Liberation of Belgrade?

Belgrade was the primate city of Yugoslavia, today still being the capital city of Serbia.

The communist bandits killed about 30,000 citizens of Belgrade after the “liberation” of that city, that is after October 20, 1944.

The position of Serbs was defined by Tito when he came to Belgrade in 1944 and said: “Serbia is an occupied, conquered country now and it must be treated that way.”

One of the most serious communist crimes during the Second World War against the Serbian people was the death of about 180,000 young Serbs in just two months of fighting on the Syrmian Front from February to April 1945, just before the end of the war. Namely, as soon as Tito arrived in Belgrade on Soviet tanks in 1944, he ordered the mobilization of all young men from the age of 17 onwards throughout Serbia and sent them only with infantry weapons, completely inexperienced and without proper training to fight. In two months of that criminal action of the communist leadership, out of about 250 thousand young Serbs who arrived at the front, about 180 thousand were killed only in two months, and without many people even knowing about their graves, Tito left them in the mud.

OZNA (communist) Major Milan Tresnjic testified that about 800 civilians were killed in the district he commanded, Belgrade had 16 districts at that time.

Тhe great repression of the communists against all sympathizers of the Serbian monarchy also began, which led to the appearance of the “Pasija Groblja”. Tens of thousands of Serbs were arrested and shot without trial or verdict, and among them were many intellectuals.

For decades, the Yugoslav secret police OZNA, later known as the UDB, persecuted and even killed anyone who would speak publicly about crimes against Serbs, either the crimes committed during the First World War or during the Second.

The fate of the Serbian hero, Duke Petar Bojović, depicts the communist occupation of Belgrade. Namely, on November 1, 1918, Duke Bojović liberated the Serbian capital with the Serbian army, and after the communist capture of the city, in October 1944, Duke Bojović was detained and killed! After several days of horrific torture by members of the criminal “OZNA”, he passed away at the age of 83. With their attitude towards the great heroes of the First World War, such as Major Gavrilović or Duke Bojović, they proved that they did not come as liberators, but as new occupiers and enemies of the Serbian people.

And of course, the new communist government banned anyone from attending the funeral of Duke Petar Bojović. Moreover, no one attended the funeral except for his closest family, without the duke’s son Dobrica, who defended his father during the intrusion into their house and the beating of Duke Bojović and was therefore sentenced to 10 years in prison. Just before the funeral, OZNA announced on Radio Belgrade that if any of the citizens of Belgrade tried to come to the funeral of Duke Bojović at the New Cemetery, he would be arrested and prosecuted. The Bolshevik bandits in leather coats, who personally supervised the modest family funeral, took care of that. They did not allow the admirers of his heroic deeds to approach the grave and pay their respects. After his death, his family was subjected to the most severe humiliation.

The Germans, when they took over Belgrade in 1941, did not even touch the duke, although he walked defiantly in his garden dressed in a ceremonial ducal uniform. In this way, they showed respect for this famous warrior and their opponent from the First World War. However, Broz’s bandits were bothered by Duke Bojović, which showed their anti-Serbian spirit.

Sadly, Belgrade was not the only Serbian city that perished this much under the communist regime.


by Serbon
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