Slovenia: “Children of Petriček Hill”

Jennifer Dorroh writes about the Children of Petriček Hill documentary: “During the months after Germany surrendered in WWII, the Yugoslav government separated more than 90 children from their mothers and fathers at camps in northeastern Slovenia. While the children were detained at one camp, many of their parents were executed as enemies of the state at another one nearby. Sixty-two years later, a dozen of these survivors speak out […].”

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