His Royal Highness Crown Prince Alexander II, accompanied by Crown Council members visited the Historical Museum of Serbia and the exhibition “In the name of the people! Political repression in Serbia 1944-1953” by Srdjan Cvetkovic, research fellow of the Institute for Contemporary History.
His Royal Highness Crown Prince Alexander II said that this exhibition is a significant testimony to our recent history, which will help shed light on the events that in recent decades were not talked about enough.
The exhibition “In the name of the people! Political repression in Serbia 1944-53” is the first museum exhibition in Serbia on decades long taboo topics: executions and trials of the “enemies of the people”, Goli Otok and other concentration camps, forced collectivization and acquisition, elections, personality cult and political culture of the time.
Accompanying His Royal Highness Crown Prince Alexander II at the exhibition were the Crown Council members: Mr. Dragomir Acović Mr. Matija Bećković, Mr. Nikola Moravčević, Mr. Dragoljub Kavran, Mr. Milan Parivodić, Mr. Vladan Živulović, Mr. Miki Savićević, Mr. Djordje Djurisic and Mr. Dusan Babac.