In 1992, a rock concert titled “Belgrade Rock Winner” was held during the Festival Belgrade Spring. The concert was broadcasted live by RTS. During the concert, Rambo Amadeus climbed on stage unannounced, wearing a recognizable fur coat. He interrupted Bebi Dol’s appearance and addressed the audience.
After this, for a long time he was removed from the state television program that broadcasted the concert. The then RTS planned to stop the live broadcast of the program as soon as Bora Djordjevic and Rambo Amadeus come on stage.
The book was published on the occasion of the twentieth anniversary of the founding of the Antiwar Campaign of Croatia. The aim of the publication is to map the history of antiwar women’s civil society initiatives during the 1990s wars in Croatia. The book is structured as a cross section of factography, personal memories and documentary material.
Title: Untold history, anti-war campaign 1991.-2011, Zagreb 2011.
Editors: Vesna Jankovic and Nikola Mokrovic
Publisher: Documenta – Center for dealing with the past, Antiwar campaign
The project of the anti-war campaign “Rimtutuitki” was created on the proposal of the Center for antiwar activity in the realization of rock bands – Ekatarina Velika, Elektricni Orgazam and Partibrejkersi in the spring of 1992. In street actions and protests (in an open truck) they circled the streets of Belgrade protesting against the war. The anti-war protest “Rimtutuitki” is marked with the song “Listen!” With the key verse “Peace, Brother, Peace”, whose Single was released by Radio B92 in about 2000 copies, with the agreement that it should not be found in any kind of sales.
The permanent exhibition represents historical periods from prehistory to 2006. The disintegration of Yugoslavia and the role of Montenegro, is presented mainly through photographs and other visual sources with accompanying text, suitable for the student population.
Availability: Novice Cerovića, Cetinje
Language: Montenegrin, English
The memories of ordinary people of the Peace Movement and of the Peace Concert held in July 1991 in the Zetra Hall in Sarajevo. Today, 25 years later, how do they look at the movement and events that preceded the breakup of the country? A total of 38 short videos about the views of ordinary people who resisted the war and the collapse of the country. The author tries to tell the story of how the war nevertheless happened, although so many people were against it. Also expressed is a tendency not to forget the Jutel Peace Concert, which was the culmination of the peace movement.
Language: Croatian, Serbian, German