“Once I truly believed in Milosevic,” a high-ranking officer in Belgrade said. “Now I was the first to start making noise in my building during the main evening news.” Marija (16) lives in an army barrack in Belgrade. Her father is a Yugoslav Army (VJ) officer who left a three room apartment in Ljubljana. She […]
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