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Former Yugoslavia: Auschwitz Pavilion

East Ethnia visits the Yugoslavia pavilion at Auschwitz and writes: “Since the country that designed the exhibit no longer exists, and since the museum site does not have extra barracks for the countries that have come about in the meantime, the Yugoslav pavilion will probably remain a fascinating relic of Communist historiography for some time.”

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  • Vesna

    First, if today there is no country named Yugoslavia – it doesn’t mean that it never existed!!!
    Second, partizans fought against fascism. Do you consider it wrong?
    And third, considering first two, does Yugoslav victims worth less than other’s?
    Really, shame on you.

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