Tuesday, April 21, 2015

VIDEO/AUDIO / Da li ste ikada ČULI DRAŽIN GLAS? Evo kako je govorio ČETNIČKI ĐENERAL [MIHAILOVICH na sudu 1946] / "Telegraf" April 19, 2015

Telegraf. rs
April 19, 2015

Suđenje četničkom vođi Draži Mihajloviću i danas izaziva i otvara polemike najpre o regularnosti, a sačuvani audio zapis, delimično otkriva atmosferu sa ovog procesa ali i boju glasa Čiče.

Foto: Arhivska fotografija
 
O generalu Jugoslovenske vojske u otadžbini Dragoljubu Draži Mihailoviću ispričane su mnoge priče, ali ono što većina Srba nikada nije čula je njegov glas. Telegraf.rs vam zato otkriva boju glasa čoveka kog obožava većina građana u Srbiji a nikad mu tona nije čula!
 
U audio snimku sa suđenja đeneralu Draži može se otkriti, pored atmosfere sa ovog procesa i boja glasa četničkog vođe.

USTAŠE BRANE SRBIMA DA REHABILITUJU ČIČU: Ispovest DRAŽINOG UNUKA koja će ZAPALITI Srbiju! (FOTO)

Na pitanje sudije da li ste vi 23.juna 1944. godine izdali naređenje za pet vaših korpusa da u Šumadiji pristupe uništenju partizana i simpatizera, general Draža odgovara:

– Uništenje, naređenje?… Svi su vojnici moraju da razumeju kakav je postupak prema svome stanovništvu,  prema zarobljenima, to oni mora da znaju.

EVO ZAŠTO SRBI NIKADA NEĆE PRONAĆI DRAŽIN GROB: Titov DRUG ni na SAMRTI nije priznao gde je SAHRANJEN ČIČA!



Foto: Miloslav Samardžic/Album đenerala Draže
 
Iako je prošlo skoro 70 godina od suđenja četnikom vođi Draži Mihailoviću, još uvek se vode polemike da li je ono bilo pravedno ili montirano.

SAMO SRBI HAPSE SVOJE GENERALE: Evo koje su bile POSLEDNJE REČI Draže Mihailovića! (FOTO)


Suđenje je trajalo od 1. juna do 13. jula 1946. godine u sali Gardijanskog doma u Topčideru.

Draža Mihajlović je streljan sa još devet osuđenika 18. jula 1946 godine.

SRBIJA ISPRAVLJA NEPRAVDU: Draža će biti REHABILITOVAN 14. maja!

Poslušajte kako je govorio đeneral Draža i kakav je glas imao:


Draža Mihailović - Suđenje (1946)
Posted on You Tube by "The Darco"
Published on Dec 5, 2013
- (Audio) -
General Dragoljub Draža Mihailović (27. April 1893 -- 17. Jul 1946)
General Mihailović je 15 . jula 1946 . godine osuđen na smrt streljanjem , trajan gubitak političkih i građanskih prava kao i oduzimanje celokupne imovine . Streljan je na nepoznatom mestu 17 . jula 1946. godine. Ni danas se ne zna gde je tačno grob generala Draže.




https://youtu.be/YPObgGuyBeY

http://www.telegraf.rs/vesti/politika/1521626-da-li-ste-ikada-culi-drazin-glas-evo-kako-je-govorio-cetnicki-djeneral-video


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Thursday, April 16, 2015

Washington premiere! / “KINGDOM OF YUGOSLAVIA DURING WORLD WAR II” by Miloslav Samardzic to be screened on Sunday April 19, 2015 / (In Serbian with English subtitles)


MOVIE PREMIERE:

“KINGDOM OF YUGOSLAVIA DURING WWII
(in Serbian with English subtitles)

Premiere of the movie “Kingdom of Yugoslavia during World War 2” by Miloslav Samardzic, will be shown on:

Sunday April 19, 2015

at

St. Luke Serbian Orthodox Church
10660 River Road, Potomac, Maryland 20854
after the Liturgy and Coffee Hour

(To start around 12 p.m.)

All donations are welcomed, and Mr. Samardzic is donating 100% of the proceeds to paying off our Church mortgage.
St. Luke Serbian Orthodox Church
10660 River Road
Potomac, MD 20854
Phone: 301.299.2704
Fax: 301.576.5664
E-mail: info@svluka.org
Web site: www.SvLuka.org


http://kingdom-of-yugoslavia-in-ww2.com/screening-in-washington/

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Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Part 2 / “CHETNIKS” by Jozo Tomasevich: The Fallacy that Endures - Part Two / By Miloslav Samardžić

The Kingdom of Yugoslavia in World War II
CHETNIKS” by Jozo Tomasevich: The Fallacy that Endures - Part Two
By Miloslav Samardzic
April 14, 2015
 
A textbook on manipulation -
Tomašević and his reviewers did not use the most important German wartime documents, but that tale served a purpose along with variety of tricks.


Jozo Tomasevich 1986
 
 
Another test would be to question whether Tomašević enumerated and described the German operations against the Chetniks during 1941-1944. They numbered 34, he does not. He mentions them in passing, whilst one of those he states though planned was not carried out: Operation ‘Tojfel’ against the Chetniks on mount Ozren near Doboj in April 1943. But according to actual reports from German Wehrmacht Supreme Command in the south-east, the losses were: on the Chetnik side, 158 killed and 148 captured and the other side German and Croat losses were 38 dead, 64 wounded and 20 missing.

But where he does describe operations performed by the Chetniks against the Germans, he only mentions four, one for each year of the war! Although according to German reports there were countless numbers. The following four German reports were sent within a half-hour of each other on the 5th October 1943.

’09, 40: radio reports from 3rd Battalion of the 370th Grenadier regiment: Assistance! From 04.00hrs under attack from heavy weapons’. The attack intensified at 07.00 hrs. ‘Northeast Visegrad Chetniks advancing. Please auxiliary troops from Rogatice. Air support please’.

10.00: The main command in Croatia announces: 2nd Mountain Brigade reports Visegrad encircled. The north east part of the city occupied by enemy. Help required in heavy battles. The 6th mountain regiment requires aerial reconnaissance. Militia fled, residents following. Armed reinforcements needed.

10.05: 3rd Battalion of the 370th Grenadier Regiment reports: Pressure from the east so powerful that Croatian irregular soldiers and gendarmes fleeing. Please urgent help from the air.

10.10: Divisional command of the 3rd Battalion to the 370th Grenadier Regiment advises over the radio; “assistance sought from the Luftwaffe, but currently the weather is bad. Croatian forces will today enter Višegrad.”
The Partisans did not take part in offensive operations against the Germans; they systematically hid from them and attacked the Chetniks. Because the Partisans war aim was the struggle for power.


Does Tomašević describe and list the urban settlements that Chetniks liberated from the Germans, 32 in all? No he does not. By contrast the Partisans did not liberate one urban settlement from the Germans, until the arrival of the Red Army.

Does Tomašević describe the actions of saboteur groups, the largest of which was codenamed Group ”Gordon”? No. According to the German anti-saboteur formation ‘Vinek’ saboteur group ‘Gordon’ performed 1.499 acts of sabotage and diversion, mostly on the railways, particularly during the North Africa campaign against Hitler’s Field Marshal Rommel. The most important German supply line went through Serbia, these acts of sabotage occurred at a vital time and are probably a record for the entire Second World War. Whilst performing these actions 35 Chetniks were killed, the Germans captured and executed 396 commandos and saboteurs of Group ‘Gordon ‘, while another 207 of them were sent to concentration camps and a further 50 imprisoned.

Does Tomašević describe the highest level German visit to the occupied Kingdom of Yugoslavia since Hitler’s stay in Maribor in 1941? No, because Heinrich Himmler’s attendance at Kraljevo in October 1942 was to oversee a German operation against the Chetniks.

Does he cite that the largest camp on the territory of Serbia was officially named by the Germans: ”DM camp Dedinje”? in respect of Draza Mihailovic’s initials, because in the camp, which the communists re-named ” Camp at Banjici’, were most of his comrades, including his wife and two children.

Does he cite the countless reports of executions of ”DM hostages” killed? No he does not. They were killed in reprisal for each German solder killed in conflict according to the proportion of one hundred Serbs for each German soldier.

Throughout the whole book he only mentions the shooting of 250 ” DM” captives on 25 December 1942, tacitly implying this shooting was an exception.

However, tens of thousands of Serbian hostages were executed.

In one incident alone on September 10th 1943, the German commander of Serbia, General Felber, ordered the execution of 500 Serbian “DM” hostages, in reprisal for the shooting 10 German soldiers by the Chetniks at Jajinci near Belgrade.

The following is Felber’s command for September 17th 1943:

“As a reprisal for an attack on a truck near Bajina Basta, where they killed four and wounded four customs officers, shoot 300 DM supporters”.

Also due to an attack on SS guards in Gojnoj Gori by Chetniks, where they killed four SS men and one officer, Felber ordered the execution 10 “DM” captives.

Following an attack on vehicle near Sevojno, in which a German security officer was wounded, in reprisal 25 “DM” captives were executed.

In a battle at Vrnjacka Banja, Chetniks killed eight German soldiers, the Germans in reprisal on October 1st, 1943 in Jajinci shot 400 ”DM” hostages. On the same day, in Cacak and Jajinci a further 285 Serbs were executed and in Nis 35 executed, in total 720 Serbs were executed in just one day! On the 4th of October in Sabac another 150 supporters of Draza Mihailovic were executed, as well as many other executions.

Finally, did Tomašević quote from major German intelligence reports? No he did not.

For example, these are excerpts from a report by head of German intelligence service for Eastern Europe, General Reinhard Gehlen, on the 9th February 1943:

“Among the various insurrectionist movements that are increasingly troubling in the territory of the former Yugoslav state, the movement of Draza Mihailovic stands in first place when it comes to leadership, weapons, organization and activities … The DM movement is an organisation constituted and based on the fanatical will of every individual … Great knowledge of the terrain by fighters and the positive attitude of the majority of the Serbian people are utilized by the movement … Within the movement D. M. there are also organized armed military units that constitute the `Yugoslav Home Army. Currently it has about 150,000 people in the whole the territory of Yugoslavia.”

All this is enough to conclude that Tomašević and his reviewers did not use the most important German wartime documents, but the story served along with a variety of other tricks for. For example, when describing the uprising in Serbia in 1941, they turned their attention as to why the uprising broke out. Although there are numerous Wehrmacht military reports, Tomašević cites mostly civilian reports, and those of politicians. For example, Felix Benzler, representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Third Reich in Serbia, in August 1941, used the term ‘communist uprising’ ‘and’ ‘communist movement’. Further he reports on the 12th of September: ”Under the influence of a communist led protest in support of Russia, some individual Chetnik groups also took part in the protest against German occupation troops, although so far there has been no actual fighting”. However, the communists supposed nationalist show of support was a camouflage for their support of communist aims and those of the Soviet communists.

Following this there seemed to be uprisings from every quarter: on July 4th 1941 Stalin directed communists to begin the fight against the Germans in order to relieve the pressure on the Soviet Union, which they duly obeyed. By contrast, the British government during August in several radio broadcasts repeatedly advised occupied nations not to rise up in insurrection, because they ”could only result in severe reprisals with the loss of our key people”. BBC Radio London transmitted a statement by the President of the Yugoslav government: General Dusan Simovic, who threatened to sanction the leaders of any pre-mature uprising. (Such as happened after World War I when the only surviving leader of the Topličko 1917 uprising was placed under investigation). This “coincided with this Mihailovich’s viewpoint”, and so on.

Thus in a 20 page explanation of the causes of the uprising, and continued throughout the course of Tomašević’s book, he fails to described any event accurately. Almost everything is subordinated to the question of ‘why’ events occurred, while the more important question of ‘what’ actually happened is glossed over, with passing comments in sentences such as: ”Some Chetnik detachments indeed, later that same month, began to fight against the Germans on their own or associated with the Partisans”.

Seemingly, with the use of manipulated evidence the story is logical.

However, Benzler as a politician was not versed in the events on the ground, and to some extent neither was the commander of German troops in Serbia, General Dankelman, for which he was dismissed. They succumbed under the influence of Serbian Germanophiles, who led them to believe falsely that the rebellion was a communist uprising. Seemingly, in the beginning their false assumption was somewhat justified, because on July 7th 1941, the Communists killed the two Serbian gendarmes, not with the intention of starting an anti-German uprising, but rather a communist political revolution. Colonel Draza Mihailovic was covertly connected to the Serbian gendarmerie, the strongest domestic armed formation on the territory of occupied Serbia, with a plan for the gendarmerie to take a major role in the destruction of the Communists. The gendarmerie had freedom of movement in relation to the occupiers, who saw them as a legitimate law enforcement unit. Even before the war they had fought against Communist Party terrorists. However, the Germanophiles learnt of the plan and that gendarmerie commander, Colonel John Trišića was going Ravna Gora (territory under Milhailovich’s command) and asked the Germans to deprive the gendarmerie of weapons and ammunition, and then disband them. With the implication, that a greater threat came from the ”English mercenaries” the Chetniks. During August and September 1941, the Communists suddenly occupied a relatively large area of territory and began killing civilians, who they falsely accused as ‘enemies of the people’. Mihailovic, did not have enough military strength to deal with the Communists, because at his heels were the Germans and domestic Germanophiles. So he moved on to plan B: trying to put the Communists under his command, delaying their destruction, as was his legal obligation, for that he had to wait for an opportune moment (among other things, Tomašević and his reviewers did not put events in a legal perspective). The attempt succeeded only partially, in particular by creating common courts, because otherwise the Communists condemned to death all the wealthier citizens, in order to confiscation their property. Besides, the population and the army were not as keen as the gendarmerie to fight against the communists, but there was an overwhelming willingness to fight the traditional enemy: the Germans. If Mihailovich had just observed events, allowed greater collaboration with the communists and let them gain importance, it would have given them the ability to ‘take power and begin to kill’.

Tomašević’s convoluted story was further mixed up under the miss-guidance of German documents. On 12th September 1944, when the uninformed Benzler reported that there had been no fighting between the Chetniks and the Wehrmacht, the commander of the southeast, Field Marshal List, correctly reported that so far the rebels had ‘incorrectly been called communists’, they were in fact the forces of Milhailovich .

General Staff Major Jaris from the Southeast Command, on September 18th 1941 wrote that the uprising is ”under the leadership of former Yugoslav officers”. General Frederick Turner, German Chief of Staff Serbia, September 21st, described the uprising by ” Mihailovich bandits”. General Franz Böhme, who replaced Dankelman as military commander in Serbia, reported on the 25th September 1941 on the uprising: “the management is in the hands of Serbian officers and soldiers and seems to have enough command personnel ”.

The story in the aforementioned Benzler’s report of 12th September is further unraveled by the chronology of events, according to German military documents:

– 31st August 1941 Chetniks liberated the town of Loznica (8 Chetniks were killed and 10 wounded, while the German losses were 12 killed and 93 captured; it was the first liberated town in occupied Europe).

– 1st September Chetniks liberated the town of Bogatić (25 killed and more wounded, Germans losses one dead, eight injured).

– 4th September Chetniks liberated the town of Krupanj. Losses: Chetniks three dead, three dead partisans (the partisans accounted for 20 percent of the insurgent forces in the attack), Germans 9 dead, 30 wounded and 130 captured.

– 6th September Chetniks liberated the town of Banja Koviljaca. Losses: Chetniks 41 dead, Germans 9 dead, 24 wounded and 51 taken prisoner, the Ustasha – unknown losses.

When at the end of September German reinforcements began to arrive, the primary units facing them were Chetniks, whilst the Communists remained deep in the background, within the center of Uzice forming ‘people’s government bodies’. In November the Chetniks held back these reinforcements at Kadinjaca for a month, if they had reached the city of Uzice the communist defense would have been broken in only two hours.

The price for the premature uprising was enormous. According to a report by General Bader, the Germans from 1st September 1941 to the 12th February 1942 during punishment excursions executed 20,149 Serbs in retaliation. The quota of killing 100 Serbs for each German soldier killed was not fulfilled, so Bader ordered the execution of a further 3,484 Serbian civilians.

After this experience, people saw through the communists and until the end of the war they did not have a stronghold in Serbia, but took over in the wake of Soviet tanks.

The inaccurate manner in which Tomašević describes the uprising in Serbia in 1941, Tomašević extends to all wartime events, namely he uses uninformed and unimportant documents that fit in with his bias that is supportive of the partisans and falsely accuses Milhailovich’s Chetniks. Supposed agreements with the Chetniks were German invention as part of their psychological warfare, and of course there is no documented evidence let alone any signatures on documents, but Tomašević treats this invention as real. Agreements with NDH (Independent State of Croatian) prohibiting removal of Serbs to concentration camps are labeled as collaboration with the Ustasha, even though there are no recorded instances of Chetniks fighting alongside the Ustasha against the partisans. By contrast there are several German documents recording the partisans and Ustasha collaborating against the Chetniks. The efforts by the Italians to stop the terrible genocide by Croatian forces against Serbs and Jews, is also labeled as collaboration with the Chetniks. Tomašević throws every possible false accusation of collaboration against Milhailovich’s legitimate army.

The biased and misleading use of incorrect documents by Tomašević could be described at best as professional misconduct. However, his reference to the genocide of unseen proportions perpetrated by the Croatian Nazi state, as merely: ” brutal anti-Serb Ustasha measures ”, is morally corrupt. Even Hitler’s special envoy to the Balkans, Dr. Hermann Neubacher, wrote that this genocide ”is one of the cruelest actions of the mass murder in world history”, assessing the number of slaughtered at 750,000. The extent and brutality of the genocide is witnessed by the fact that the German generals sought to abolish the Croatian Nazi state, but Hitler did not allow this whilst the Italians, who were horrified by the slaughter, occupied half of the territory.


End of part two.

Translated from the original Serbian by Mane Popovich.

 
 

http://kingdom-of-yugoslavia-in-ww2.com/in-reference-to-the-book-chetniks-by-joze-tomasevic-part-2/


TO READ PART ONE, PLEASE FOLLOW THE LINK BELOW:

http://www.generalmihailovich.com/2015/03/chetniks-by-jozo-tomasevich-fallacy.html


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Tuesday, April 14, 2015

EASTER EPISTLE OF GENERAL DRAZA MIHAILOVICH 1945 / Васкршња посланица ђенерала Драгољуба Михаиловића из 1945. године.


 
 
EASTER EPISTLE OF GENERAL DRAZA MIHAILOVICH 1945

"We will continue today with the set goal. Exactly at 11h, all columns will stop at the places where they find themselves. In memory of the day of the resurrection of our God-man, we will pray to God. Priests will hold a short service. Then, we move on!

Our struggle and our suffering is for human rights given by God. It is the way of the Lord Jesus Christ, in which he perished, but also resurrected.

Centuries have neither defeated nor changed this, nor will the events of today.

We may die in this battle, however victory is assured and benefits those who survive and those that come after us.

Confident in your resolve to persevere to the end, I give you, my dear brothers-in-arms, my greeting: CHRIST IS RISEN!"


General Dragoljub M. Mihailovich
1945

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Васкршња посланица ђенерала Драгољуба Михаиловића из 1945. године.

„Продужићемо данас ка постављеном циљу. Тачно у 11ч, све колоне ће се зауставити на местима где се буду нашле. У сећању на дан Васкрса Богочовека помолићемо се Богу. Свештеници ће одржати кратку службу Божју. А онда, покрет даље!

Наша борба и наше патње су за права човека Богом дана. То је пут Господа Исуса Христа на коме је и он Страдао, али и Васкрсао. Векови то нису оборили ни променили, неће ни појаве данашњице.

Ми можемо у тој борби и изгинути, али је победа њена сигурна и благодети за преживеле и потоње.

Уверен у вашу решеност да истрајете до краја, ја вам упућујем, драги моји саборци, мој поздрав:

ХРИСТОС ВАСКРСЕ!"


Ђенерал, Драгољуб М. Михаиловић
1945


http://dverisrpske.com/sr/prenosimo/6647-vaskrsnja-poslanica-djenerala-draze.html

English translation provided by Vera Dragisich
Secretary, Movement of Serbian Chetniks Ravne Gore


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Sunday, April 12, 2015

VIDEO / Христос воскресе из мертвих! Christ rises from the dead! / CHRIST IS RISEN! INDEED HE IS RISEN! / Христос Воскресе! Ваистину Воскресе! / Hristos Voskrese! Vaistinu Voskrese!

Aleksandra's Note:
 
The great gift from God
in the Resurrection of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ,
on Easter Sunday
is that Death does not have the final Victory.
 
Christ is Risen! Indeed He is Risen!
 
Sincerely,
Aleksandra Rebic
Serbian Orthodox Easter
April 12, 2015
 
 
 
Христос воскресе из мертвих

Posted on You Tube by "itonnpvot"

Published on Apr 10, 2012

"Христос воскресе из мертвих, смертию смерт поправ
и сущим во гробех живот даровав."




https://youtu.be/U06_sVQ448M


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Thursday, April 09, 2015

THE LESSON OF SERBIA in being on the side of the "Winners".


"Serbian Pride"
Artwork by Sarah Savic Kallesoe
July 28, 2010
 
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"You shall read that we are commanded to
forgive our enemies;
but you never read that we are commanded to
forgive our friends."


—Cosimo I de’ Medici, d. 1574 (attributed)
 
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 Image of American and British Flags joined together courtesy of:
Imgarcade.com

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"Writing on the Balkans has often failed to command a large general audience for the simple reason that it does not bring out the larger lessons in the stories of a group of unhappy countries in southeastern Europe. But a country like Serbia must be seen not merely as a product of its own environment, but understood in the abstract — that is, as a country that has demonstrated the very best and very worst in humanity itself and the fight for ideals. No book that merely recounts a record of gruesome civil wars, ethnic violence, and trials and tribulations will command a large audience. But any book that investigates what it means for a country to have once upon a time taken the side of the winning team at the expense of its own existence deserves a wide readership. That is the story of Serbia, and it is a lesson confined to no region and no border or periphery, but one that is universal and eternal."
 
 From the Preface by
Marcia Christoff Kurapovna
to her book:

Shadows on the Mountain -
The Allies, the Resistance, and the
Rivalries that Doomed WWII Yugoslavia.


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Rehabilitacija Milana Nedića u Strazburu / "Danas" April 8, 2015

Danas.rs
V.J.
April 8, 2015

Praunuk ratnog predsednika vlade najavio pokretanje postupka protiv države Srbije pred Evropskim sudom za ljudska prava.

Milan Nedic
 
- Aleksandar Nedić, generalni sekretar Srpskog liberalnog saveta, najavio je da će preko svog pravnog zastupnika započeti postupak pred Evropskim sudom za ljudska prava u Strazburu pošto su pravosudni organi u Srbiji odbili da postupaju po njegovom zahtevu za rehabilitacijom predsednika srpske vlade u vreme okupacije Milana Nedića.
 
Prema rečima Aleksandra Nedića, praunuka Milana Nedića, na ovaj potez su se odlučili pošto je Viši sud u Beogradu prošle godine odbacio njihov zahtev karakterišući ga kao neuredan.
 
- Viši sud je odbacio inicijativu, jer mi nismo mogli da dostavimo svu dokumentaciju koja se nalazi u Arhivu Jugoslavije. Pošto je reč o više hiljada dokumenata, porodica nije imala sredstava da plati njihovo fotokopiranje - rekao je Nedić.
 
Kako je naveo, njegov advokat Zoran Živanović će formalnu proceduru započinjanja postupka u Evropskom sudu za ljudska prava u Strazburu obaviti nakon okončanja uskršnjih praznika.
 
Kod procesa rehabilitacije Milana Nedića je bilo sporno to što on nikada nije bio osuđen, pa samim tim ne postoji osnova da bude rehabilitovan.
 
- Milan Nedić je 1946. godine uredbom tadašnje vlasti bio proglašen za državnog neprijatelja - objasnio je Aleksandar Nedić razlog zbog kojeg je pokrenut postupak rehabilitacije.
 
Milan Nedić je bio predsednik srpske vlade za vreme nacističke okupacije Srbije. Po završetku rata njegova vlada je raspuštena, a on uhapšen. Po zvaničnoj verziji događaja, Milan Nedić je 1946. godine počinio samoubistvo, tako što je iskoristio nepažnju zatvorskih čuvara i iskočio kroz prozor zatvora u Beogradu.
 
 
 
 
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Tuesday, April 07, 2015

ЗАПИСНИК са рочишта генералу Михаиловицу / ZAPISNIK sa rocista generalu Mihailovicu February 27, 2015 Beograd


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