104 well known Belgrade’s citizens were murdered by Tit’s Army as some sort of a revenge in November 1944, when Belgrade was liberated from German occupation. The accusation was national betrayal, but as it seams, there were no legal trials, as it was stated at the time. This is a story on one of them […]

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