05 08 2018 001

NGO Serbian War Veterans Kikinda and Museum of Genocide Victims, for years now, are commemorating anniversary of great tragedy that took place on the 5th of August 1995 when Republic of SrpskaKrajina was destroyed and its people vanquished from ancestral homeland.

This year, due to the generosity of Cultural Center in Kikinda, exhibiton of aquarel paintings by Mr. ZdravkoMirčeta – renowned artist from Krajina and one of the founders of monastery art fraternities – was installed.

Paintings are memories on his pilgrimages to the numerous Serbian monasteries from Krka in Dalmatian Kosovo to the Gračanica on Kosovo and Metohija.

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17 07 2018

Cooperation of Museum of Genocide Victims with other similar institutions of culture from Republic of Srpska is taking place in various ways. One of them is the tour of our exhibition ‘Scars of the grave crimes’. After the Trebinje, Gacko, Bileća, Nevesinje, and Berković, exhibition is installed at Museum of Old Hercegovinaand it will be open for all who are interested next three weeks.

17 07 2018 2

Museum of Genocide Victims is performing his publishing activities within the framework of the Law on establishing Museum of genocide victims, 1992. Considering that with the publication of archival materials we contribute to the clarification of certain previously unknown facts within the interpretations of particular historical persons and events, Museum has published collection of reports by Vladeta N. Milićević. Milićević, employee of the Ministry of Interior Affaris, was, for some time, part of the security detachment of King Aleksandar Karađorđević. Later, between 1934 until 1941, he was in charge of mission for monitoring Ustasha Croatian emigration in Italy.

Part of his reports on Ustasha are deposited at Archive of Yugoslavia, Ministry of Internal Affairs’ and Milan Stojadinović’s funds, and the rest of them, which were given to the communist authorities after his return to Yugoslavia, are most probably within the funds of Security Information Agency (BIA) – successor of former Yugoslav Office for State Security (SDB).

From available reports, 12 of them are selected and published by the editors – DrVeljkoĐurić Mišina, Director of Museum of Genocide Victims, and Dr Radovan Pilipović, Director of Archives of Serbian Orthodox Church. Only one report, last one in this publication, was previously published.

Perennial cooperation between the two institutions was continued on the 4th of July by holding the meeting of joint redaction for the publication of photo-monography in order to honor the 40 years of the Association. On behalf of the Association, meeting was attended by President Mr. Slavko Milanović, Honorary President Milinko Čekić, Mrs. Snežana Dragosavljević and Mr. Novak Dukić; on behalf of the Museum, meeting was attended by Director Dr. VeljkoĐurić Mišina, Mrs. JasminaTutunović-Trifunov, and Mr. Nenad Antonijević.

Publication of the monography project was approved by the Ministry of Work, Employment, Combatant and Social Affairs.

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04 04 2018

07 06 2018 002

The Museum of Genocide Victims published Bogdan Krasić’s manuscript titled ‘Užice District in 1944’. The first presentation of the book took place in Belgrade on 20 April to commemorate the escape of the last group of detainees from the prison camp Jasenovac on 22 April 1945.

The second presentation took place at the Užice Town Council, which supported the publication of the book financially, on 6 June 2018.

Dr. VeljkoDjurićMišina, the Director of the Museum of Genocide Victims, BogićKrasić, the author and former employee of the Užice National Museum, and Dr. MilutinŽivkovićexpressed their views on the book during the presentation.


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