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    Istocni dio opstine Tuzla, sela Pozarnica, Gornji Caklovici i Simin Han je do pocetka gradjansko-vjerskog rata u Bosni i Hercegovini bio naseljen iskljucivo srpskim stanovnistvom, koje je usljed ratnih dejstava i politike etnickog ciscenja Srba od strane Vlade Bosne i Hercegovine protjerano i raselilo se sirom srpskih zemalja, Zapadne Evrope, Sjeverne Amerike i Australije.    

    Ova genealoska struktura je zapis i svjedocanstvo o porodicama koje su naseljevale ovu oblast na juznim obroncima planine Majevice i njihovom vijekovnom prisustvu na ovom prostoru, koje je mozda zauvijek prekinuto na surov i nepravedan nacin.

    Pozarnica je potpuno, a Gornji Caklovici i Simin Han djelimicno, razorena, unistena i opljackana tokom i poslije rata, od strane muslimanskih komsija i dosljaka.  Poslije 2000. jedan mali dio stanovnistva - mahom starijih ljudi - se zahvaljujuci odredbama Dejtonskog sporazuma i pomoci medjunarodnih organizacija vratio i obnovio svoje kuce u dijelovima Pozarnice, dok su Gornji Caklovici i Simin Han naseljeni muslimanskim zivljem.

     Rodovi ovih sela, koja su vijekovima zivjeli kao jedna demografska cjelina, su neraskidivo krvno povezani i iako su domacinstva, porodice i zaseoci rastureni i raseljeni po citavom svijetu, snazne veze izmedju njih i dalje zive, a zivi i sjecanje na zajednicko porijeklo i rodnu grudu sa koje su protjerani.

    Danas, ovom internet prezentacijom, mi zelimo da ocuvamo konkretne podatke o ovim porodicnim vezama i pozivamo sve Srbe koji poticu iz naseg kraja da nam se pridruze, daju svoj doprinos, upisu imena svojih predaka, brace, rodjaka i tako pomognu razgranavanju ove genealoske strukture da ukljuci sve porodice ovog kraja.


    Up to the beginning of the civil-religious war in Bosnia-Herzegovina, eastern part of Tuzla municipality, villages of Pozarnica, Upper Caklovici and Simin Han, was inhabited exclusively by Serbian population that, due to war operations and the politics of ethnic cleansing of Serbs by the Government of Bosnia-Herzegovina, expelled and resettled itself across other Serbian lands, Western Europe, North America and Australia.
    This genealogical structure is a note and a testament about the families that inhabited this area located at the southern foothills of the Majevica mountain and their centuries-long presence in these part that was, perhaps forever, terminated in a cruel and unjust manner.
    Pozarnica was totally - and Upper Caklovici and Simin Han partially - devastated, razed and looted by its Muslim neighbors and immigrants during and after the war.  After 2000, a tiny fraction of the population - mostly elderly people - returned and rebuilt their homes thanks to the clauses of the Dayton Peace Accord and the assistance of international humanitarian groups, while Upper Caklovici and Simin Han were settled by Muslim population.
    Families of these villages - which for centuries lives as one demographic entity - are permanently related by blood and although households, families and hamlets were broken up and resettled all over the globe, the strong connections between persisted, as well as the memory of the common ancestry and the birthplace they were expelled from.
    Today, with this internet presentation, we hope to preserve hard evidence on these family family relationships and we invite all the Serbs that descend from our parts to join us, to give their contribution, to write in the names of their ancestors, brothers, cousins and that way help the branching out of this genealogical structure to include all the families of these parts.

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