Dulag 183

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German forces and Ustaše collaborators lead a column of Serbs to the Šabac internment camp during anti-partisan "cleansing" operations.

Dulag 183 was the name of the German transit camp for POWs in World War II Serbia located in the town of Šabac. This camp was opened in September 1941, and it closed in September 1944. This camp was also used for partisan POWs, members of their families, and the extermination of Jews and Roma people. It was estimated that more than 5,000 persons were executed, not counting Jews and Roma people.

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