Trostruki surduk

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Trostruki surduk is the name of a place in Belgrade, Serbia, between Bežanija and Surčin, where the mass murder of 240–450 Jews during World War II was organized. The exact number of murdered people, date of execution and the concentration camp that they were brought from remains unknown.

There are sources with information that the murders were executed at the end of September 1941 and that the Jews who were murdered were brought from the concentration camp of Topovske Šupe.[1] Informations from other sources lead to conclusion that murder was executed on February 1942 and that Jews that were murdered in Trostruki surduk were brought from Sajmište concentration camp.[2] Finally, some sources state that mass murder of Jews was executed on October 17, 1941 and that they were brought to Trostruki surduk from Banjica concentration camp.[3] The Serbian administrator enthusiastically collaborated with the Gestapo, and after the war was convicted of war crimes.

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  1. ^ Byford, Jovan (December 17, 2008). "Propuštena prilika" (in Serbian). Belgrade: Peščanik. Retrieved November 28, 2010. , zaključeno je da se radi o "beogradskim Jevrejima koji su sa Tašmajdana gde su bili u logoru dovedeni tu od strane nemačke vojske i streljani". S obzirom da na Tašmajdanu nije postojao logor, ovaj zaključak se najverovatnije odnosio na zatočenike logora Topovske šupe 
  2. ^ Byford, Jovan (December 17, 2008). "Propuštena prilika" (in Serbian). Belgrade: Peščanik. Retrieved November 28, 2010. . “na spomen ploču uklesane su potpuno nove tvrdnje, da je kod Trostrukog surduka streljano 350 Jevreja, "najviše žena i dece", i to "u februaru 1942.".....datum izmenjen da bi se uspostavila veza izmedu streljanja u Ledinama i obližnjeg logora Staro sajmište, gde su od decembra 1941. do maja 1942. bile zatočene Jevrejke i njihova deca.” 
  3. ^ "Konacno Resenje U Srbiji Prva Faza" (in Serbian). EL MUNDO SEFARAD. Retrieved November 28, 2010. U pritvoreničkim knjigama Banjičkog logora, već 13. septembra 1941. godine, registrovano je 13 muškaraca — Roma iz Meljaka, koji su posle tri dana odvedeni na streljanje. Narednog dana, upisano je 187 beogradskih Jevreja za koje je, kao i za nekoliko dovedenih u međuvremenu, posle tri dana, 17. oktobra 1941, naznačeno da su odvedeni u »jevrejski logor Zemun«.95 Prema svedočenju dr Stefana Đelinea, ova grupa je u nemačkoj kartoteci dobila oznaku »crni jahač«, što znači da su streljani.96 Mogude je da je ova grupa brojala i više osoba, jer je upravo u to vreme na mestu Trostruki Surduk, 3 kilometra od Bežanije ka Surčinu, streljano 240 Jevreja.97” 

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