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Exhibition "Young Bosnia and the Sarajevo Assassination"

On December 11, 2014, an exhibition of archival documents "Young Bosnia and the Sarajevo Assassination" was opened at the Museum of Macedonia.

The exhibition was prepared by the Republika Srpska Archives in Banja Luka on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the First World War.

The presentation of this exhibition in the Republic of Macedonia is a result of the cooperation between the State Archives of the Republic of Macedonia and the Archives of Republika Srpska.

The exhibition was opened by H.E. Zdravko Begovic, Ambassador of Bosnia and Herzegovina to the Republic of Macedonia.

The opening was addressed by Dr. Zoran Todorovski, Director of the State Archives of the Republic of Macedonia, Mr. Dusan Popovic, Director of the Archives of Republika Srpska, Dr. Mirjana Nincovska, Director of the Museum of Macedonia, as well as Bojan Stojniќ, Assistant Director at the Archives of Republika Srpska, who is also the author of the exhibition "Young Bosnia and the Sarajevo Assassination".

Representatives of the diplomatic corps in the Republic of Macedonia and numerous scientists and cultural workers were present at the opening of the exhibition.

The exhibition "Young Bosnia and the Sarajevo Assassination" consists of 38 panels, on which 249 exhibits are presented and is divided into five chronological-thematic units: Young Bosnia; Preparers and perpetrators of the Sarajevo assassination; The Sarajevo assassination; The July Crisis of 1914; and The Suffering of Serbs in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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