Belgrade Hosts Exhibition On Holocaust In Serbia

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An exhibition of photographs and documents, entitled “The Jewish camp in Zemun – Holocaust and Collaboration in Serbia”, opened at the Atrium Gallery of Belgrade City Library on Monday to mark the International Day of Commemoration of the Holocaust.

The photographs and other archive material deal with the victims, those who collaborated with the German administration and the propagators of anti-Semitic ideology.

Culture Minister Bratislav Petkovic said at the opening of the display that it should remind people of the “shameful propaganda” conducted in Serbia in the Second World War, which supported persecution of Jews.

The documents also deal with those who helped rescue Serbia’s Jews and who thus set an outstanding example of humanity, the minister said.

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