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She survived the Holocaust thanks to the fake Muslim Name

January 28, 2018 5:30 PM
She survived the Holocaust thanks to the fake Muslim Name

January 27th  is celebrated throughout the world as the International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Few Sarajevo Jews remember how they survived the persecution in the Second World War. Every confession of the Jews’ persecution is touching in its own way. There are few of people in Sarajevo who can tell those […]

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73 Years after Auschwitz Closing marked with the Prayer for the Dead in Sarajevo

January 27, 2018 2:45 PM
73 Years after Auschwitz Closing marked with the Prayer for the Dead in Sarajevo

The International Holocaust Remembrance Day, January 27th, was marked yesterday in Sarajevo’s Jewish administration with the prayer for the dead and honoring the Jews and all other innocent victims of the Second World War. Six million Jews tragically were killed in this war, dying in the most terrible torment, burned […]

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Do you know the Love Story that began in a Nazi Camp?

August 18, 2016 11:45 AM
Do you know the Love Story that began in a Nazi Camp?

After they practically grew up in labor camps during the persecution of Jews in the Second World War, Sigi and Hanka Siegreich were physically and mentally exhausted when they met in the Polish camp Czestochowa. This couple says that, after 70 years of living together, they still feel the butterflies. […]

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75th Anniversary of Uprising against Fascism marked

July 27, 2016 5:45 PM
75th Anniversary of Uprising against Fascism marked

The Historical Museum of BiH and the Federation of Anti-Fascists and Fighters of the National Liberation War (SABNOR) marked the July 27, Day of Uprising of BiH People and 75th anniversary of the historical day when the uprising against fascism began in 1941. While evoking memory of the heroes who […]

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Bosnian Language in Poland: Poles nurturing BiH Culture and Customs

March 17, 2016 12:30 PM
Bosnian Language in Poland: Poles nurturing BiH Culture and Customs

After the Second World War, the Poles who lived in BiH returned to their homeland and took with them the Bosnian language, culture, and cuisine, which are being saved from oblivion to this day. In Bolesavjec, Novogrođec, villages Oćice, Tomislav, Kžižova, Zebžidova, Osla,  and Černa in Poland people speak Bosnian […]

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Uncle Ale – Encyclopedia and the Soul of Banja Luka

March 7, 2016 4:15 PM
Uncle Ale – Encyclopedia and the Soul of Banja Luka

Sometimes, just sometimes, an angel enters the body of a human being and lights up the world that is walks in. Banja Luka is lucky to have one such citizen, Alija Mahmutović Ale. He is the man who has been bringing joy into the lives of people around him for […]

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Milka from Bosanska Krupa: Ćopić’s Student, Tito’s Friend, and a Partisan

February 9, 2016 2:15 PM
Milka from Bosanska Krupa: Ćopić’s Student, Tito’s Friend, and a Partisan

Life of Milka Jakšić, resident at the Seniors’ Home in Tuzla, might be a good story for a movie. Born in 1924 in Bosanska Krupa, this vivid old lady spent nearly five years in the partisans, side by side with the former lifelong president of Yugoslavia and the supreme commander […]

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