When Nazis killed 100 Serbs per dead German in Yugoslavia
24 October 2021 | 3:48 pm
On October 21,1941, Nazi soldiers killed about 4,000 people as part of an "atonement exercise" in occupied Serbia. The victims came from all walks of life. Children were among them.
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