Monument to victims of raids, Novi Sad, Vojvodina, Serbia
in 1942 on the territory of Backa, which was then under the occupier, it happened the mass execution of Serbs, Jews and Roma by the Hungarian authorities. This liquidation is called the Novi Sad raid or Novi Sad Raid. It was conducted from 21 to 23 January, and is therefore also called the “January raid”. Mass has executed over 1,300 people in the Danube graves and missing during the raids, a total of 4,000 Serbs, Jews and Roma. On the town quay, now known as Kay victims of raids, erected a monument to victims of raids in memory of the pogrom. Monument is a bronze composition 4 meters high, referred to as “family” for representing the human silhouette with children. It was discovered in 1971, and its author is sculptor Jovan Soldatović which he completed with another 78 bronze plate 1992.