Major Alexandar Mihaylovic “Vili” (born in Belgrade), the chief of Belgrade’s Underground Movement after the arrest of “Valter”. His parents were teachers, and he graduated from both the Elementary and Higher School at the Military Academy. “Vili” was killed in a clash with the Communist Secret Police “OZNA” on May 1st 1945, near the Sava Bridge in Belgrade.

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Major Alexandar Mihaylovic “Vili” (born in Belgrade), the chief of Belgrade’s Underground Movement after the arrest of “Valter”. His parents were teachers, and he  graduated from both the Elementary and Higher School at the Military Academy. “Vili” was killed in a clash with the Communist Secret Police “OZNA” on May 1st 1945, near the Sava Bridge in Belgrade.

Major Alexandar Mihaylovic “Vili” (born in Belgrade), the chief of Belgrade’s Underground Movement after the arrest of “Valter”. His parents were teachers, and he graduated from both the Elementary and Higher School at the Military Academy. “Vili” was killed in a clash with the Communist Secret Police “OZNA” on May 1st 1945, near the Sava Bridge in Belgrade.

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