September 6, 1944 – Allied destruction of Lekovac

September 6, 1944. On this day Western Air Forces savagely bombed Serbian the city of Leskovac. September 6th is birthday of Serbian King Peter II and British, American and French ,,allies" targeted schools, maternity wards, hospitals, libraries, residential buildings, justifying the "errors" in high altitude from which the bombs were dropped. However, the fact is … Continue reading September 6, 1944 – Allied destruction of Lekovac

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October 1941: Kraljevo massacre – one hundred Serbs shot for every German soldier killed

On October 13,  1941, Serbian resistance attacked and besieged the central Serbian city of Kraljevo, occupied by the 717th German Wehrmacht Infantry Division. In response, the Division took Serbian civilians as hostages. On October 15, German troops were able to repel the Serbian attack with heavy losses. Shots continued to be fired into the town … Continue reading October 1941: Kraljevo massacre – one hundred Serbs shot for every German soldier killed

Banjska i teška tema o kojoj dva živa svedoka i danas sa strahom šapuću

Danas sam brojala opustele kuće u Banjskoj. To je ono mesto s početka moje omiljene srpske epske pesme o Banović Strahinji. Negde iznad manastira su i ostaci njegovih dvorova, o čemu svedoče monumentalne iskopine zidina, povremeni nalazi srebrnjaka i bakrenog nakita. Neću sada o tome koliko je mesto propalo, da banjski kompleks izgleda kao da … Continue reading Banjska i teška tema o kojoj dva živa svedoka i danas sa strahom šapuću