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* http://www.vojvodina.cafe/showthread.php/10753-Na%C5%A1a-spomen-obele%C5%BEja/page4
 
* http://www.vojvodina.cafe/showthread.php/10753-Na%C5%A1a-spomen-obele%C5%BEja/page4
** Divoš (#49) - dedicated to the fallen fighters and victims of fascism from 1941 to 1944. The years of World War II were devastating for Divos. Already in 1942. in the summer the partisans come to the village and take away and kill the village notary, Mihail Latas, and the municipal and church registry books are dropped. Following these unfortunate events, the Ustasha and Germans increasingly invade the village and this has resulted in the Ustashas taking 10 people to the camp already that year because of the partisans' concealment, and on August 19th several families were driven to the camp for rural glory. Divos killed 356 casualties and 137 fighters during the war. October 13, 1943 17 innocent villagers of Divos were killed in Vodice. According to these data Divos is one of the villages that suffered most during the Second World War. Divos had over 2,520 inhabitants before the war. .. During the war, about 500 people were killed in Divos, which ranked Divos among the places with the most casualties during the war. In the first post-war census of 1948. Divos had only 1,387 inhabitants ... Source: Divos.net) [https://sr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Датотека:Divoš_005.jpg Commons]
 
 
** Crepaja (#52) - In the center of the village, in the park north of the church, there are several monuments. A monument to the victims and fighters of World War II. Two prominent fighters: Jova Zebeljan - Zeba and Mita Zivkov - Lala.
 
** Crepaja (#52) - In the center of the village, in the park north of the church, there are several monuments. A monument to the victims and fighters of World War II. Two prominent fighters: Jova Zebeljan - Zeba and Mita Zivkov - Lala.
 
** Vranje (#53) - There is a monument near the Vranje Parliamentary Church dedicated to the suffering during the Bulgarian occupation in World War I and II. Recently, a relief was installed with the image of Duke Bojovic.
 
** Vranje (#53) - There is a monument near the Vranje Parliamentary Church dedicated to the suffering during the Bulgarian occupation in World War I and II. Recently, a relief was installed with the image of Duke Bojovic.
** Vizić (#55) - Monuments to the Victims and Soldiers in World War II. In addition, a few kilometers from the village of Vizić to the east, in front of the entrance to the monastery is a monument at the site where on October 14, 1943, 72 inhabitants - fighters and civilians - of the villages of Vizić and Đipša were laid. [https://sr.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%94%D0%B0%D1%82%D0%BE%D1%82%D0%B5%D0%BA%D0%B0:Manastir_%C4%90ip%C5%A1a,_jun_2018._947.jpg Commons] - To the victims of Ustasha on October 14, 1943. (https://sr.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%A1%D0%BF%D0%B8%D1%81%D0%B0%D0%BA_%D1%81%D0%BF%D0%BE%D0%BC%D0%B5%D0%BD%D0%B8%D0%BA%D0%B0_%D0%9D%D0%9E%D0%91_%D1%83_%D0%92%D0%BE%D1%98%D0%B2%D0%BE%D0%B4%D0%B8%D0%BD%D0%B8)
 
** Susek (#55) - center of village, modest monument - an obelisk with a five-pointed star at the top. All sides of the monument are filled with inscribed names. The population of Sussek would have been larger had it not been for the Second World War when 336 villagers of this settlement were killed. A memorial was erected in the center of Sussex to these fallen fighters. In the park opposite the monument, a written artillery gun was installed in place of children's play equipment. [https://sr.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%94%D0%B0%D1%82%D0%BE%D1%82%D0%B5%D0%BA%D0%B0:Susek_31.8.2018_170.jpg Commons]
 
 
** Bajša (#60) - A monument to fallen soldiers and victims of fascist terror with 16 names and text in Serbian, Hungarian and Slovak is located in the park next to the castle of the noble Zako family.
 
** Bajša (#60) - A monument to fallen soldiers and victims of fascist terror with 16 names and text in Serbian, Hungarian and Slovak is located in the park next to the castle of the noble Zako family.
 
** Kać (#62) - in the center of the village, across from the church. The partisan figure in the foreground, less often used in this way as a motif of the National Liberation War. On the back are the Zmaj - Jovini verses. [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:%D0%A1%D0%BF%D0%BE%D0%BC%D0%B5%D0%BD%D0%B8%D0%BA_%D0%BD%D0%B0_%D0%A1%D0%B8%D0%B3%D0%B5%D1%82%D1%83.jpg Commons]
 
** Kać (#62) - in the center of the village, across from the church. The partisan figure in the foreground, less often used in this way as a motif of the National Liberation War. On the back are the Zmaj - Jovini verses. [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:%D0%A1%D0%BF%D0%BE%D0%BC%D0%B5%D0%BD%D0%B8%D0%BA_%D0%BD%D0%B0_%D0%A1%D0%B8%D0%B3%D0%B5%D1%82%D1%83.jpg Commons]

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General

Bosnia

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All Partisab hospitals in Bosnia

Research in Progress

  • http://www.drinic.rs.ba/cirilica/runolist.htm - Memorial to a partisan hospital, "In World War II, in the heart of Klekovaca, there was a central partisan hospital. There is a crypt at the site (pictured left) in Jasikovac to commemorate the 226 soldiers who died in the hospital. In a part of Klekovača called Kuk, there is a memorial plaque for 65 civilians from Drinic and Bukovaca who were shot by fascists in 1943 (pictured right)." https://sh.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drinić "An improvised hospital with a capacity of over 600 beds was built in Klekovača at Jasikovac, which housed mostly typhoid patients. During the Fourth Offensive, the hospital was bombed by aircraft and ceased operations." (http://www.znaci.net/00003/684.pdf) "600-square-foot hospital is being built in Klekovača as a specialty hospital of the proletarian brigades". Pic here: https://turizamrs.org/en/drinic/, it's called Jasikovac, More info here: http://znaci.net/00001/256_11.pdf. Oral history: https://www.facebook.com/notes/pokret-za-stvaranje-nove-jugoslavije/d41d8cd9/202152826552994 Location (https://alemjag.wordpress.com/2013/01/14/prilog-historiji-bosanskopetrovackog-planinarskog-djelovanja/): The house in Jasikovac is located on the northern slopes of Velika Klekovača, not far from where the largest partisan hospital was located during the war, 800 meters west of the monument in Jasikovac. APPROACH: Pedestrian access: From Ostrelje via the former railway line to the Vrletina railway station (9 km) and then the old Jasice railway (4 km). Car access: From Ostrelje along the forest road through Lom to Vrletina (16 km), then the old Jasic railway. From Bos. Petrovac can be reached by car through Drinić (9 km asphalt) and then via forest road over Vrletina (24 km). EXCURSIONS AND TOURS: It takes 3.5 hours to reach the summit of Velika Klekovača, but the route has not yet been fully marked. The house is located an hour's walk from the Lomma rainforest, which can be reached by the sign of the "Partisan Doctors" transversal which ends at Ostrelje. There is some sort of structure, which might be the mountain hut, visible at 44.451169, 16.527139. Elevation is indeed ca. 1100m, distances seem to correspond, nearby is the spring of Jasikovacko Vrelo. The rest is forest road, and any structure is covered by trees.

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Croatia

Single Hints

General Hints

Macedonia

  • Grabul, Jordan - Spomenik Prvoj makedonsko-kosovskoj brigadi, Slivovo - except for the mention on only the serbian wikipedia site, no further info found on the web of location, shape or size.
  • Rađenović, Radovan - Spomen češma, fontana – Mavrovski partizanski odred – Mavrovo

Montenegro

Serbia

Only hints, no research done yet

Research in Progress

  • http://www.vojvodina.cafe/showthread.php/10753-Na%C5%A1a-spomen-obele%C5%BEja/page4
    • Crepaja (#52) - In the center of the village, in the park north of the church, there are several monuments. A monument to the victims and fighters of World War II. Two prominent fighters: Jova Zebeljan - Zeba and Mita Zivkov - Lala.
    • Vranje (#53) - There is a monument near the Vranje Parliamentary Church dedicated to the suffering during the Bulgarian occupation in World War I and II. Recently, a relief was installed with the image of Duke Bojovic.
    • Bajša (#60) - A monument to fallen soldiers and victims of fascist terror with 16 names and text in Serbian, Hungarian and Slovak is located in the park next to the castle of the noble Zako family.
    • Kać (#62) - in the center of the village, across from the church. The partisan figure in the foreground, less often used in this way as a motif of the National Liberation War. On the back are the Zmaj - Jovini verses. Commons
    • Stapar (#64) - The building in the center of the village houses a memorial of the regiment erected in 1951. This obelisk in the park in the center is of a later date.
    • Martinci (#65) - In the center of the village, less than a hundred meters away, there are two features. Monument at the crossroads in the center of the village. There is a fountain between the monument and the harmonious cross of 1898. From here you can see another site with several memorials. At the top of the board, partially covered with a wreath, are the names of the most prominent fighters. Behind the bust is the House of Culture, which bears the name of Jovanka Gabošac. In addition to the panel of the NOB, there is one that remembers fighters from the recent wars. Commons
    • Morović (#65) - The monument in the center of Morovic, equally distant from the Bosut and Studva rivers, is very simple. A plaque on a building near the monument. Commons, https://sr.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%A1%D0%BF%D0%B8%D1%81%D0%B0%D0%BA_%D1%81%D0%BF%D0%BE%D0%BC%D0%B5%D0%BD%D0%B8%D0%BA%D0%B0_%D0%9D%D0%9E%D0%91_%D1%83_%D0%92%D0%BE%D1%98%D0%B2%D0%BE%D0%B4%D0%B8%D0%BD%D0%B8
    • Varvarin Selo (#67) - Freedom Fighters Memorial 1810-1945: a memorial to warriors from the First Serbian Uprising, the wars of 1912-18. and the NOB. On the wings of the monument are the names of warriors from the wars of 1912-18; at the top, NOB fighters and victims of fascism, and below, on the central part, a memorial to the Barbarian battle with a shorter description. The monument was erected in 1986 by the citizens and the Alliance of Warriors of the National Liberation War.
    • Bešenovo (#68) - A small complex of memorials to NOB fighters and victims of fascism is located on and in front of the building of the Agricultural Cooperative - dilapidated as well as landmarks. There is a memorial plaque on the building with just under 200 names of all Beshenovans - without isolating whether they fell as fighters or victims of fascism. The village now has just over 900 inhabitants. Prominent fighters are dedicated to this special part in front of the building. Several of them are from the Niksic family.
    • Grgurevci (#70) - The monument to the fallen soldiers and victims of the fascist terror at Orašje in Grgurevci is located at the end of the village (at the entrance to Grgurevci from Suljm), where the occupier shot and killed 343 villagers in retaliation on June 6, 1942. The monument was erected by the NOR Alliance for the 10th anniversary of this plague. The monument belongs to the type of public monuments and memorials of the National Liberation War. On a square pedestal of hewn stone lined with marble slabs, there is a bronze figure of a fighter, made in a workshop called "Plastika" in Belgrade. The author of the monument is unknown. A marble plaque with engraved verses by Branko Radicevic was placed on a pedestal of carved stone Commons
    • Jagodina (#76) - Crypt 1,170 Red Army Men - Jagodina - Southwest of Jagodina, on the road leading to the Josanica Monastery, is a ossuary around which a smaller park is erected Marked on gmaps. Monument to the National Hero Milan Mijalković - Čiči On the same road, which is a kilometer from Jagodina in the village Dragocvet (?), Is a monument to Milan Mijalković - Čiči
    • Čelarevo (#77) - Monument to the People's Hero Zdravko Čelar after whom the village of Čib was renamed. Alongside the statue of Zdravko Čelar are also plaques bearing the names of the dead from the area from which new Čelarev residents were colonized. I suppose that with the original bent feature, the fountain was later rebuilt.
    • Mačvanska Mitrovica (#79)
      • The National Liberation War monument. In the background is a pedestrian bridge for Sremska Mitrovica. The memorial is dedicated to fallen fighters and victims.
      • Memorial cemetery between Mačvanska Mitrovica and Zasavica. The right memorial was erected by the Jews and the text is in Serbian and Hebrew. The plaque states that about 900 people were shot dead by fascists on the Sava coast, some hundred meters away, in October 1941, and that the remains of 800 victims were transported and buried here after the war.
      • There are also several memorials to individuals. And one unusual monument - a cross and a five-pointed star with a sickle and a hammer. It may have been the site marked before the erection of that double monument. The memorial complex is next to the shipyard in Mačvanska Mitrovica.
    • Zagajica (#80) - two memorials in the park next to the church and the local office.
    • Prhovo (#81) - The memorial in Prhovo is actually a small complex consisting of a monument with a sculpture by Jovan Soldatović, a bust of Voje Jovanović - Tome, all in front of the village Memorial Reading Room. A house with a memorial pole that says that the first pedagogical counseling for teachers - partisans - was held near the memorial.
    • Vojka (#81) - The NOB monument is in the center of the village. It is a relief beside which the figure of a fighter is in Paori opanci.
    • road Šajkaš - Mošorin (#83) - The monument at the site of the death of partisan and national heroe Ilije Nešin is located by the road Šajkaš - Mošorin, at the foot of Titelski breg. I knew about the monument earlier, but I didn't 'find' it to paint it until the flight path was extended in 2012. It looks like the bush near the road has until recently hidden the monument from view.
    • Buđanovci (no further info) #87 Commons - Spomenik palim borcima i žrtvama rata (https://sr.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%A1%D0%BF%D0%B8%D1%81%D0%B0%D0%BA_%D1%81%D0%BF%D0%BE%D0%BC%D0%B5%D0%BD%D0%B8%D0%BA%D0%B0_%D0%9D%D0%9E%D0%91_%D1%83_%D0%92%D0%BE%D1%98%D0%B2%D0%BE%D0%B4%D0%B8%D0%BD%D0%B8)
    • Ljuba #91 - Ljuba is a village between Erdevik and Ilok. The monument is in a park in front of a Roman Catholic church. Commons
    • Bačko Dušanovo #96 - It is not a monument in terms of this theme, and it is located in B. Dusanovo not far from the National Liberation War monument and the site where the Orthodox Church is being built.
    • Đurđin (no further info) #96
    • Orlovat #97 - In the park north of the church is a monument to volunteers killed in World War I, and in front of the church, in the other part of the park is a monument to the National Liberation War. In the upper part are the names of the victims from Orlovat and in the lower part are the killed soldiers. These individual monuments were erected by family members pic on gmaps
    • Futog: no further info. Commons
    • Batajnica #100 - In addition to the National Liberation War memorial, there are two memorial plaques: one related to the National Liberation War and the other a memorial to pilots.
    • more or less done from above link:


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  • http://www.vojvodina.cafe/showthread.php/10753-Na%C5%A1a-spomen-obele%C5%BEja/page3
    • Partizanko Put in Fruska Gora(#38, 39, 40) - The construction of the more modern road, called the Partisan Road, took place from the mid-1950s until the end of the 1970s. At the same time, it was a road - a road and a monument. The entire length of the road is marked by: granite cubes with the same text (when it comes to the places where individual units or some of the events were located), identical graves or tombstones ... Obviously, parts of the same monument were conceived.
    • Neštin (#44) - the post also mentions a corresponding memorial on the Bačka Palanka side of the river: On the Bačka side, by the road from Backa Palanka to Novi Sad, 2-3 km. from the exit from Palanka and near the Poloj forest, it is a monument in the stylized form of a boat that commemorates the same - the trans-Danube partisan connection of Backa and Srem. On the pages of the main monument are plaques with the names of the victims of fascism and fighters. Nothing visible with streetview along the main road. There is a Motel Poloj east of the town.
  • https://web.archive.org/web/20150924023416/http://www.graduzice.org/userfiles/files/istorijskiikulturnispomeniciod1945do1975.pdf, pg 16-19
    • "Both sites where the first companies of the Uzice Partisan Detachment were established in July 1941 are marked with monuments. The monument at the site of the formation of the company "Radoje Maric" is located on one bank in Tatinec above Tito's Uzice, and on the spot where the company "Milos Markovic" was formed on the same day in Jasikovac on Jelova Gora, a monument was erected on July 27, 1969. rail rails, seven feet high." (pg 15) - The first Uzice company "Radoje Maric" was founded on July 28, 1941 on the Tatinac hill above Uzice in the presence of instructor Mijalkovic. This company numbered about 22 fighters on the day of its establishment. At the beginning of August, she made several diversions in the vicinity of Uzice and then retreated to the campsite southeast of Uzice, on the hill Drežnička gradina. By then, the company had already grown to about 40 fighters. (https://sr.wikipedia.org/sr-el/%D0%9C%D0%B8%D0%BB%D0%B0%D0%BD_%D0%9C%D0%B8%D1%98%D0%B0%D0%BB%D0%BA%D0%BE%D0%B2%D0%B8%D1%9B) -
      • There is a bus stop called Tatinac in a small village NE of Uzice at 43.872691,19.862748, and yes, there's a hill. There is also a road called Tatinac at 43.864177,19.850029 in Uzice itself. also a hilly location.Neither location shows a structure corresponding with a 7 feet monument, but there's lots of trees. Ca. 2km between the two locations.
      • Trivial, traditional, estimated - There is a mountain peak called Jelova Gora not far from Kadinajaca. One pic shows a small traditional memorial at a sharp turn a gravel forest road which might correspond with coords 43.945468, 19.762053
    • Not found with streetview along the main road from Bela Zemlja to Uzice - On the road that goes from Tito's Uzice to Zlatibor, on Bela Zemlja, there is a metal monument, which marks the partisan column.
    • Not found with streetview along the main road from Bela Zemlja to Uzice - On the Zlatibor road are monuments marking the places where on November 29, 1941, when departing from Uzice, national heroes Dragojlo Dudić and Želimir Đurić were killed. (pic on page 16)
    • Estimated,very small village - shape/size unknown, probably traditional/trivial - Volujac. - There is a memorial fountain in front of the cooperative shop, with the names of 21 fighters and victims. Pic on page 17. A bigger building in the center of the village is located at 43.894908,19.770955. Nothing really visible on gmaps.
    • Exact location unknown, probably small/traditional - There is a neighbourhood in Uzice called Krčagovo - There is a memorial fountain on Medina Hill with the names of 17 missing soldiers and war victims. There is a foresty hill with a barracks. Nothing indicated on gmaps about the memorial.
    • Location probably found, shape/size unknown - Krvavci - In front of the new school building is a memorial park with a complex of monuments, which lists the names of 51 fighters, including three national heroes, and 58 victims of fascist terror from this and neighboring villages. The school is marked on gmaps. There is a park in front of it at 43.817113, 19.922639, but it has lots of trees, so shape & size of the eemorials are still unknown.
    • Location unknown, village is very widespread, no clear distinguisible center Traditional/Minor/Neglected - Ribaševina. - At the intersection in the center of the town is a monument to the fighters of the revolution. Pic from gmaps. Possible candidate for the "intersection" is at 43.940777, 19.870219.
    • Location unknown, shape/size unknown, widespread village - Ravni - Memorial - A plaque on the co-operative home contains 47 names of killed soldiers and war victims. Special memorials were erected in places where Chetniks committed atrocities in two instances. Few bigger buildings around 43.721128, 19.879118, this might be the center? Or maybe here? 43.734301, 19.909740

Slovenia