Victims of Post-WWII Killings Should Get a Museum, Historian Says
Ljubljana, 1 March - Historian Jože Dežman, who heads the government Commission for Concealed Mass Graves, believes that the sv. Barbara shaft, in which more than 2,000 bodies of post-WWII killings were found four years ago on Sunday, should become a museum commemorating the victims.
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