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I have two very rare Chetnik daggers and a hand-carved Chetnik tobacco snuffbox, a snuffbox and one dagger were owned by the commander of the second battalion of the First Ljubostinja Brigade, the commander's name is Milan Radivojevic Crni, the other dagger is unknown who wore it. I am interested in your opinion on the value of these artifacts , On the snuffbox on the inside there is a picture and the signature of the commander, on the back of the snuffbox the 2nd battalion of the First Ljubostin Brigade is hand-engraved, the name and surname are also hand-engraved on the dagger from the commander . Milan Radivojević Crni was born in Grabovac near Trstenik in 1909. He died in 1994, his grandchildren submitted a request for rehabilitation and he was rehabilitated in 2016.


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https://www.novosti.rs/vesti/naslovna/drustvo/aktuelno.290.html:623540-REHABILITOVAN-CETNICKI-KOMANDANT-Deca-Crnog-docekala-pravdu       - My brother from aunt Hadži Miloš Stefanović submitted a request for rehabilitation on behalf of the whole family on June 3, 2014, and after two years that request was adopted - Milan's grandson Dragan Radivojević, who still lives in the family house, testified for "Novosti" in Grabovac. - My grandfather, whose nickname was Black, was arrested in 1945. He did not resist arrest, he was caught on the bridge while smoking. Radivojevic was accused of allegedly forcibly mobilizing people to fight NOB participants, and the minutes of the interrogation and the final impression, as stated in the verdict, show that, among other things, he admitted that he had beaten many people. and women. - They wrote that he admitted guilt, and there were people ready to testify in his favor - Radivojevic's grandson Dragan tells us. - In Kruševac, he was initially sentenced to death, then to 18 years, then to eight years, and, finally, to two years and eight months.

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