Beogradska antimasonska izložba 1941 - 1942. (Jewish Film Festival, Zagreb)
uto 21. maj 2013.
Nazi Germany occupied most of Yugoslavia by April 1941. Milan Nedić was the "nominal" local ruler, comparable to the collaborationist regime of Quisling in Norway. Under the Nedić regime, heavily anti-semitic "Grand Anti-Masonic Exhibition" opened in occupied Belgrade on October 22nd 1941. Allegedly it was funded by the German occupiers and supported by Nedić to intensify hatred against the Jews, although the title of the exhibit suggested the Masons. While Nedić was a supporter of the German plan for extermination of the Jews, Serbian Partisan groups often tried to save Jews from victimization.
The owner of the exhibited posters is Mirko Ilić, world-renowned designer and illustrator.
Music: Ofra Haza - Yerushalayim Shel Zahav
Thank you: Irena Škorić
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