Rade Ristanović, RESISTANCE IN BELGRADE 1941
The author of this work strives to sublimate and analyze the forms of resistance of the inhabitants of Belgrade directed against the occupation regime in 1941. The first line of analysis points to the organizational structure and personnel of the Ravna Gora and communist resistance movements in this city. Since July of 1941, the Belgrade Communists had been tasked with carrying out large-scale armed actions in order to raise an open uprising in the city. By analyzing and quantifying sabotage and other actions of this nature, we have tried to determine to what extent the organization of this resistance movement in Belgrade succeeded in implementing the said strategy. Special attention is paid to assassinations, which had become the only form of resistance from the autumn onward. In addition to the organized resistance, this research also focuses on civilian, i.e., unarmed, resistance. In this regard, we have singled out examples of the rescue of Jews and the collection and dissemination of prohibited information. This paper is based on archive sources and relevant literature.