EXHIBITION "1941 – 70 YEARS LATER“ ESPECIALLY EXTENDED FOR
Belgrade, 29 March 2011 – The Exhibition “1941 – 70 YEARS
LATER” that opened Tuesday, 22 March has been extended for visitors until
Monday, 4 April at the White Palace.
Their Royal Highnesses are gladly inviting all interested
citizens to visit this exhibition on Saturday, 2 April between 11am and 2pm.
Anyone interested should contact the Office of HRH Crown Prince Alexander a day
in advance by calling 011/ 306 4014.
The exhibition was launched for the marking the 70th
anniversary of the beginning of the Second World War on the territory of the
former Yugoslavia, and it was organized in collaboration with the Institute for
Modern History and with the support of the Archive of Yugoslavia. This
exhibition wouldn’t be possible without the help of the Institute for Modern
History, Archive of Yugoslavia, Historical Museum of Serbia, Military Museum of
Belgrade, Museum of Yugoslav aircrafts, Belgrade City Library, National Library,
Filmske Novosti Archive, Oplenac Foundation and Modelling Club Belgrade.
The exhibition includes archive photographs, original
documents from 1941 as well as items from the private collections related to the
military of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia and entire set up gives a unique
presentation of important historical facts related to the period.