|Location||Blagaj, Kordun region, Independent State of Croatia|
|Date||9 May 1941|
The Blagaj massacre refers to the May 1941 mass killing of 400 Serbs by members of the Ustaše in the village of Blagaj in the Kordun region of the Independent State of Croatia during World War II. The victims were drawn from the village of Veljun and its surroundings. This massacre was the second mass crime committed by the Ustaše after they came to power. The massacre was committed by a group under the direct command of Vjekoslav Luburić.
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