koštana hospital, Stolac
Silos in Tarčin, Hadžići
Village of Miletići, Travnik
Trnopolje Social Centre, Prijedor
Hotel Maršal (former Hotel Famos), Trnovo
Brčanska Malta, Tuzla
Šumarstvo Company building, Vareš
Autotrans building, Vareš
Former Nepeke farm, Velika Kladuša
Former Dubrave farm, Velika Kladuša
Culture Centre in Miska Glava, Prijedor
Former police resort at Boračko Lake / Cafe Bar Strela
Former Cultural Centre in Čelopek
Cultural Centre in Drinjača
Ljubatovići Primary School, Žepče
Gym hall at the Perkovići Primary School, Žepče
Silos in Polje, Derventa
Youth Centre in Rapatnica
Rooms of the Football Club in Rapatnica
“Rašidov Han”, Snagovo
Military agricultural cooperative Sušica, Vlasenica
Former Ahmet Fetahagić Barracks in Visoko
Culture Centre in Vitez
Dubravica Primary School, Vitez
Sonja Pension and bunker behind the pension, Vogošća
Vojno Camp, Mostar
Music School, Zenica
Village of Bilivode, Zenica
Zenica Penitentiary, Zenica
Silos, Žepče
Gym hall at the Žepče Primary School, Žepče
Primary School Dnopolje, village of Zijemlje
Dubravica-Breza pit, village of Zijemlje
Doline-Kušići pit, village of Zijemlje