Anti-Freemason Exhibition

Anti-Freemason Exhibition

Anti-Freemason Exhibition

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Grand Anti-Masonic Exhibition () was exhibition which were organized German occupation forces with technical support Serbian Quisling prime minister Milan Nedić in Belgrade in the Temple of closed the Grand Lodge of Kingdom of Yugoslavia of October 22, 1941 to January 19, 1942 during the Serbian uprising in World War II.

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Serbian freemasons are were against all totalitarianism and dictatorship. This is especially emphasized in the time when the Masonic Lodge banned in Germany and in Austria (after the Anschluss). Then a large number of Masons from these countries, as well as from Italy and Bulgaria, was accepted and cared for in Kingdom of Yugoslavia. With approaching world war, in 1938, the Freemasons from England and the United States undertook a series of measures that would provide over Freemasonry anti-Nazi resistance in the countries that were in the way of expansion of the Third Reich.

The installation of the Duke of Kent for GM UGL of England (July 1939), as representative of the Yugoslav GL is went Stanoje Mihajlović. Mihajlović has had discussions with senior representatives of British Freemasonry on various issues. He is asked that a established an English Lodge in Belgrade, to which he received an affirmative answer. At the end of the 1939th was established an English Lodge in Belgrade, since the beginning of the 1940th the some number of Masons from various lodges received permission to join a newly created Lodge. These are did Stanoje...
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