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Welcome to our educational website, dedicated to shedding light on a pivotal chapter of our recent history. Our mission is to inform and enlighten future generations, offering a comprehensive resource for all who wish to delve deeper into the complexities of our shared past.


Crafting this site has been a journey of dedication and continuous development. While we are proud of our progress, please note that this is an ongoing project, with new content and insights being added regularly. Our goal is to foster a world of greater understanding and compassion through education, believing firmly in the power of knowledge to bridge divides.


It is our collective responsibility to remember the lessons history has taught us, ensuring that the atrocities of the past are never repeated. Join us in this endeavor to create a more inclusive and empathetic world.


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Featured monument

Tjentiste War Memorial

Tjentište, Bosnia and Herzegovina (43.3483, 18.6906)

Erected in the 1970s, the twin fractal walls of the memorial stand in solemn remembrance of Operation Fall Schwarz, also known as the Battle of Sutjeska. This pivotal moment in World War II saw the Axis forces attempting to decimate a group of Yugoslav partisans and capture their leader. Despite being the second endeavor to employ this strategy, the Axis forces failed as the majority of the Yugoslav forces, along with their leader, managed to elude capture, rendering the Nazi plan unsuccessful.

However, the battle was marked by profound loss, as the retreat did not succeed for the three brigades and the central hospital with over 2000 wounded. On Hitler's order, the German Chief General Alexander Löhr ordered the execution of all partisans, including unarmed wounded and medical staff. The partisan forces suffered heavy losses in the offensive, with as much as a third of the participating Yugoslav partisans falling in battle (~7543).

The Tjentiste War Memorial was constructed to commemorate not only the thwarting of the Nazi objective but also the significant human cost. Mirroring the architectural trend of the 1970s in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the monument is a stark, angular structure of grey concrete. Despite its brutalist design and the somber history it represents, the Tjentiste War Memorial exudes a compelling, majestic aura, underscoring the resilience and spirit of those it honors.

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From Darwin to Hitler: Evolutionary Ethics, Eugenics and Racism in Germany

“They want to be the agents, not the victims, of history. They identify with God's power and believe they are godlike. That is their basic madness. They are overcome by some archtype; their egos have expanded psychotically so that they cannot tell where they begin and the godhead leaves off. It is not hubris, not pride; it is inflation of the ego to its ultimate — confusion between him who worships and that which is worshipped. Man has not eaten God; God has eaten man.”

Philip K. Dick
The Man in the High Castle

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