Forbidden history: WW2 documentary series now complete

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I have just found out that the final parts of the documentary series “Kingdom of Yugoslavia in WW2″ – which I’ve mentioned here before – have been finalized and posted, completing the 18-episode project.
According to executive producer Miloslav Samardžić, the trailer for episodes 13-18 has been posted on Vimeo, where the entire 18-episode run is up for purchase or rent.
It took the Kragujevac-based Pogledi and the society of former Royal Yugoslav Army soldiers in the UK nearly four years to crowdfund and produce the series, which shows the previously untold story of the war in Yugoslavia.
The first twelve episodes were offered to the Serbian Radio Television (RTS), which was supposed to reply by the end of May but has yet to do so, Samardžić said.He says the series shows a much-needed alternate perspective to the movies glorifying the Communist Partisans, which are currently being shown on RTS in re-runs.
Our story isn’t made up,” Samardžić said, adding that buying or renting the series on Vimeo will support the producers’ new project, a 90-minute documentary “General Draža Mihailović.”
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