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Bringing back Serbia to her greatness

Serbia’s post-WWII history has been manipulated to satisfy and justify the political and social ambitions of the dark forces that killed General Mihailovich. By Aleksandra Rebic On a summer day after the end of World War Two, dark forces took…

The Remains of Mihailovich

Aleksandra Rebic | The day may soon arrive when remains of the Serbian WWII hero, General Mihailovich, will be found but once the remains are found, then what? It won’t be long now. In March of 2010 a group of…

The Legacy of the 1941 Kragujevac Massacre

Aleksandra Rebic | 68 years later, Kragujevac Massacre of Serbian civilians by the Nazis still stands out as a singular examples of man’s capacity for inhumanity. Following the successful organized uprising, the first of its kind in occupied Europe, by…

Remembering Serbia’s royal legacy

By Aleksandra Rebic | The assassination of Serbia’s King Alexander paved the way for the Nazi genocide of Serbs and Jews in WWII. October 9, 2009 marks the 75th anniversary of the assassination of King Alexander I of Yugoslavia. This…