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Nazi Collaborators - Episode 5 : The Croatian Collaborator

In 1941, when German tanks rolled into Yugoslavia in the second year of World War Two, it should have been a tragedy. However for many of the country’s Croats it was seen as something else. It was an opportunity to break away from Yugoslav rule and set up the first ever independent Croat State. As the war unfolded, Croatia became a nation of Nazi collaborators.

One of the most enthusiastic was Dinko Sakic. He ran one of the most brutal and notorious death camps of World War Two. Some 80,000 people were killed  in the name of a free Croatia.It was known as the Auschwitz of the Balkans.
Sakic survived the war by fleeing to Argentina before he could be brought to trial in Europe. He lived a long and peaceful life until he made a serious error of judgement in the late 90’s. Believing he was no longer a wanted man he bizarrely agreed to be interviewed by Argentinian TV.

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