Memorials serve as reflections of collective memory, commemorating events where lives were lost en masse or individually. These hallowed spaces encompass a spectrum of sites, including cemeteries, World War II camps, locations affected by NATO bombings, and various places bearing witness to the tragic loss of statesmen and everyday individuals.
During the spring of 1999, NATO forces initiated air strikes on the then Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. It is estimated that between 1,200 and 2,500 people lost their lives during the 78 days of bombing, while the overall material damage was assessed at several tens of billions of dollars.
THE FIRST WORLD WAR
The emergence of military cemeteries in Europe and Belgrade was a consequence of the huge number of fighters killed in the First World War.
Koordinator i administrator stranice: Milena Marković, istraživač: Teodora Danilović, istraživač: Mina Novaković