Many do not know the horror of the Jasenovac concentration camp in Croatia’s Slavonia region, but it considered one of the most brutal and notorious concentration camps, run by the WWII Croatian pro-Nazi government. Holocaust Institute Historian-in-Chief Gideon Greif discusses his book on the camp with host Eylon Levy.
NAZI FIREARMS LAW AND THE DISARMING OF THE GERMAN JEWS
17 Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law, No. 3, 483-535 (2000)
Stephen P. Halbrook*
Jews Forbidden to Possess Weapons
By Order of SS Reichsführer Himmler
Munich, November 10 
The SS Reichsführer and German Police Chief has issued the following Order:
Persons who, according to the Nürnberg law, are regarded as Jews, are forbidden to possess any weapon. Violaters will be condemned to a concentration camp and imprisoned for a period of up to 20 years.
“At that time there were as many Serbs as Englishmen now. Today, there are ten time less Serbs than then.
Where are they? They died, protecting Europe…”