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On June 26/27, 1941, Ustaše drove away 130 Serbs of the families of Šakota, Šotra, Ćorluka and Krulj from the villages of Trijebanj and Kozice. 110 of these were killed, at Domanoviće, Bivolja Brda, Pileti and near Kukauš, and those who escaped death were those listed in a proclamation of general Lakse. 70 more locals were killed by the Ustaše on June 29/30.
According to the 1991 census the village had a population of 126 people.
- Zdravko Šotra (born 1933), Serbian and former Yugoslav film and television director
- Muzej žrtava genocida i Srpska književna zadruga (1995). Genocid nad Srbima u II svetskom ratu. pp. 330–335.