The fifth issue of Tragovi includes nine texts and four original scientific papers. Tihomir Ponoš writes about crimes committed against citizens of Serbian nationality in Sisak in 1991. Milan Radanović investigates the suffering of the population of the municipality of Crkveni Bok in World War II and the role “Ustasha from Jasenovac” had in the crimes against the local population. In a comprehensive study based on detailed analysis of two letters, one dating back to 1824 and the other to 1825, Nenad Filipović examines the history of Sarajevo, Mostar, and Dubrovnik at the end of 18th and the beginning of 19th century. By using the example of Strahinja Petrović, an actor who was both from Zagreb and Belgrade, Snježana Banović details the connections between Croatian and Serbian theatre.