Serbian WWII PM ‘Absolutely Loyal to Nazis’: HistorianBreaking News
tags: Nazi, WWII, Serbi, Milan Ristovic
Historian Milan Ristovic told Belgrade Higher Court on Monday that the head of Serbia’s collaborationist government during World War Two, Milan Nedic, was “absolutely loyal” to the Nazi regime, while his statements and actions were anti-Semitic and lent support to Germany’s war.
“He believed that Serbia should become a part of the new order that was being built by the Third Reich. He believed his policy was right and that Serbia would become a part of a Germany’s new Europe,” Ristovic said at the hearing.
According to Beta news agency, Ristovic said that Nedic attended a meeting with the Serbian fascist Dimitrije Ljotic and a German agent, at which it was decided that Jews should be removed from Serbia.
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