Bane Gajic, on his Facebook profile, published photos of alleged crimes of Austrian army over Serbian army prisoners and civilians in WWI. According to him, these photos originate from the old archives.
Numerous photos of executions of Serbian soldiers who were captives of Austro-Hungarian army were published on Facebook, by Bane Gajic . Though prisoners of war, it did not stop Austrian units to kill them, after the occupation of Serbia in World War I, in 1915.
Photos originate from Austrian archives and personal archives. Images were taken at Krusevac, Uzice, Cacak, and in many other Serbian cities.
”There are many more photos, in the legacy of Rista Marjanovic. The photo from Krusevac has a signature of war photographer of Serbian Supreme Command, Rista Marjanovic”, said Bane Gajic.
Marjanovic was head of the group that, by the orders of Prince Aleksandar Karadjordjevic I, collected and processed photos of crimes found at captured and killed Austrian soldiers.
Austrian unit posing over dead bodies of Serbian soldiers:
”Hanging of Serbs by the Austrians in Krusevac”, writes on the picture below:
Austrian army hanging a group of Serbian soldiers:
Austrian doctor, always present during executions and can be seen on pictures, examining the body of a dead soldier, in order to determine that he is dead: