Lobor is a village and municipality in the Northern Croatia. In 2011 census, there were 3,188 inhabitants in the area, 98.96% of which were Croats. During the first year of the World War II Ustaše established a concentration camp in Lobor, also known as Loborgrad concentration camp, for Jewish and Serb women and children. At least 200 of them died in it.
- "Population by Ethnicity, by Towns/Municipalities, 2011 Census: Lobor". Census of Population, Households and Dwellings 2011. Zagreb: Croatian Bureau of Statistics. December 2012. Retrieved 2013-03-17.
- (Centre 1998, p. 41): "Loborgrad was specifically designated for Serb and Jewish women and children;
- (Čulinović 1970, p. 316)
- (Goldstein & Lengel-Krizman 1997, p. 97): "9 August 1941 - a camp was established in Loborgrad for about 1,700 women and children; over 200 people died in the camp,"
- Goldstein, Ivo; Lengel-Krizman, Narcisa (1997). Anti-semitism, Holocaust, anti-Fascism. Jewish Community. ISBN 978-953-96836-1-8.
- Centre (1998). Jews in Eastern Europe. The Centre.
- Čulinović, Ferdo (1970). Okupatorska podjela Jugoslavije. Vojnoizdavački.
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