According to a story, Belgrade was the gayest city in Europe during World War II. And nothing has essentially changed. Except that the war then was much more official and the “allies” did not just threaten to bomb. “I don’t want to hear anything more about the Serbs. I’ve seen everything”, said an American in […]

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