All checkpoints are different. Some people have erected barricades, while others are lying in ditches and backyards or just standing in the middle of a street. The guide would make his presence known with a familiar whistle. The inhabitants of Obilic – workers, clerks, shopkeepers and merchants, have been on the alert for months. They […]
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