Slobodan Milosevic was born in 1941 in the middle of WW2 when the Nazi’s and their collaborators were committing many atrocities on different ethnic groups. Milosevic was considered a reclusive child who received good grades and was also considered a well behave student by his teachers . When he was in law school he befriended Ivan Stambolic who would later help Slobodan in his political career. Stambolic appointed Milosevic to a number of political offices for example, In 1986 Milosevic became Serbia’s communist party leader where he would stay until 1989 when Milosevic ousted his fri...
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