Greek Volunteers and Golden Dawn members during operations in the Srebrenica massacre, July 1995





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Published on Jun 12, 2015

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Two video scenes taken from unpublished, forgotten footage filmed by well-known international news agencies, like Associated Press, during the operations of the Bosnian Serb troops and paramilitaries in July of 1995 in Srebrenica.

From an XYZ Contagion study, based on 20 years of research, entitled:

'The Srebrenica massacre, the Greek Volunteer Guard (EEF) and the involvement of Golden Dawn,' which contains exclusive new evidence presented for the first time in Greece and internationally.

All English material: Some key parts & a translation of a main article on the role of GVG in English:

- The Srebrenica massacre and the role of Greek volunteers: A revealing survey by XYZ Contagion

This study contains evidence that proves that Golden Dawn members and functionaries and other Greeks fascists of the so-called Greek Volunteer Guard (EEF) were actually there. Not simply 'somewhere near Srebrenica', but they were at the exact locations, at the football fields and meadows and abandoned warehouses, while the mass executions of 8,000+ POWs and unarmed civilians took place, at the exact time of the killings.


On 11 July 1995, ten members of the Greek Volunteer Guard and an eleventh Greek serving in a death squad unit invaded Srebrenica, along with Ratko Mladic's troops and paramilitaries. Five of them can be seen at 00:17 in the footage. Their names are Spyros Tzanopoulos (EEF sergeant and member of the central committee of the neonazi Golden Dawn gang), Anna Florin, K. Kyriakidis, G. Lymperidis and Charalambos Dimoulas. The same five men, together with another two Greeks, Tryfonas Vasiliadis (EEF deputy commander) and Dimitris Zavitsanos (EEF master sergeant) can be seen at 00:44 of the footage.

Also in the area around the same time was the EEF's Greek commander Antonios Mitkos, as can be seen at 02:50 in a photograph along with the EEF’s Serb commander, who used the pseudonym Duga Puska, and Ratko Mladic himself.

You can see a photo of all ten of them at 01:10. The names of the other two volunteers were Konstantinos Kaltsounis and Vasilios Schizas, who can be seen again at 02:37 in the video, joking around with a pig's head, meant as an insult to Muslims.

There's also a photograph of them, at 01:28, which was taken on the actual street where Mladic's troops entered Srebrenica that 11 July 1995.

The 11th Greek who participated in the invasion of Srebrenica was Angelos Latsios (aka Andjelko Todorovic), a completely different story. He was a member, along with another Greek, of an elite death squad, the notorious 10th Sabotage Detachment. The 10. Diverzantski Odred carried out 1,200 executions of Bosniaks in 5 hours, for 5 deutschmarks a head. The 10th SD was under the direct orders of infamous war criminals like Mladic, Tolimir, Salapura, Beara, Pelemis, Franc Kos, etc. This squad had 'contracts with a licence to kill', according to the Humanitarian Law Center (Fond za Humanitarno Pravo) dossier on the 10th SD (entitled 'Dosije: 10. diverzantski odred Glavnog staba vojske Republike Srpske', Sarajevo, August 2011).

In the above video, you can see footage of them on their way to organise ambushes and burn houses, again along with paramilitary soldiers. Insignia can be seen of both the EEF and the elite death Squad, the 10th SD, as smoke rises from the background, a clear sign that some houses had been set on fire a short time before. Next, there's footage of a squad of 7 EEF members on the day of the killings, 13 July, again along with the notorious 10th SD paramilitary death squad. Four members of this squad were convicted to 40-43 years’ imprisonment for war crimes and mass executions of unarmed civilians at the exact same football field where, on the same day and around the same time, the Greek volunteers and their Serb commander were present, taking photographs of prisoners (or dead prisoners).

The security chief of the Bosnian Serb Army (VRS), the military intelligence chief and other officers were there too. They have all been convicted. The security chief demanded that the photographs be handed up because they were evidence of the massacre, but Mladic had ordered that nothing was to be documented. The Serb commander of the EEF refused to give him these photographs. So, these images probably exist. Can they be the same photographs depicting the corpses of Muslim civilians that the Greek police uncovered in 2003 during a search of the home of a former volunteer who was being investigated for smuggling drugs and weapons?

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