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Memories from WWII
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Memories from WWII in archive room in Crveni krst (Red cross) in city of Niš in central Serbia. Niš is 60km away from apartmani Sokobanja and 240km from capital Belgrade

Copyright: Saša stojanović
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Uploaded: 13/10/2010
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Tags: crveni krst; ww2; wwii; nazi; concentration camp; logor; nis; nish; serbia
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