Built to commemorate the events of World War II, the Dudik Memorial Park in Vukovar, Croatia, narrowly survived another brutal war to stand today as a somber, surreal tribute to the victims of fascism.
Between July 1941 and February 1943, as many as 455 civilians were executed at Vukovar, by Croatia’s Nazi-backed “Ustaše” regime. Anti-fascists, revolutionaries, and other perceived enemies of the regime were taken to the edge of town and killed in this small grove between the mulberry trees.
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