Speech was held on the occasion of the 600th anniversary of the Kosovo Battle on June 28, 1989.
The Memorandum of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts (SANU Memorandum) is a draft document made by a committee of 16 members of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts from 1985 to 1986. The memorandum is divided into two parts: “The crisis of the Yugoslav economy and society” refers to the economic and political divisions in Yugoslavia that followed the adoption of the 1974 constitution and “The position of Serbia and the Serbian people” describing the inferior status of the SR Serbia in the SFRY and the position of Serbs in SR Croatia and SAP Kosovo.
The commemoration of Miro Bogdanovic, a famous Split caterer who in the 1990s, because of his blood count being deemed undesirable by the “appropriate authority”, was repeatedly beaten up, imprisoned and marked undesirable in the city in which he was born.
Colonel Zeljko Petko, a war member of the Fourth Guard unit, sent an open letter to actor Leon Lucev as an answer to an open letter “It’s time to stop silence. So that the war veterans wake up”
The permanent exhibition represents historical periods from prehistory to 2006. The disintegration of Yugoslavia and the role of Montenegro, is presented mainly through photographs and other visual sources with accompanying text, suitable for the student population.
Availability: Novice Cerovića, Cetinje
Language: Montenegrin, English
Ante Lešaje’s research was published in 2012 in cooperation with the publishing house Profil and the Serbian National Council. The main theme of the book is the write-off / destruction of “unsuitable” books from Croatian public libraries since the early 1990s. According to his research, there are almost 2.8 million books or 13.8 percent of the total material in libraries. Removed were the books for which the inappropriateness was determined on the basis of political and ethnic reasons (socialism, communism, NOB, works by Serbian and Montenegrin writers, etc.).
Availability: PDF: http://snv.hr/file/attachment/file/knjigocid.pdf
The book by American historian Robert Donia brings transcripts of parliamentary speeches, as well as the statements of the top executives of the Republika Srpska. This material was mostly used as evidence at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, where Donia, as an expert, repeatedly carried out expertise and testimony.
Language: Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian