The Museum’s latest exhibition entitled “The Suffering of Serbian and Ethnic Minority Population in Kosovo and Metochia” was opened in The Gallery of the National Bank of Serbia (17 Takovska Street) on 15 November 2017. The authors of the exhibition are historians BojanDjokić and Dr. Nenad Antonijević. [ ... ]Read more ...
Mr. Goran Gvozden from Novi Sad, after visiting the monastery in Jasenovac on the day of the Holy Neomartyrs of Jasenovac, sent a letter to Bishop Jovan of Slavonia containing the names and personal information of the war victim members of his family.SavoBlažo Gvozden (born 1888), Laminci Dubrave, [ ... ]Read more ...
As part of the Remembrance Day for the horrid tragedy in Kragujevac on 21 October 1941, the Museum of Genocide Victims pre-screened a feature-length documentary “JudenlagerSemlin – Jewish Camp Zemun) at the Central Military Club.
The Museum also used the occasion to briefly present Dr. NenadAntonijević’s [ ... ]Read more ...
The Museum of Genocide Victims has added the production of feature-length documentaries to its framework of activities. The first documentary the Museum produced was entitled "The Hell of the Independent State of Croatia". The critical importance of this movie was confirmed by, among other things, the [ ... ]Read more ...
We are pleased to inform you that the promotion of the latest edition of the Museum of Genocide Victims – “Kosovo and Metochia 1941-1945: War Crimes” by DrNenadAntonijević - will be held at the 62ndInternational Book Fair in Belgrade on 24 October 2017 at 17:00, at the Government of the Republic [ ... ]Read more ...
The cooperation between the Museum of Genocide Victims and related cultural institutions inRepublikaSrpska continued with the exhibition “The Marks of Great Crimes”at the Homeland Museum of Gradiška. The exhibition showcasing the works of prominent contemporary artists reminds of the great Serbian [ ... ]Read more ...
Representatives of the Museum of Genocide Victims - historians Dr. NenadAntonijević and BojanDjokić - joined by the delegation of the Association of the Independent State of Croatia Concentration Camps Prisoners “Jasenovac” from Belgrade, led by President SlavkoMilanović, attended the annual [ ... ]Read more ...
Prof. Dr. Gideon Greif from Israel, a top Holocaust expert and an Auschwitz concentration camp investigator, is in Belgrade seeking contacts with institutions and individuals studying the suffering of Serbs, Jews and Roma in the Independent State of Croatia. The Jasenovac concentration camp is of Prof. [ ... ]Read more ...
The cooperation between the Archive of RepublikaSrpska and the Museum of Genocide Victims continued with “The Marks of Great Crimes” exhibitions at the Small Gallery of BanskiDvor in Banja Luka. The exhibition serves to remind of the great tragedies suffered by the Serbian people in the 20th century.
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The Union of the Associations of the People's Liberation War Soldiers Pančevo, the City Library of Pančevo and the Museum of Genocide Victims agreed to mark the disappearance of the Republic of Srpska Krajina and the great tragedy of its people in the first days of August 1995 by organizing the exhibition [ ... ]Read more ...
- 9 September 2017: Third Symposium “The Neomartyrs: The Poly-perspectives” in Zagreb
- 20 August 2017: Signing of the Protocol of Cooperation in Nikšić, Montenegro
- 5 August 2017: Opening of Exhibition Storm – The Disappearance of Serbian Krajinain August 1995 in The Home of Culture, Kikinda
- 6 August 2017: DjuroZatezalo Passes Away in Karlovac, Croatia
- 20 July 2017: The Museum Installs New Director
- 12 July 2017: Opening of the Exhibition Marks of Great Crimes in the Museum of Kozara, Prijedor
- Media Center Belgrade, 10 July 2017: Presentation of The Reappraisal of Srebrenica
- 2 July 2017: Kozara – Mrakovice
- 26 June 2017: Odbrana Media Center, Belgrade
- Presentation of the Latest Releases of the Museum of Genocide Victims
- 15 June 2017: Museum of Genocide Victims
- 14 June 2017: Kalemegdan, Belgrade
- Piva Monastery, 9 June 2017: Meeting of the Serbian Orthodox Church’s Jasenovac Committee
- 5 – 9 June 2017: International Workshop Online Access of Holocaust Documents: Ethical and Practical Challenges in Bucharest, Romania
- 20 May 2017: Scientific Meeting Science and Reality in East Sarajevo
- 15 May 2017: Promotion of Dr. Drago Njegovan’s book The Postering of Genocide
- 7-11 May 2017: The Second International Conference Medicine in the Holocaust and Beyond in the Western Galilee, Israel
- 9 May 2017: Kosovska Mitrovica
- 8 May 2017: Letter from Tanja Mehle, the daughter of late Dr. Milan Bastašić, to the Museum of Genocide Victims
- “Sons of Herod” in English (sync.)
- 29 April 2017: Progress Gallery, Belgrade
- 27 April 2017: Progress Gallery, Belgrade
- 26 April 2017: Church of the Ascension, Belgrade
- 25 April 2017: Remembering the World War II Victims in Kikinda
- 24 April 2017: First Belgrade Gymnasium
- 23 April 2017: Commemoration in Donja Gradina
- 22 April 2017: Progress Gallery, Belgrade
- 21 April 2017: Šamac, Republika Srpska
- 3 April 2017: 9th Belgrade Gymnasium
- 30 March 2017: Exhibition ‘The Marks of Great Crimes’ in Semberija Museum, Bijeljina
- 24 March 2017 in Kikinda: Marking the Anniversary of NATO aggression against Yugoslavia
- 24 February 2017: The Museum of Genocide Victims
- 14 February 2017: Exhibition ‘The Suffering of Serbian Orthodox Church in Lika 1941-1995’ in the Crypt of Saint Sava’s Memorial Temple
- 8 February 2017: Esteemed guests visit the Museum of Genocide Victims
- 30 January 2017: Exhibition ‘The Marks of Great Crimes’ opened in Ugljevik, Republika Srpska
- 27 January 2017: Fourth International Conference ‘Suffering of the Serbs, Jews, Roma and Others in Former Yugoslavia’ held at Sajmiste in Belgrade, Serbia
- 5 January 2017: Kravice near Bratunac, Republika Srpska – Bosnia and Herzegovina
- 30 December 2016: First significant donation to the Museum of Genocide Victims for education center of the Remember the Victims Foundation in Staro Sajmiste, Belgrade