The program aimed at reconstructing the monetary system and the strategy of Yugoslavia’s economic recovery could fare like a cinema audience after World War Two in Bulgaria: it was announced that a Swedish erotic film would be shown free of charge, but it turned out that the film was a Russian war epic and that […]

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