In recent years, the Serbian government has recognized the importance of raising awareness about the extermination of the Jews during Nazi occupation and in early 2012 organized the first temporary exhibition on the Holocaust in Serbia 1941-1944. The history of the Roma genocide in Serbia during the Second World War, however, is still insufficiently studied and widely unknown. The lack of a culture of remembrance of these events, the neglect of the Roma genocide in historical research and its absence from the curricula of school education have lead to the falling into oblivion of these events in the public. Continue reading
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author: Milovan Pisarri, historian download .doc On 1 April, after more than two months, the exhibition “The Holocaust in Serbia 1941-1944” was closed. It has been roughly ten days since, therefore, I find it is time to exchange our impressions … Continue reading