When a German schoolgirl was asked in class after World War Two, what was Hitler’s greatest crime, she answered naively: “The fact that he lost the war.” This is one of the things Dordje Marjanovic, a professor at the Faculty of Law in Skopje said in early September 1991. The question asked was can Franjo […]

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